Geocaching HQ staff attend dozens of Mega and Giga-Events around the world, shaking hands, sharing stories of adventure, and of course, geocaching. WatermanHQ and Prying Pandora recently attended the GeoNord is a Great Adventure Mega-Event (GC80000) in France. Here’s their trip summary. Continue reading →
Elales is an experienced geocacher from Kraków, Poland. If you’ve spent time in the Kraków area, you may have found one of the 75 caches she’s hidden or attended one of the Events she’s hosted. She’s known for her unique hiding style and intriguing hiding locations, like Massolit and MNK – Kamienica Szołayskich [PL/EN].
Learn about this prolific cacher, including her geocaching origin story, some of her favorite caches, cache maintenance tips, and more:
2022 is the Year of the Hide, and we’ve spent the year sharing tips, checklists, and examples to prepare prospective cache owners to hide amazing geocaches in their neighborhoods! But what does being a cache owner really look like?
Being a cache owner doesn’t just stop with cache publication or maintenance. There’s so much more to experience, that we wanted to share just a few joys that you might experience as a cache owner!
Read on to discover the rewards you can reap from your cache hides: Continue reading →
Seeing the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is high on the list of popular activities in Cape Town, South Africa. With its treetop canopy boardwalk, impressive amount of indigenous plants and wildlife, and proximity to Table Mountain, it’s no wonder so many people pass through it. However, with so much to see, a trip to Kirstenbosch can easily become overwhelming. Lucky for us, we have the Kirstenbosch Meander Adventure to act as a tour guide, making sure we see all the best spots in the garden. Continue reading →
Our goal of setting a record for the most explorers caching on the same day is a lofty one, but we’ve got a couple of superpowers up our sleeve: the power of the global geocaching community, and the power of friendship! We feel pretty good about our chances. Read on for ways to come together with friends and community on International Geocaching Day, August 20, to help make history. Continue reading →