Minecraft Jungle Temple Seeds

Each Minecraft Jungle Temple Seed listed below has a jungle temple at or near the game’s spawn point.

Village, Jungle Temple – 1.10.X

When you spawn on this seed, you’ll be in the middle of a forest, but in front of you is a set of extreme hills with snow on them and behind you is the jungle. To your right, if you walk beside the jungle, you’ll come to the village with a blacksmith. That’s the best place to start on this seed.

Forests [Mega Taiga, Jungle, Village] – 1.10.X Seed

This seed is all about forests with one plains village thrown in. When you spawn, you’ll be in the middle of a regular forest, but there are also taiga, mega taiga, and a jungle nearby. Not only can you get a variation of wood to build with, but this seed also has a blacksmith and jungle temple to get you a few other items.

King of the Jungle – 1.10.X Seed

This seed is almost all jungle. I’m sure if you travel far enough you can find another biome, but this jungle biome is very large. So if you are easily claustrophobic in dense forests or get lost in terrain that all looks alike, this may not be the seed for you. However, if you enjoy feeling like Tarzan by thriving in the jungle and exploring a dangerous jungle temple, this could be a seed you enjoy.

Hills Ravine and the Jungle Temple – Minecraft 1.9.X Seed

This seed contains two features worth mentioning. First, the extreme hills contain a ravine with a couple lava falls. Second, the jungle contains a jungle temple with some valuable loot. (If you can survive long enough to retrieve it.) Thanks to these two features, this map is full of challenge for the adventurer that wants to try it.

Spawn Beside Jungle Temple

This Minecraft jungle seed spawns you deep in a thick jungle. It’s difficult to see precisely where you are (and where the temple is). But, if you dig down to the ground level, climb up (or fly if you’re in creative mode) you’ll notice that straight to the south you’ll see a structure made of cobblestone and moss stone – a jungle temple. You can’t miss it – it’s only a minute or two to walk to it.