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Go to geocaching.com click on play, put in the country (ies) you are cruising to and you will get a list of all the caches on that island. Click on one of the caches and then click on show on geocaching map. You will see a map of the location of that cache. Zoom out till the whole island is revealed and look where you are docking and see which caches are nearby. We have cached in 57 countries and always download the caches in whichever country we are visiting on our GPS. We also download them onto our iPhone. Have fun and hope you get a smilie in each country you visit!

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Go to geocaching.com and see what is available. When I went last year there was I think a virtual at Atlantis that I got. Also several others at historical areas not too far from the port in Nassau. Never been to Freeport so no personal experience there. Only place I've been so far that I haven't been able to get a geocache is Ocho Rios. Only cache in town was at Dunn's River and that wasn't on our agenda.

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