In the beautiful Champagne wine region east of Paris is the most ‘fin’tastic Multi-Cache. This two-stage Multi-Cache is for fish and wine lovers alike. So, roll up your sleeves and channel your inner fisherman with this Geocache of the Week, Les poissons rouges de Damery (GCA6GYD).
When we think of geocaching, we think of the real-world treasure hunt where caches are found everywhere! But would you press play on this on-screen geocaching adventure?
With our Geocache of the Week, GeoAventure #2 : Level up ! (GC7KCY7), players can experience just that with an interactive geocaching video game!
In need of some medieval magic? Welcome to Mont Saint-Michel, a rocky French island seemingly plucked from the heavens and placed in the Norman countryside.
Strap on your hefty boots, we’re in a race against the sea to find one of France’s oldest and most-Favorited geocaches: A l’ombre de la merveille (GC1C1A).Continue reading →
So you’ve heard of the standard daytime caching, but have you heard of extreme nighttime caching? Prepare yourself for a never-before-seen adventure through the forgotten walls of a 19th-century French fortress. Dark twists and turns await you at every mysterious corner in this daring Letterbox Hybrid! This Geocache of the Week is for those who like to play in the dark and are up for one intense challenge; welcome to Extrem4 -” Stonerose” – Nachtcache (GCTWJ1).Continue reading →
Sometimes we start amazing journeys without realizing it until after the fact. That’s exactly what happened to Arnokovic, a community volunteer translator and prolific geocache hider hailing from the north of France, when he found his first cache with a coworker back in 2009.
Since then, he has found over 50,000 caches and has hidden 168 of his own, including GC5552H (Eiffel Power, France’s most-Favorited geocache of all time). We sat down with Arnokovic himself to discuss his experiences geocaching, what it’s like to serve as a volunteer translator, and the various ways in which geocaching has come to impact his life.