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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Get Dreamango

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A Rift in Time DLC offers multiple new biomes from which players can get new ingredient items used to prepare new food recipes. Dreamango is one of the new fruits introduced with A Rift in Time expansion of Disney Dreamlight Valley. Players can consume Dreamango to regenerate energy or use other ingredients to make a meal at a cooking station.

In this guide, we’ll go over how to get Dreamango in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

How to Get Dreamango in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Dreamango is obtained from harvesting the Dreamango Trees found in the Wild Tangle biome of Eternity Isle. Eternity Isle is a New World exclusive for the A Rift in Time expansion, meaning players will first have to buy the A Rift in Time expansion to get the Dreamangoes.

Once players have access to the Eternity Isle, they need to progress in the main Expansion Quests to repair the bridge during The Sands in Hourglass quest for Jafar. It will allow players to go to the starting area of Wild Tangle and unlock its further areas that have Dreamango trees using Mist.

The Wild Tangle biome is located on the east side of Eternity Isle and the following areas have Dreamango Trees.

  • The Grove – Unlocked by using 4,000 Mist
  • The Lagoon – Unlocked by using 10,000 Mist

Harvesting the Dreamango Trees will give 2x Dreamango each and it will take 50 minutes for the Dreamangoes to regrow on the trees. Every area of The Wild Tangle has several trees so you will be able to farm Dreamangoes easily if you have access to all of the areas. Dreamangoes can also be sold at Goofy’s Stalls both in Eternity Isle and Dreamlight Valley for 50 Star Coins.

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