The Haara region is a region in the Pokémon world. It branched off from the rest of earth and the Pokémon that inhabit Haara are diverse and different from those seen in other locations.
Though all the islands share the same, essential feature of forests and plains, a lot of their geography is unique.
Corcunda is the largest and longest of the three islands. The western side consists mainly of forests and beaches, up to the strange land protrusion, where the habitats become more diverse. The protrusion itself is rocky, and the areas near the edge are often wet and there is a high chance of slipping and injuring yourself.
The middle area of Corcunda is mainly grassy plains and hills. Lakes dot this landscape, and often even forest animals venture out for a drink.
Near the eastern end, the land rises, and on either side is a sheer cliff about 200 metres high, and at the foot of these cliffs are a maze of sharp rocks. Falling off leads to certain death. There is no natural barrier between the cliffs and the section of land, and the cliff edges are constantly falling away, so up there, all animals have to be careful.
Sormi is smaller than Corcunda, though as thick as Corcunda in some places. The eastern end, the thickest, is mainly forest, though there is the occasional hill. At the north-eastern beach there is a stone causeway sticking out some distance.
West of the forest, there are a few grassy plains, before the land becomes hot and sandy. The deserts end in a low-lying area of stony ground, which rises again soon afterwards. The lowered part is flooded every high tide, so this isolates the end of the land from the rest of Sormi. Luckily, this does not last long.
Kayra is the smallest of the three islands. It is forested at the coast, though a large majority of its landmass is prairie. On the eastern side are some cliffs rising about 140 metres above sea level. Anyone falling off is dashed to pieces on the tall, needle-sharp rocks waiting at the foot of the cliffs. These cliffs are less vulnerable to erosion than those on Corcunda.
The Mezera Sea is the body of water that separates the three islands. It is inhabited by predators every bit as deadly as those on land. Only these predators have prevented each island's ecosystem from reaching that of another.
Lots of small islands dot the Mezera Sea, though these are too small to hold an ecosystem and are mainly used as resting points for animals that dare swim in the waters.
The Haara region is based on Galápagos Islands.