Adventure awaits with our latest Smart Phone Scavenger Hunt Challenge!
Grab your map, put on your backpack and channel your inner-city explorer with our latest interactive, points-based team building activity.
This is your opportunity to explore the historical sights and landmarks of your chosen city, enhance team collaboration and have some outdoor fun!
Armed only with a mobile device, you must navigate across your chosen metropolis and complete a series of fun and engaging challenges.
Key features include:
Hosted by our expert Event Manager via Zoom, Microsoft Teams or Google Meets, your team will experience live, creative and competitive scenarios designed to encourage creativity and teamwork.
An entertaining finale will be broadcast using your chosen video platform where each team's photos and videos will be streamed live for everyone to see, leading to some hilarious results!
Simple to set up, easy to play and hard to leave!
Using a video streaming platform of your choice, our Event Manager will organise:
Treat your colleagues to a live team building experience outside the office.
It doesn't finish when the event is over. See below for some great benefits:
We cater for any group size. We are not limited by a maximum number of participants and are fully flexible with large groups.
The event has been created to last for approximately 2 hours. This includes the initial briefing and final slideshow.
Our latest GPS Scavenger Hunt challenge utilises both live and virtual elements. You and your team will experience live interaction while navigating across your chosen city. Your host will be on hand to help support your adventure via Zoom, Microsoft Teams or Google Meet.
Just wanted to say thank you to you and the rest of the team at Eventurous, the feedback from the participants has been great and everyone enjoyed themselves. The inter-regional teamwork we have seen following the event has also been great, especially with the communication between individuals that would not normally have exposure to each other.
'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..'