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Team Building Treasure and Scavenger Hunts in Atlanta
Atlanta Challenge has several different types of team building treasure hunts available for business groups. They are a great way to get your people moving without pushing them too hard. We get your whole team involved in finding secret locations, solving riddles, answering trivia, taking pictures and other fun tasks. The teams network with each other often to allow for as much overall group interaction as possible.
All of our hunt programs are fully facilitated. Download the full agenda and pricing for all our hunts here, or browse options below. If you have questions or would like to book an event, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-848-1001.
Browse Our Professionally Facilitated Team Building Scavenger Hunts
Here are the team building scavenger/treasure hunts we offer. All hunts are fully facilitated, and include the use of cameras for the duration of the program, and downloadable pictures after the event. Click on the program name for more details, or click the cover image above for agendas and rates for all of our team building scavenger hunt events. Still have questions? Call us at 404-848-1001.
Our original and most popular hunt! Teams race to
earn points by solving clues, finding hidden locations, taking outrageous pictures of
themselves, and competing against other teams in mini-challenges. Available
locations include Buckhead, Roswell, Historic Alpharetta, Downtown Atlanta, Old Norcross,
Decatur, Marietta Square and Zoo Atlanta. Prefer to go somewhere else? Just let us know!
Teamwork Scavenger/Treasure Hunt details and Agenda PDF
Teams take a competitive Race Around the World, without leaving the event location! In this high-energy program,
teams solve clues that take them to exotic locations all over the world. At each location,
they tackle a fun, location-themed challenge as quickly as they can before moving on to their next mission.
The winner is the team that finishes with the most points, which keeps everyone
engaged right up until the exciting end.
More about Race Around the World
The team is taught how to use a map, GPS, compass and other tools
(known as orienteering) in order to find as many hidden sites as they can. Along the
way, they have other fun brainteasers, trivia and photo challenges to tackle, and some
hands-on challenges to complete at a few of the destinations. Planning, integrating various
skill sets, and effective use of time are the determining factors of success.
Download agenda and rates for The Great GPS Chase
Service Project Hunts
Treasure Hunt for Tots
This event is just like the Teamwork Hunt, except that instead of points, each team earns up to $50 cash that
they use to purchase items to put into care packages for local children in need. It’s lots
of fun and a great morale booster.
Treasure Hunt for Tots (service project version of Teamwork Hunt) details and agenda PDF
Business Simulation Hunts
Teams become photographers and reporters and create their own local interest magazine. They will search the streets for material to fit different stories and other fun and challenging projects. Teams assemble their magazines, then rate each other’s projects. This is a great project for teams that want to stretch their creative muscles and build their ability to collaborate and communicate.
Teams take on the role of developers competing for a contract to build a new exhibit at the zoo. Each team must research existing attractions, interview the public, and study traffic patterns in order to give a presentation to the “philanthropic organization” funding the new project. The event focuses on understanding customer needs, identifying opportunities, and delivering compelling presentations.
This adventure illustrates the importance of good planning, communication,
and utilization of resources in order to achieve team success. Your team
heads into the jungle on an important rescue mission. Each member of the
team is taught a different skill, and then must come together to accomplish
their mission. Team members use a map, compass and GPS to find several sites
that contain valuable items that need to be retrieved. When they arrive at
each location, they will find unique challenges they must engineer a
solution to, using only the resources that they have decided to bring with
them. This is a great program for groups that want to emphasize the
importance of appreciating everyone's unique skills.
Download Expedition outdoor team building program details and agenda PDF
The format of this event is similar to Expedition, except this program can be held at an office park, hotel or other "urban" environment. This adventure illustrates the importance of good planning, communication, and utilization of resources to achieve
team success. Your team undergoes an important recovery mission into an area contaminated by biological hazards. Team members use
a map, compass and GPS to find several sites that contain "toxic" items that need to be retrieved. When teams arrive at each
location, they find unique challenges they must engineer a solution to, using only the resources they decided to
bring with them.
Download Outbreak event details and pricing
Need help knowing which event is the right fit?
We can walk you through selecting the best programs to fit your group, schedule, and team building goals.