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.



  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!


    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.


    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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