A geocache hidden on a small French island off of Africa reveals breathtaking sunrises and a volcano that still roars to life. The location Réunion is popular with French, German, Czech and English visitors.
“La Réunion the First” (GCQJFP) was hidden in 2005. The sturdy cache container is well suited for the environment. It can be found near the lunar-like landscape of a lava field.
The small island of Réunion mirrors the climate of the United States islands of Hawaii. Both have similar volcanic histories.
Réunion is also home to dozens of geocaches. An EarthCache is even located near “La Réunion the First.” Geocachers who log the traditional cache say, “”One of the most beautiful places in the world and for sure a place one should visit at least once during a life. I’ll never forget our vacation in La Reunion – we’ll be back :-)”
“La Réunion the First” has the most Favorite Points of any cache on the island. It was hidden by SwissSniper and is rated a difficulty two, terrain two. 150 geocachers logged smileys on the cache so far.
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