Do you need permission to place a geocache?
You must have permission to place a geocache on both private and public property. This is a requirement of the listing site and also the law – you can’t just drop a geocache on a farmer’s land and expect anyone to be happy.
Is geocaching still a thing 2021?
Whether you’re a seasoned geocacher or you’re new to the activity, you’ll be happy to know that, yep, geocaching is still a thing. According to the folks at the official Geocaching headquarters, there are more than 3 million active geocaches located around the world.
Do you need permission to hide a geocache?
Get permission By submitting a cache page, you agree that you have all necessary permissions from the landowner or land manager to hide your geocache at that location. As the cache owner, you are responsible for determining who to contact to get permission.
Can you take items from a geocache?
While some caches host trackables or unique SWAG items, some geocaches aren’t so lucky. The etiquette around geocaching SWAG is simple. If you take something, leave something behind of equal or greater value.
What are the rules of geocaching?
Geocaches should never be buried or placed in a location that might cause unnecessary concern. Don’t place items such as food, explosives, knives, drugs or alcohol in a geocache. Geocache contents should be family friendly. Respect local laws and obey posted signs.
Where is geocaching most popular?
Brazil’s APE cache? Not even close. The most logged geocache in the entire world is, Prague bridges 1 Karluv most in Prague, Czech Republic!
What can I use for geocache swag?
– 10 Small Compasses.
– 9 Trading Stones.
– 8 Keychains.
– 7 Kid’s Meal Toys.
– 6 Disposable Rain Ponchos.
– 5 Jewelry.
– 4 Coins.
– 3 Toy Soldiers.