Tracking down a jungle phone during geocaching in a forest near Hamburg!
Out of the city, into nature. Geocaching with children in the north of Hamburg near Kummersfeld in the district Pinneberg is a lot of fun! In the middle of the forest, guided by coordinators, young and old alike will find hiding places. The App Geocaching leads you via satellite to the individual hiding places. Everybody has his turn to coordinate the search team.
If you follow the geocaches for children, you will not only discover nature with all your senses, but also encounter amazing surprises in the middle of the forest! The jungle phone is just waiting to be discovered. There are also a few things hidden here and there by the predecessor, so take a few little things with you that you can leave behind in exchange. The next one will certainly be happy about that.
In addition to little things for the hiding places, a pair of mud pants for the children and a backpack with provisions are good equipment. Due to numerous child-friendly geocaches you can easily hike up to six hours through the forest. It goes cross-country through the beautiful forest area over fallen trees and through the branches. Finally, a highlight with an adventure picnic in the self-built tipi is the end of the family excursion.
We have been recommended this great favorite place by Romy, children’s yoga teacher and course instructor for Ayurvedic baby massage. Together with Jessica she made her dream come true and founded Manomaya – a room for yoga, meditation and mindfulness in Halstenbek near Hamburg. Here she offers yoga courses for children and teenagers as well as specials like reading nights for children, which give parents time for togetherness. All further information can be found on her website.