There are a lot of features for you to unlock while you play through Animal Crossing: New Horizons Happy Home Paradise and bugs are one of them. Once you know how to, you can enhance the yard of a client's home with a variety of insects and wildlife. We're going to show you how to add bugs to a vacation home.
How To Add Bugs to a Vacation Home
1. Find Nat
To be able to add bugs to vacation homes, you will need to have decorated the homes of 30 clients and completed the facilities that you have unlocked. Soon after you finish the 30th client, you should look at the beach outside Paradise Planning.
You should find that Nat, the old host of the bug-off event, is wandering up and down the beach. Had over to him and talk to him. Once you do, you should be transported to the school where Nat will give you a thorough lesson on bugs and insects. After the lesson has ended, you will be able to add bugs to vacation homes.
If the event (no spoilers here, if you have unlocked it then you will know what it is) is happening on your island, then you will need to wait until the next day to find Nat.
2. How To Add Bugs to a Vacation Home
To add bugs to a vacation home, you will need to catch them on your own home island and put them into your pockets. Any bugs that you have caught that are in your pockets can be released into a vacation home. All you need to do when you are in your chosen vacation home is press X to open your pockets and highlight your chosen bug. Once the bug has been highlighted, click on it and select "release in yard" to release it.
Each vacation home can only have 12 bugs added to it and you cannot add any dangerous ones such as Wasps or Tarantulas.
Adding bugs to a vacation home can make your designs feel more natural in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Happy Home Paradise. If you want to have even more design options then you should take a look at our guide on how to build two-story homes. We have a guide that shows you how to unlock soundscapes and they can completely alter the atmosphere of a facility or home.