Have you ever selected a perfect geocache to find, navigated to it, searched high and low with no luck in finding it? The questions start to boil over; is it even here, why is the hint so vague, can’t anyone post a picture which offers a clue? We know this feeling all too well. The classic DNF (Did Not Find).
Recently, 13 sightings of magical creatures and otherworldly beings have been reported. Embark on a global adventure to try to witness these mythical creatures in their unique habitats. From June 27 through July 25, earn up to 13 mythical creature souvenirs by finding geocaches and attending events. Continue reading →
You can travel nearly anywhere in the world and maybe even to space—without ever leaving your neighborhood: Just release a geocaching trackable and watch it move!
A trackable is a geocaching game piece that travels from geocache to geocache. By sending a trackable off on a mission, you can see the world through other geocachers’ logs and photos!
A major milestone like 3 million geocaches is the perfect excuse to make an infographic. Who doesn’t love infographics?!
In all seriousness, this achievement is thanks to efforts by people all around the world. Collectively, they contributed millions of hours of time — time spent researching hiding spots, making containers, reviewing caches, hosting events, cleaning up the environment, and more. The result is more than 3 million geocaches. It’s 3 million experiences as interesting and varied as the people who created them!
Here’s a look inside 3 million geocaches:
Way to go, geocachers! As of now, there are officially 3 million active geocaches hidden on Planet Earth.*
This is a big moment in geocaching history. What’s even more amazing is that it happened because of a collective effort by millions of people. They speak different languages and live in different countries, but all share one thing in common: geocaching.