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Here are the top 10 Geocaching locations around the world

Seattle, Washington, USA: Home to Geocaching HQ, Seattle has a high concentration of geocaches and hosts many geocaching events. It’s also home to the original geocache, placed in 2000.

Prague, Czech Republic: Known for its beautiful architecture and history, Prague offers a variety of urban geocaches. The city is also home to several puzzle caches that require you to solve a riddle or puzzle to find the coordinates of the actual cache.

Geocaching Giga-Event, Germany: Germany hosts a Giga-Event annually, where over 10,000 geocachers from around the world gather. Germany also boasts a large number of geocaches scattered throughout the country.

Sydney, Australia: Sydney is a great city for geocaching, with hundreds of caches hidden throughout its parks, coastline, and urban areas.

Geocache “Geocaching HQ” in Seattle, Washington, USA: This is a unique geocache that’s actually located in the lobby of the Geocaching Headquarters.

Yosemite National Park, California, USA: Yosemite is one of the most beautiful places in the world, and it’s even more fun to explore when you’re geocaching.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: This city provides a unique geocaching experience with urban, forest, and beach caches, including some near the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue.

Cape Town, South Africa: This area offers a wide variety of cache types and difficulties, from urban finds to mountain hikes.

Iceland: Known for its stunning landscapes, geocaching in Iceland allows you to explore waterfalls, geysers, volcanoes, and more.

New Zealand: With its diverse landscapes, geocaching can take you from the beaches to the mountains, exploring the beauty of both the North and South Islands