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This cache is next to the parking area of the Tygerberg Nature Reserve. It can therefore be used as a warm-up exercise for the caches at the Tygerberg or just as a quick roadside cache, if you can find it quickly.
You can basically park next to the cache and locate/spot the cache container.
It is not necessary to climb over fences, enter the nature reserve or any other activity, which might attract muggles.
Please bring your own pen.
This container disappeared for the second time in 4 months (April 2011) and we were thinking of archiving the cache. But the other option was to use the container for a cache inside the reserve and continue with this cache by means of a container which is similar but easier to make in case it gets stolen again. If someone likes our containers so much that he cannot stop himself taking them away, then we will, in future, take it as a compliment and keep supplying him or her with containers!
I was wondering if I should archive the cache in 2015, 5 years ago this type of container was cool and exiting but since then many cachers have improved on this container type, however, I decided that a cache is a cache and as long as a fellow cacher has fun then it has a right to exist.
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Last Updated: on 5/1/2018 3:30:18 AM Pacific Daylight Time (10:30 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum