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Ga-Koro was the home village of the Ga-Matoran on Mata Nui. It was led by Turaga Nokama and protected by Toa Gali. It floated atop the waters off the northeastern coast of Mata Nui.[1] Seaweed and lily pads in Naho Bay provided a foundation for the village to float upon.[2] Whirlpools and strong currents made the village a dangerous place for outsiders to visit.[1]


Gali, Toa of Water, lived beside Lake Naho and the nearby islands and streams. She and her people were equally at home in the water or out of it.[3]

Ga-Koro's Toa was Gali Nuva, its Turaga was Nokama, and its villagers were the Ga-Matoran. If one climbed the white cliffs above Gali's bay, one would see the village of Ga-Koro far below, floating in the waters off the north-eastern tip of Mata Nui. Ga-Koro was built out of seaweed. It was home to the brave Ga-Matoran. All of the Ga-Matoran were female, like their protector, Gali. Although Takua visited Ga-Koro, Ga-Koro saw few travelers. The whirlpools and strong currents that surrounded the village were enough to keep most others away.[4]

Ga-Koro was built on top of large lily pads.[5]

Floating atop the waters off the northeastern coast of Mata Nui, Ga-Koro was the village of Water and home to the Ga-Matoran. Travel to and from the main island was by canoe, but whirlpools and strong currents made it a dangerous trip. The dwelling places of the Matoran were made out of seaweed. The village was largely rebuilt and redesigned following a Bohrok attack.[6]