Activity Weekends: an Entertaining Affair

By: Synapse India
Every business enterprise is always looking for effective activity days to entertain and boost the morale of its employees. Activity days must be chosen carefully so as to provide something for everyone. You can try to bring out the combination of daring and entertaining activities something like quad bikes, rage buggies, trekking and such others to infuse a great sense of understanding and team building efforts to achieve common goals.

Besides giving a thrilling day to the team, choosing various team building activities are really beneficial. You can add numerous gaming events for infusing & encouraging teamwork, enhancing leadership skills and cultivating problem solving tactics. Also, you can further divide the teams so that every one can compete with one another in a high-spirited, fun, and memeorable team day!


In this article, we'll discuss some of the driving activities that can be included in activity weekends:

Driving Options:


Off-Road Buggies:

If your team likes to compete in twisted and artificially created roads, choosing the fun of off-road buggies would be simply great. Pick up your four-wheeled buggies and set out for experiencing the state-of-the-art off-road karts that can be truly thrilling.

Hovercraft Driving

These special biking can be driven around a tight circuit loaded with chicanes. In this type of biking, you need to handle the corners to slide around the bends. Any delay in the reaction may give you unpleasant results. So, take the full adventure of driving these machines and entertain yourself!

Argo Cats:

Driving bikes used in this type of racing is usually 8 wheeled. With this bike, you can easily climb steep hills, go off-road and float on water! You can go anywhere with this bikes and test your driving skills! Beginners must take the help of instructors to tackle the challenges of a variety of slopes, bumps, and uneven roads.

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