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This is Number 12 in a series of Treasure Hunts for Kindle by Treasuredays – the cryptic edition of our Mustique route.Kindle Treasure Hunts are a great way to explore a new area in a way that is fun and educationalThis treasure hunt consists of aMoreThis is Number 12 in a series of Treasure Hunts for Kindle by Treasuredays – the cryptic edition of our Mustique route.Kindle Treasure Hunts are a great way to explore a new area in a way that is fun and educationalThis treasure hunt consists of a route around the north and centre of the beautiful Caribbean island of Mustique. To do this treasure hunt, you will need to hire a ‘mule’ the small buggies that are the principal means of transport on the island.As you drive round, you are given a set of questions to answer based on clues about things you can see along the route. Most of the clues are written, but some are picture questions.The 48 questions in this edition are designed to be fairly challenging. Some are cryptic or require some basic general knowledge, and others are based on things on the route that may be tricky to spot. If you would prefer something more straightforward, for example if you are taking children with you, a family edition of the Hunt on the same route is also available from Amazon. This contains easier clues that should be quite straightforward to find and work out.As you find each clue, you can record your answer using the notes function on your Kindle, or use your phone or just good old pen and paper if you prefer. The treasure hunt is divided into sections, and there is a link to check your answers at the end of each section.The treasure hunt starts in Britannia Bay, where you will find Mustique’s port and shops. The route then heads in a loop round the north of the island, passing the Cotton House hotel and the bird sanctuary, round to the airport terminal and Mustique Company headquarters. We then explore the Bamboo Church and the tennis and equestrian centres, passing en route the statue of Colin Tennant, the creator of modern Mustique. After that, the route heads down to Macaroni Bay on the east coast, before climbing back across the centre of the island to return to Britannia Bay, where the treasure hunt finishes at the world famous Basil’s Bar.You should typically allow about 3 hours to complete the treasure hunt. But it may take longer if you stop for refreshments or retrace your steps to find clues you may have missed.Our Kindle Treasure Hunts are designed for individuals or families and other small groups who are walking the route together. If you wish to do the treasure hunt as a competition in two or more separate groups, please visit the Treasuredays website for information on our treasure hunt packs which will allow you to make as many copies of the question sheets as you need.