Nouveau souvenir Géocaching de pays / région pour la Réunion

Aujourd’hui nous vous annonçons un nouveau souvenir régional pour la Réunion. Si vous avez déjà trouvé une géocache à la Réunion, vous recevrez automatiquement le souvenir sur votre profil.

La Réunion est une île isolée de l’Océan Indien, à des centaines de kilomètres du continent le plus proche. Son isolement en fait une escapade idéale pour les visiteurs qui découvriront une culture tissée par la multitude de ses habitants. Les récifs coralliens, les forêts et les volcans abritent une grande variété d’espèces dont certaines sont endémiques et ne peuvent être trouvées nulle part ailleurs dans le monde. Que vous préfériez lacer vos chaussures de randonnée, enfiler une combinaison de plongée ou vous allonger sur la plage, vous ne serez jamais bien loin d’une géocache.

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New country souvenir, Réunion , with Geocache of the Week: LA PITON DE LA FOURNAISE

EarthCache
GC1RNRX
by broiler
Difficulty:
2
Terrain:
3
Location:
Réunion
S 21° 13.520′ E 055° 41.078′

Today, we released a new country/regional souvenir for Réunion. If you have found a geocache in Réunion, you automatically receive the souvenir on your profile.

Réunion is a secluded island in the Indian Ocean hundreds of kilometers away from the next landmass. Its remote atmosphere creates a tranquil escape for its visitors, and it is woven into the culture of those who live there. The coral reefs, forests, and volcanoes boast a lively array of species some of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Whether you want to lace up your hiking boots, strap on scuba gear, or lay out on the beach there’s never a geocache too far away. 

Image by Les Betty P 
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Geocache of the Week Flashback Edition: Lego – einer ist zuviel (GC13Y2Y)

Traditional
GC13Y2Y
by riechkolben
Difficulty:
2.5
Terrain:
1
Location:
Berlin, Germany
N 52° 30.568′ E 013° 22.362′

As we look back on twenty years of geocaching history, we are revisiting some of our favorite Geocache of the Week candidates from years past.

This week we’re looking back to February 2011 to a Geocache of the Week that is now a ‘piece’ of geocaching history. With a list of smileys longer than its neck and the most Favorite points of any geocache, Lego – einer ist zuviel stands tall atop the geocaching world. When we featured the geocache in 2011 it had just over 2,800 finds and 350 Favorite points. Nowadays GC13Y2Y boasts over 33,000 finds and has over 11,000 Favorite points.

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A Recap: Interviews with cache owners in 2019

In 2019, we interviewed several creative cache owners to learn their secrets, seek their advice, and take a peek at their most beloved caches. We saw spy-like briefcases, intricate electrical wiring, 3D printed puzzle caches, a new take on CITO, and some of the most Favorited caches in the world. We’ve compiled them all with links to the original interviews for your viewing pleasure.

Who knows, there might be one near you!

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Cache and Release — Geocache of the Week

Mystery Cache
GC8HG04
by BrettandBekah
Difficulty:
4
Terrain:
2.5
Location:
Virginia
N 37° 30.842′ W 077° 28.859”

“Cache and Release” (GC8HG04) is a dynamic D4/T2.5 Mystery Cache with many fun layers. Published just outside of Richmond, Virginia, this Geocache of the Week will surprise and delight any cacher who stumbles upon it. We were lucky enough to receive permission from geocache owners BrettandBekah to share the cache experience, and see the stages first-hand from the creators themselves. Of course, if you ever find it, you’ll still have to figure it out on your own. 

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