Geocaching - the modern treasure hunt
What is geocaching anyway?
Geocaching can best be described as "modern treasure hunting". The idea is that so-called "caches" (which stands for treasure) are provided with geocoordinates which can then be searched for using a GPS device or a special app. At the position of these caches, which are usually very well hidden, there are containers (large or small), in which a logbook is inside, in which the name and date of the find is signed. The position of the caches are published on the internet. This video explains how it works. On the special Tannberg page you can find more information about it.
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