Go Green Treasure Hunt
The “Go Green Treasure Hunt” takes participants to the green hideouts of Singapore. Exploring nature is a soothing activity that allows you to relax thoroughly. The event is a great opportunity to invite beneficiaries to join your teams and share the fun. The event can be tailored to fit a variety of requirements in terms of physical activity. Usually, the topics for the challenges revolve around nature and our relation to it, e.g. environmental preservation. Being out in the nature is something precious here in Singapore and creates a unique atmosphere for your team to get to know each other.
Working as a treasure hunt team requires unified effort, co-ordination of individual skills and team planning. The adventurous process creates an energetic and fun atmosphere for teams to work together, forming bonds of trust and friendship. Along the way, teams need to look out for each other and take responsibility so that nobody is left behind. Mutual consideration and good communication skills are required and engagement will be positively re-enforced with a good team atmosphere.
Your teams will be joined by beneficiaries in the beginning and set off together once they solve the first challenge. Through clues, you have to find your way to the next landmarks where fun challenges await your team. Route and pace will be tailored to the fitness level of your teams and challenges along the way usually revolve around your chosen topic that relates somehow to nature. Usually, the event closes with a joint meal to celebrate.
INTERACTION WITH BENEFICIARIES:
The “Go Green Treasure Hunt” is a great opportunity to involve beneficiaries from all kinds of interest groups. In this format, you can include elderly, children, person with disabilities, and any other group you want to support. Taking the challenges together and solving the clues gives a lot of opportunities to get to know each other and share the joy of exploring the wild side of Singapore.
HOW IS THIS OF GREAT VALUE FOR THE BENEFICIARIES:
The activity is light hearted and easy, so it makes a great additional offer for any charity looking for entertaining and educational outings. Being out in the nature is something that is particularly soothing for people who are stressed out, so inviting groups that are looking for recreation in a mentally relaxing way is recommended.
For many charities, outings for their beneficiaries would be really desirable, but the tight budgets might not allow for it. So your support is a welcome add-on to diversify and expand what charities can offer to their beneficiaries.
Timing: 2- 4 hours
Group Size: 40 - 200 pax
Outcomes: active team building, improve communication, light hearted and great fun, reduce stress as nature is soothing
Category: Motivation, Team Cohesion, Communication