World Cup Caching! — The Meeting of Waters (GC3XGGT) — Geocache of the Week

Floating right over the meeting of the waters. Photo by geocacher moppel2009

Floating right over the meeting of the waters. Photo by geocacher moppel2009

Geocache Name:

The Meeting of Waters (GC3XGGT)

Difficulty/Terrain Rating:

2/2

Why this is the Geocache of the Week:

With much of the world in the grips of World Cup fever (Go USA!), we thought it would be a great time to show off some of the cool geocaches in Brazil. This week, we’re near the city of Manaus, where the soccer/football matches between England  &  Italy, Cameroon  &  Croatia, United States  &  Portugal, and Honduras  &  Switzerland will take place. For the fans visiting this area, finding this Earthcache is a must. At this location, the Amazon River and Rio Negro come together, creating an incredibly unique view of dark and light waters mixing together. If you’re lucky, you’ll even catch a glimpse of one of the pink dolphins that frequent the area.

What geocachers are saying:

“What a fun day! Took a tour with David Andrade’s Amazon Jungle Tours, filled small bottles with water from both rivers, swam with the pink dolphins, and more!” – molokaihuakai

“Very cool at this location! To me the darker water was colder today! Thanks for this earthcache!”  – bubbag04

“Cast away on an Amazonas Beach!!! Next Year we will come back… FIFA Wold CUP 2014!!! Thanks for the cache” – Günni Ka-Li

Photos:

Making the find. Photo by geocacher msstrong

Making the find. Photo by geocacher msstrong

Take a dip! Photo by geocacher Lieveheersbeestje

Take a dip! Photo by geocacher Lieveheersbeestje

It looks like coffee to me. Photo by geocacher TheBraendlis

It looks like coffee to me. Photo by geocacher TheBraendlis

2-part question: What country are you rooting for in the World Cup and what’s your favorite geocache in that country? Tell us in the comments.

Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog.

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