Ajakaí dos Guaranis
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This cache is located near a reservation of an indigenous Guarani tribe of Parana. Lots of beautiful pastures and dirt roads.
The name for this cache was chosen by the reservation tribal counsel. While the cache is in a glass jar, Ajakaí most closely resembled the concept of a cache. The word Ajakaí is Guarani for basket.
While you can get to this cache by car, it would be more interesting to attempt by horseback. The horseback trail will take approximately 2 hours to get to the target. Please be advised that the cache is located in the tribal reservation and respect should be paid to the locals. Please refrain from taking pictures unless permission has been sought from the tribe members. The Cacique and the Tribal Counsel are aware of the Geocache and look for this cache as an opportunity to meet new people. The
tribe supports itself theough the sale of arts and crafts that are of religious, cultural and historical nature..
This cache is located of the 277 in Piraquara. Just before the pedagio.. The entrance to the dirt roads are near the bill board sign for the Fazenda das Araucarias.
Coordinates to entrance off Interstate 277:
Coordinates to get horses:
Coordinates to dirt road waypoint near reservation:
The permission from the chief and tribal counsel was obtained prior to the planting of the cache. The tribe see the cache as a way to interact with the world outside their village.
Ybbx arne gur fgbarf bss gur cngu.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum