Looking for a Corporate Christmas Party with a difference? Our London treasure hunts could be the answer to your festive fears of the same old same old.
Take your team on a tour of the capital during festive December - the most magical time of the year. Day or night, employees will be challenged to work together using an iPad provided to find local GPS hotspots.
Groups will be asked to complete a variety of Christmas-themed challenges with the aim to collect points and compete against fellow teams. An exciting variety of puzzles are designed to encourage humour among the team whilst also encouraging strategic thinking.
Encourage your team to socialise outside the office and see the City in all its festive glory.
Eventurous Christmas-themed London treasure hunts push the boundaries of your typical corporate Christmas celebration and helps you bring together a combination of indoor and outdoor team building activities, keeping your attendees engaged and thoroughly entertained!
Look forward to:
Our festive treasure hunt will lead you and your employees to your final venue of choice for a short (and funny!) presentation showing the highlights of the hunt and awarding the winning teams with prizes before settling down to continue your festivities.
So what are you waiting for?
Take part in an exciting variety of codes to crack, problem-solving puzzles and questions to answer. We'll keep you on your toes in The London Christmas GPS treasure hunt:
You can rely on Eventurous to deliver a well-managed outdoor team building event in London. We take care of every aspect of your activity to ensure your day runs perfectly:
We can bespoke your event to fit your exact specifications and business requirements with additional options for custom corporate branding:
This was a fantastic event, very well organised and everyone thoroughly enjoyed it. The team were very professional and engaged with all the teams to make sure if was fun and interactive. We would definitely use them again for a future event.
'The inter-regional team work we have seen following the event has been great, especially with communication between individuals that would not normally have exposure to each other..'