GeoTour Azores (GT6F)

There isn’t a more explosive GeoTour on our planet than GeoTour Azores. Located roughly 850 miles west of mainland Europe, the Azores consists of 9 volcanic islands with a whopping 150 geocaches scattered across the lush, mountainous islands. The exotic nature of this group of islands has a global appeal and is part of a larger group of Atlantic Ocean islands called Macaronesia, or “fortunate islands,” because those who visit or live there are considered to be fortunate to see the beauty of the Azores.

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Spain’s Treasure of the Temple Knights GeoTour (GT8C)

Geocache your way to find the “Treasure of the Temple Knights” (El Tesoro de los Templarios) in the Saja and Nansa valleys of Cantabria, Spain! Launching September 2018, Spain’s very first GeoTour (GT8C) will have 148 geocaches along the Iberian peninsula hidden in tribute to the 148 treasures placed by the Order of the Temple Knights. This may be the earliest reference to history’s first geocachers! Visitors will enjoy countryside tourism and a thrilling array of responsible adventure sports over the valleys’ 1,000 km² (386 mi²) of mountain ranges, national parks, and coastal scenery.

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WBGT 01: Historic Frisby House, GC53BAT

Wisconsin’s West Bend Four Seasons GeoTour (GT40)

West Bend GeoTour
West Bend GeoTour

West Bend, Wisconsin, is the Geocaching Capital of the Midwest™ and ready to be discovered. Geocache your way through historic sites, parks, trails, museums, and more on the West Bend Four Seasons GeoTour. It’s named the Four Seasons GeoTour for good reason — all the caches are accessible year-round. So slather on the sunscreen or slip on snow boots and come cache with us!

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Houma Travel GeoTour (GT53)

Location:
Houma, Louisiana
Favorite Points:
678

The Houma Travel GeoTour (GT53) is Louisiana’s first and ONLY official GeoTour (so far!) and takes geocachers on a journey to 55 geocaches with unique culture, delicious Cajun cuisine, outdoor adventures, and amazing festivals, while enjoying the joie de vivre or ‘love for life’ that’s ingrained in every aspect of Louisiana culture.

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