Mario Kart Tour - Which Courses Have Bamboo? 1.5 Year Anniversary

Where are the Mario Kart Tour bamboo maps?

By Peter Hunt Szpytek

March 31, 2021

Mario Kart Tour is the mobile solution Nintendo created to scratch that Mario Kart itch that we all get from time to time.

The 1.5 Year Anniversary event for Mario Kart Tour is here which means a whole lot of brand new challenges for players to complete on all sorts of different maps.

Among the ten new challenges, three of them that went up today ask Mario Kart Tour players to race on maps with bamboo. If you’re scratching your head wondering about them, wonder no longer.

Here’s everything you need to know about Mario Kart bamboo levels.

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There are currently three challenges that ask players to race on maps with bamboo:

  • Get 1st place a total of 5 times on a course with bamboo
  • Activate Frenzy mode 3 times on a course with bamboo
  • Do 20 Jump Boosts on a course with bamboo

None of these challenges seem too hard so now it’s time to head to a course with bamboo.

Now that the Ninja Tour is officially in full swing as of today, April 7, you can race on the Ninja Hideaway course to complete these challenges. Racing on all three versions of the course (regular, T, and R) will all count for the challenges.

Make sure you get on the course to complete the challenges soon as the 1.5 Year Anniversary event ends soon on April 21.

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Make sure to check back here for updates on more bamboo courses if they’re added to the game.

For any and all things Mario Kart and Mario Kart Tour, remember to stick right here with DualShockers.

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Peter Hunt Szpytek

Peter is from Chicago. He's played more JRPG's than he can count despite being not totally great at them and you can usually find him on the weekends dropping hot in Apex Legends. When not holding a controller, he's at the gym trying to get in shape for his next cosplay.

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