In Forza Horizon 5, the Temple of Quechula is one of the hardest spots to find. Interestingly, it’s based on a real-life spot in Mexico, making its detail and scale even more impressive. It’s not the easiest place to track down in the expansive map either, so we’re here to help. Join us as we break down the Forza Horizon 5 Temple of Quechula location.
Where to Find the Temple of Quechula in Forza Horizon 5
In Forza Horizon 5, the Temple of Quechula is located in the southern part of the map. In fact, it’s located very near to the Sierra Verde Dam, which is clearly marked on the in-game map.
Once you’re by the Sierra Verde Dam, you’ll have to navigate slightly to find the temple. Head along the road heading north-east, and you’ll see a vast expanse of water with a structure on an island in the middle. This dam is impossible to miss, as it’s right by the dam, and you’ll be able to see it clearly on your mini-map as a body of water.
Of course, you can’t just drive across the water to reach the Temple of Quechula. In Forza Horizon 5, you can drive through puddles, but not James Bond-style, across the surface of water. As such, you’ll need to drive along the one stretch of earth that veers into the lake. You can go along that just fine, and reach the Temple of Quechula.
It’s a useful location to reach, too, as a lot of accolades are tied to the temple. It’s part of the Horizon Festival Mexico collection, and often is one of the few accolades you won’t simply bump into while traversing the terrain. Therefore, make sure you pop to the Temple of Quechula to complete that set!