Team Building Scavenger Hunts can be a Great Bonding Experience for your Company
About Team Building Scavenger Hunts
Team Building Scavenger Hunts are the perfect activity for any group looking to bond through a shared experience. Scavenger hunts help to improve communication skills and building trust with employees. Our team building games and fun and exciting, they will bring our city alive for your guest.
Perfect For Companies of All Sizes
Scavenger hunts are the perfect team building activity because they familiarize guest with our city while also connecting to the group’s participates. Expect to laugh a lot while eating your way through the town. Custom team building scavenger hunts can a perfect way to spend a day of team building.
Our Team Building Ideas
You’ll get some amazing photos and memories!
Every person in your group will have a role and be texted fun photo challenges and trivia during your team building game.
What role will each player in our team have?
The group will be lead by the Team Leader.
Selfies and squad pics.
Guide your team throughout the city by completing geography and navigation based challenges.
The detective role helps to answers riddles throughout the hunt to twist your brains and uncover more about cities!
Art appreciation is your job. Look out for public art pieces around the city, and learn a little about culture as well.
Green Activist – Nature Lover
The person with this role prefers nature. Look out for the bits of life in the city environment
Complete challenges about the city design and unique landmarks.
An Unique Fun Experience
Explore The City
Find the best sights in your city with your group and answer questions that can only be found in-person hidden on plaques, statues, art, and more.
Photo Challenges and Activities
Each person will have an interactive role and will be texted photo challenges and fun activities to do with the rest of the group.
Designed For You
Come explore with us! Great for small groups of 1-10 or large corporate events.
Your guide will lead you and your teammates will complete fun photo challenges, test your knowledge of local trivia, and solve riddles that will bring your entire group together. It is a great way to explore a new city or learn more about an old favorite.
Other ideas for Team Building Activities include:
PHOTO-INTERACTIVE FOOD & WINE TOUR:
Spend an afternoon savoring amazing food or sipping top-shelf wines while learning easy-to-shoot photo tips from your pro tour guide and take your food photo skills to the next level using your smartphone’s camera app.
HISTORY & ART SCAVENGER HUNT
Food Tour Guide will be on hand to teach you about the neighborhood, and to help proctor the event.
During the Scavenger Hunt, teams must depend on each other and work together to complete puzzles, which will lead to great samplings of food or drink at fantastic local restaurants.
Call or email us for more information and to book
- FOR: Groups who are looking to spice up their organization’s dynamic
- WHAT: Seek out cultural landmarks and restaurants through games, quizzes, and other interactive on a historical walking tour
- WHERE: Carlsbad’s most interesting neighborhoods
- Trivia is a great way to keep ones brain sharp and learn about the world.
- It is also a great team building activity for a corporate groups.
- We will use Trivia Apps for iPhone & Android.
One of my favorite team-building exercises is simply called “people trivia.” The name says it all: it’s trivia about the people in your organization and it provides the perfect opportunity to learn more about your fellow co-workers. Ask people to share something about themselves that most people at work don’t know on a piece of paper at the beginning of the tour. Then during the tour, put this info into a quiz-form and have your guest guess who is this person, i.e. who is a avid skydiver.
People Trivia Team-Building Questions:
Some example questions that can help you strengthen relationships include:
- What do you want to be when you grow up?
- What is one thing your co-workers wouldn’t normally know about you?
- What was your most memorable moment of high school (or college)?
- What is one story that you used to feel embarrassed about but can laugh about now?
- What is something you are very proud of?
You can ask everyone the same questions or switch it up for different people–the key is that you are learning about each other as people, not just co-workers. You’ll be learning about each other, having fun, and building an effective team.
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