GEOCACHING IN PARADISE
WHAT IS GEOCACHING?
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.
Explore the Real Fiji
EXPLORE THE SUNCOAST
Imagine… dramatic peaks, rolling hills, rushing waterfalls, traditional villages, colonial market towns, white sand beaches, scattered islands, turquoise seas, azure skies, endless summer…..
The land where pure Fiji Water is sourced, and Fiji Sugar grows. Where local people live traditional rural lives, yet within driving distance of the international airport. Geocaching Heaven
The hidden paradise of spectacular Savusavu. You have made an imaginative and rewarding step away from the predictable and into the heart of Fiji, and we will embrace you for it. Geocaching away from the well trodden path.
There’s plenty going on in Savusavu, from REGULAR Sunday night band sessions at the Copra Shed right in the centre of town, to local rugby matches at the nearby rugby ground and to SPECIAL really big, fun events that light up the place like the Koro Sun Music Festival or the Savusavu Town Festival.
EXPLORE THE CORAL COAST
An 80km stretch of brilliant white beaches and secluded bays along the southern shores of Viti Levu, the Coral Coast is a beachcomber’s paradise. And you can’t miss the large coral reef just off the mainland, which provides endless opportunities for underwater exploration. Korolevu, on the banks of the Sigatoka River, is the birthplace of tourism in Fiji, with the Korolevu Beach Hotel first opening in the 1950s. Today, the Coral Coast is well known for its family-friendly resorts, hotels and popular backpackers. The coast is also home to many local villages where you can get a glimpse of the real Fiji.
TO GET STARTED
1. Create an account
Create an account online or through the Geocaching® app to view a map of geocaches near you.
2. Find a geocache
Use the app to navigate to a geocache nearby. Don’t forget to bring a pen!
3. Share your experience
Once you find the geocache, sign and date the logbook. Place the geocache back where you found it and log your experience online.