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How come there isn't a cache map for Mexico. We are going to Puerto Vallarta and I had to look through most of the cache details, except the obvious Baja ones to see what caches were available down there. How about a cache map, like the ones available for the states in the US?

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Thanks Ole,

 

That helps some, but it doesn't show all the caches around Puerto Penasco, and I get tired of scrolling through all the cahes in that country looking for the ones located in the areas I am visiting.

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Thanks Ole,

 

That helps some, but it doesn't show all the caches around Puerto Penasco, and I get tired of scrolling through all the cahes in that country looking for the ones located in the areas I am visiting.

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I've had a similar problem, and here's what I do: I download all the geocaches into EasyGPS, double click on the one I'm sure is near where I'm going to be visiting and then sort them by distance. Works for me.

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If Rocky Point is your destination, then try looking up "Things Forgotton - GC41C8" and then looking for nearby caches. Quick search shows 2 others in Rocky Point and one just over the border.

 

Cody

Team CBX2

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Originally posted by apelican:

We are going to Puerto Vallarta and I had to look through most of the cache details, except the obvious Baja ones to see what caches were available down there.


 

Did you already take your trip? Just saw this thread. We have one placed just north of PV called Buena Vista #2. No logs posted lately but would love to know if it is still there since they just had a hurricane pass nearby. It actually is in the town of San Pancho (San Fransisco) in the state of Nayarit just up the coast. Bus or car needed to get there! Here's the cache page.

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Hey Maps R Us,

 

You probably already know that we could not find your cache. there was a very obvious mud slide in the area that probably took it out to sea. But, we did love the quaint little town and the beach was absolutely spectacular. Thanks for placing the cache, so that we could visit an area that we would probably not have gone to on our own.

 

Mike & Karen

Flagstaff, Arizona

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Hi Cody from Team CBX2,

 

Thanks for the tip, I never thought about searching for caches in nearby areas that way, even though I have seen the link on the cache pages. If you make it down to Rocky Point, I placed a cache in Cholla Bay last week, check it out.

 

Karen,

Flagstaff, AZ

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Ole Cacher,

 

I have not tried to use that yet, I guess I should give it a whirl, since we travel to Mexico so frequently.

 

Thanks, Karen

Flagstaff, Arizona

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