New country souvenir, Cabo Verde, with Geocache of the Week: Pico Grande – Ilha do Fogo

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GC6B8GE
by Twi’lekBug
Difficulty:
3
Terrain:
4.5
Location:
Cabo Verde
N 14° 56.963 W 024° 20.415

Today, we released a new country/regional souvenir for Cabo Verde. If you have found a geocache in Cabo Verde, you automatically receive the souvenir on your profile.

Cabo Verde is a remote archipelago that lies to the east of West Africa in the Atlantic Ocean. The ten islands are home to an awe-inspiring blend of environments. The country features towering volcanoes, deep canyons, rippling sand dunes, forested mountains, golden beaches, and dry salt flats. The music is just as enchanting as its natural attractions. Cabo Verde is famous for Morna, its national music that beautifully incorporates dance, voice, and poetry.

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New country souvenir, Jamaica, with Geocache of the Week: Oyster Bay Jamaica!

EarthCache
GC5KZW6
by Team Mollymap
Difficulty:
2.5
Terrain:
2
Location:
Jamaica
N 18° 29.326 W 077° 38.964

Today, we released a new country/regional souvenir for Jamaica. If you have found a geocache in Jamaica, you automatically receive the souvenir on your profile.

Jamaica, an island located in the Caribbean Sea, delights all five of the senses. Reggae, folk, and dancehall music provide an unforgettable soundtrack as the smell of spices and taste of fresh tropical fruits highlight Jamaica’s incredible musical and culinary traditions. The warm blue waters and famous beaches contrast with the Blue Mountains to the east. From the distance, a blue haze lingers over these mountains well-known for the coffee beans that grow there and the highest peak in Jamaica, Blue Mountain Peak.

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New country souvenir, Gibraltar, with Geocache of the Week: St. Michael’s Cave

EarthCache
GC1C0B7
by ajsa & golfinha
Difficulty:
1
Terrain:
2.5
Location:
Gibraltar
N 36° 07.575 W 005° 20.731

Today, we released a new country/regional souvenir for Gibraltar. If you have found a geocache in Gibraltar, you automatically receive the souvenir on your profile.

Gibraltar sits at the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula where Europe and Africa are separated by the Strait of Gibraltar, one of the busiest shipping routes in the world. The people of Gibraltar speak English, Spanish, and a mix of several languages known as Llanito, often switching languages mid-sentence. Visitors to Gibraltar are delighted by the opportunity to interact with the mischievous Barbary macaque, Europe’s only wild monkey.

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