Le-Wahi is covered in forest and jungle
Le-Wahi is located in the southern area of Mata Nui. The area consists mainly of swamp and lush jungle, and almost the entire ground level of Le-Wahi is taken up by the Fau Swamp. This is also the location of Toa Lewa 's Suva. Le-Wahi is bordered by Kanae Bay, which feeds into Lake Pala. Some of the trees grow to incredible sizes here.
- Le-Koro: The village of air, where the Le-Matoran lived. Currently, it is rebuilding some minor damage from an assault force sent by the Peers
- Aurora's home: A platform near, but not connected to Le-koro. The owner considers this not part of Koro, untill futher notice.
- The Fau Swamp: A marshy area that extended through most of the jungle floor
- Kanae Bay: A large bay in southern Le-Wahi. It was here that Toa Lewa's Toa Canister washed ashore.
- Nui-Rama Hive: As the former home to the Nui-Rama, the Hive was dangerously near Le-Koro, serving as a staging ground for attacks by tainted Rahi. It also hosted protodermis mines, presumably for Makuta. It was the "base" from which the Rama would attack the Le-Matoran. These mines were enforced by odd taskmasters: glowing Hoto bugs that would deliver a shock to misbehaving Matoran. The Hive was recently destroyed by a joint force of the various Koro's Militias led by the Island Liberation Squad.
- Lake Kanae: The largest lake in Le-Wahi; Le-Koro is situated on its bank.
- Lake Pala: A small lake in the northeast of the Wahi.
- Pala-Koro : A Small village built on the southern shore of the lake, where the ILF made their home. It suffered major damage at the hands of a large group of Makuta Followers, but has since been rebuilt.
- Kanae Island: An island, much smaller than Mata Nui, which sits very close to Le-Wahi's east coast
- Kumu Islets (Formerly)
- Ash Bear: Large bears that can be territorial
- Bog Snake: Dangerous serpents that lurk in the swamp
- Brakas: Annoyingly intelligent monkey-like creatures
- Gukko: Huge docile birds, often used as mounts for Le-Matoran
- Mata Nui Fishing Bird: Noisy and intelligent birds that dive for fish on the coast
- Muaka: Huge tiger-like Rahi
- Nui-Kopen: The larger cousins of the Nui-Rama
- Nui-Rama: Large flying insects; mostly eliminated after the destruction of their hive
- Pokawi: Small, bright, and flightless bird-like Rahi
- Shore Turtle: A large turtle that is found on the shores
- Ussal: Giant crabs
- Fikou: Spider-like Rahi