Geocaching – a high-tech treasure hunt game

I love treasure hunts, I get a different high and a sense of accomplishment whenever I’m Easter egg hunting. Whenever I play games in my computer, it’s some sort of a hunt or a puzzle game. So when I came across geocaching and that it’s a high-tech treasure hunt game, I immediately googled if there’s geocaching in the Philippines. There were some but not that popular unlike in other countries.

Since geocaching is high-tech, I need a GPS to play. Our officemate has a Garmin that he uses in running, he said the source has geocaching outdoor gadgets that I can check out.

So what will you get from geocaching? Just like treasure hunting, you will look for a geocache, a geocache is like a treasure box that may be filled with toys, coins or any knick-knacks that another geocacher placed. It’s one great outdoor activity, and the best thing is that you can play anywhere in the world and interact with other players.

 

Comments

  1. Hi! I know it’s been a year since you published this post, but I was wondering how geocaching in the Philippines went for you? I recently became interested in this game and wanted to try it out but I can’t find websites like hte ones in other countries that posts clues/coordinates. Thanks!

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    Badet Reply:

    Hi Sam,

    Sorry but I haven’t gotten the chance to try geocaching yet. I don’t know if there are groups/players here in the Philippines.

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    Samantha Reply:

    Hi Sam! My name is also Sam.. and I am also doing my research on Geocaching. Have you actually tried to go on a hunt?

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