Top Teambuilding Activities in Gauteng

Top Teambuilding Activities in Gauteng

by Shannon De Kock September 18, 2018

After a long year of hard work, there's nothing like being rewarded with a fun day out of the office where you can connect with your teammates face to face rather than screen to screen.


Teambuilding is an essential part of any successful company but finding activities that excite, are within budget and will ensure lasting memories are made is not easy.

This is why we've put together a combination of relaxing and exciting adventures for teambuilding in the Gauteng Province.

1. Amazing Race

Amazing race team building activity GautengThere's nothing that gets the blood pumping than fueling some healthy competition! Get stuck into these fun activities for any fitness level as you battle for glory against your teammates, or even better- your boss, for first place.

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2. Bushmen Firemaking

Bushmen fire-making activity GautengEver play with fire as a kid? Remember being mesmerised by the growing flames licking against the paper until it was all burnt up? Satisfying isn't it? Well, try learning how to do that without matches or paper! You never know when these skills might come in handy! Have some fun being a kid again with Bushmen Firemaking!

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3. Archery Tag

Archery Tag Team Building GautengTake out your frustration on any annoying colleagues or just have some fun ganging up on the office golden boy with Archery Tag. Playing Archery Tag is a completely safe way to learn the ancient warrior skill of archery. This is not as physically exerting but does take concentration, so is great for improving attention spans.

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4. Quad Safari

Quad Safari Gauteng Quad BikeWant to view African animals up close? This safari-with-a-difference, allows you to get up close and personal with African wildlife coupled with the thrill of riding on an automatic Quad Bike!

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5. Mine Tour

Mine Tour Team building Gauteng Cullinan Diamond MineIs a treasure hunt more your thing? Do you enjoy a challenge and finding the diamond in the rough? Explore the most illustrious South African mine, Cullinan Mine with your colleagues and try to spot some gems in the dirt.

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6. Djembe Drumming

Djembe Drumming DrumNow, this is always a joy! Drum to your heart's content. In the work environment, we're often expected to keep busy and well... quiet. Enjoy making some noise with the added satisfaction of forming a rhythm eventually! There's nothing that can bring people together quite like playing a musical instrument together in unison and what better instrument than a proudly South African Djembe Drum?

Book this teambuilding activity.


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