Convoy Drive


Convoy driving is driving in a company of two or more vehicles from same starting point, maintaining same speed and heading to the same destination.
It is a highly demanding exercise requiring experience and discipline. A convoy like any group activity is like a chain and is only as strong as its weakest link.

Learning Objectives

  • Team work
  • Communicating with impact
  • Understanding task interdependence
  • Importance of defining clear roles & responsibilities
  • Power of synchronized organization
  • Goal oriented leadership

Time Speed Distance (TSD) Rally


Rallying-the word itself brings up images of incredibly fast driven machines over rugged terrains. Within rallying there is a class that is not about speed alone. Commonly known as TSD (or Time Speed Distance) rallying.
The objective of this activity is to drive each segment of a course in a specific time and at a specific average speed while following a “Road Book”.
Navigation is an integral part of a TSD rally. The route for the course is undisclosed and participant use the “Road Book” to reach the destination.
Speed limit is imposed throughout the route that needs to be adhered strictly. Secret checkpoints note the time and then compute whether you are driving fast or slow. Penalty points are applied accordingly.

Learning Objectives

  • Importance of Strategy for success
  • Managing stressful situations
  • Decision making
  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Plan to minimize uncertainties
  • Time Management

Blindfold Driving


There’s no better way to illustrate the true value of team work, collaboration and communication than Blindfold Driving! A true test of trust and skill, this team building challenge involves a blindfolded driver taking a round of a carefully marked circuit, using only the verbal instructions supplied by the navigators.
A real brain twister, blindfold driving will scramble your sense of direction big time! When you’re driving minus your sense of sight, simple directions suddenly get confusing.

Learning Objectives

  • Improve verbal communication skills
  • Break down barriers and bond a team
  • Build trust in the workplace
  • Manage resistance to change
  • Illustrate the importance of team building
  • Instill the importance of team goal setting
  • Take teams out of their comfort zones

Treasure Hunt


Teams are given a list of clues they need to solve. Once the clue is solved, they need to find the solved location and reach there to mark themselves on the GPS.
This way, Participants complete a circuit of checkpoints in unexplored locations.

Learning Objectives

  • Problem solving
  • Fun at workplace
  • Improves collaboration
  • Encourages ‘Thinking outside the box’
  • Managing time
  • Creative thinking

Off-Roading


When it comes to pure power and sheer exhilaration, A 4×4 off road driving activity is sure to send the adrenaline levels of the participants into orbit!
Teams will need to conquer the unexpected challenges thrown in their path by a challenging course that features everything from deep mud water , steep inclines and tight turns in a very controlled and safe environment.

Learning Objectives

  • Hone problem solving skills
  • Boost team morale
  • Encourage a dysfunctional team to work together in harmony
  • Improve listening and communication skills
  • Trust Building
  • Creative thinking
  • Planning & Analysis

Quad Biking


Quad Biking is a classic activity and brilliant for team building. A great way to break down barriers, strengthen bonds and an ultimate test of mental strength and agility .Quad bikes require a cool head and total concentration to make a full success of the course.
Each driver will be timed on the course and points will be allocated according to their achievements. There are penalty points for hitting our strategically placed poles so all drivers must be mindful of their surroundings. While both Offroad driving and Quad biking happen in a safe and controlled environment, Quad biking may visually appear to be very similar to Offroad driving but there’s a huge difference between both the activities, this one being more adventurous and demanding.

Learning Objectives

  • Manage resistance to change by teaching a new skill in an unfamiliar environment
  • Agility & ability to think fast
  • Respecting other participants
  • Perseverance
  • Can –Do Spirit
  • Encourage competition in a non-threatening environment

Reverse Steer Drive


Teams are paired up and left to figure out which of driving duo has the communication skills to master the art of controlling the vehicle.
Challenge begins when teams Steer left and the buggy will veer to the right and vice versa. However, drivers soon discover their sense of direction goes out the window when a deeply ingrained rule is reversed!
The duo to make a round in the course fastest, wins. Points will be deducted for hitting cones so the teams need to have their wits intact and drive with care!

Learning Objectives

  • Manage resistance to change
  • Improve communication and collaboration skills
  • Break down barriers and banish preconceived notions
  • Encourage healthy competition
  • Build trust in the workplace
  • Giving & receiving Feedback

Learning Caravan


Camp and Drive format for the adventure seeking teams who are willing to rough it out and learn how to manage with limited resource. Groups will drive/ off-road to scenic locations around the city. The fleet will rest the night at camps.

Learning Objectives

  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Resource Management
  • Thriving out of the comfort zone
  • Team Bonding
  • Ownership and Initiative
  • Problem Solving