Geocaching has become immensely popular in recent years. As a new form of treasure hunting, geocaching can be played in any location around the world. Instead of finding a map in a dusty old bottle tossed to sea just pull out your GPS tracking device and start searching!
The geocaching treasure is called the "cache" and is usually a small waterproof container that holds a logbook and on occasion a small treasure. The finder of the treasure may take the treasure, but it must be replaced with a new trinket. Geocachers can go online to geocaching dedicated websites to find new treasure locations and participate in large scavenger-hunt types of geocaching games.
Using a GPS tracking device to find the exact longitude and latitude of the treasure as specified on a website, geocahers then search high and low to find the little piece of treasure their GPS tracker has led them to. Geocaching adventurers may then find themselves climbing meters up a tree or diving into the depths of unknown waters to retrieve their cache.
The best GPS tracking device for geocaching is one that is handheld, waterproof and easily put away in a pocket while you embark on adventure. Your GPS tracker is your treasure map to find the hidden destination of your treasures. Many cache locations can be found online for free, the only thing you need to get started geocaching is a GPS tracking device.
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