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Whether on land or sea- what you bring is almost as important as what you know. Vital to every successful explorer or treasure  hunter are the treasure hunting equipment he or she brings to the expedition. a list of suggested treasure hunting equipment  needed to successfully locate hidden treasure from a mine or shipwreck.

We recommend you purchase two of the most vital reference books on signs and symbols before you begin your journey. These books are the "Dictionary of Symbolism, Cultural Icons & The Meanings Behind Them" by Hans Biedermann, and also purchase "Symbols, Encyclopedia of Western Signs and Ideograms" by Carl G. Liungman. We have proven in the field that these are the two best books on the subject available today. All of the symbols used by the Spanish in the field are included in these books along with pictographic meanings.


We will be updating this page to include the very best treasure hunting equipment available that we have tested in the field with links that you can click on and go direct to the manufacturer to purchase. (Check back often for our recommendations).


  • 35 mm Camera w/telescopic lens
  • Compass
  • GPS unit
    (Global Positioning System)
    Garmin eTrex Summit Personal Navigator
    Garmin International Inc.
    1200 E 151 Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062 USA
  • Telescope (Meade)
  • Metal detectors (MineLab)
  • Cavity detector
  • Diving gear
  • Computers
  • Software
  • Boats, Zodiacs (Rubber)
  • Watercraft
  • Survey equipment
  • Measuring equipment
  • UltaLight Aircraft
  • ATV's
  • Camping equipment
  • Water containers
  • First Aid Kits
  • Weapons
  • Out Door Clothing
  • Lap Tops
  • Cell Phones
  • Satellite up links
  • Portable scanners
  • Tools
  • Off Road vehicles

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