The plane that carries Akira Sengoku and his fellow students and teachers from Guam to Japan. It safely landed on the island with the skill from the pilot Masaru Tsuchiya. The plane was destroyed when Akira had no choice but to burn the plane in order to save his friends.
The lake where Akira's Group and Kazuma Saji's Group were trying to cross over in search for help, mistaking the lake for an ocean. It was only revealed towards the conclusion of the volume that the "ocean" is but a lake connected to the real ocean.
Akira's Group encouter many caves throughout the jungle. Mostly are unoccupied, either by humans or natural inhabitants. They frequently use caves as a temporary means of shelter.
Under the island is a Limestone Cavern that go miles deep. It is unknown how deep it is. Akira's Group encounters extinct cave dwellers here.
Throughout the journey of Akira's Group, they make pitstop at the river to recover and rest. It could also use to get away from the extinct animals.
After wandering endlessly in the jungle a group decided to make a permanent camp. A School Camp for them to take refuge from the animals and beacon for other survivors to join them. Akira's Group eventually finds and joins them.
A rocky cliff formation is in close proximity to the School Camp . Dire Dirus inhabit this formation. The location is very perilious. Due to the nature of the ground, a fall could be fatal.
The mountain is a 2-3 days journey from School Camp. It was later revealed by Kouichi Yarai to be manmade, due to the numerous minerals one could find on it, which is an unnatural phenomenom.
After leaving the mountain, Akira's Group encounters a primitive jungle. However, this location is an ideal location for Gigantopithecus. Unaware of their existance, the group follows markers supposedly left by Makoto Morita.
Bottomless swamps, claimed most of Mami's Group, who encountered it the most.