Set your sails for a location that captures the minds of many who seek adventure and chase the thrills that only the beauty of nature can provide. This edition of Geocache of the Week, Sailors’ Star (GCVDHN), drops anchor at a fabled landmark, the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa.Continue reading →
No one likes to wait for a party. However, due to continued uncertainties related to COVID-19, Geocaching HQ is planning to host the Geocaching 20th Anniversary Celebration sometime in July/August 2022. We will announce the new date as soon as possible.
We are very sorry for any inconvenience this postponement may cause. However, we feel this is the best path to welcoming the worldwide geocaching community to Seattle and the Pacific Northwest in a safe and responsible manner.Continue reading →
In early December as the Perseverance Rover reached the halfway point on its journey to Mars, we introduced a new twist to EarthCaching, Planetary Geology on Earth. These EarthCaches take visitors to geological features on Earth that also exist on other planets. Since then, EarthCaches in this series have been appearing all over the world!Continue reading →
Cache In Trash Out® (CITO) is an environmental initiative supported by the geocaching community. Since 2002, CITO has helped preserve the natural beauty of cache-friendly spaces. In that time, there have been more than 502,000 logged attendances at more than 26,000 events where geocachers helped improve the outdoors.Continue reading →
Each day, the lemon trees of Amalfi grow fruit upon a cliff and peer down on the cozy Italian town below. They see their home from a gorgeous angle, and they give shelter to a cache that brings curious geocachers to a one of a kind place. A geocache can spark inspiration, bring you to new heights, or provide a fabulous view, but today’s Geocache of the Week, Limoni d’ Amalfi, does all of these things!Continue reading →