Oh, there are plenty of T5/D5 caches about,but few quite of this calibre.If you are up for a challenge then look no further, but ONLY if you are brave enough. Be warned that the software limits me to only fifteen attributes; I couldn’t fit them all in so I will endeavour to give you a flavour of what awaits.
Firstly, you attempt this cache at your own risk. It is *NOT* for the faint-hearted, elderly, children or pregnant.If you suffer with a heart condition, asthma, a nervous disposition, eczema,impetigo, hives, or any malady come to that then you should consult your doctor before setting out on the lengthy hunt for this cache. And you should steel yourself that your doctor may well advise against such an arduous adventure.
Combat survival skills are a must. Previous military experience or a career in the marines would be advantageous... realstically you won't get anywhere near this cache without such skills. And go as part of a team... lone cachers will just fall like flies.
Equipment needed: we're not talking standard caching equipment here. A motorised dingy, ropes, hard hats, torches, machetes, rescue flares and materials to build an emergency shelter should the weather turn (which it may well do).
I would advise having at least three days worth of food and water in your pack; remember, most bugs and insects are edible but not all plants are.
Also you should be aware that you may need to carry out extreme self first aid in this remote location. As well as the risks from the sheer cliffs you will have to scale, the wildlife can be problematical. Whilst tigers aren't (usually) a problem, wolves, bears and pythons often are. Tarantulas and scorrpions abound, and the rivers you will need to traverse are infested with pirahna.
Once you are finally at GZ be prepared for a search. The cunning disguise will fool all but the most eagle-eyed.
Good luck... I hope you come back alive and unscathed to tell your tale. Be sure to give an honest and factual account of your experiences when you have recovered enough to be able to write your log.