Survivor Challenge

The Ultimate Survivor Challenge

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Programme Highlights

  • Flagship Ice-Breaker Activity (Creating A Clan Identity – Tribe Clothing, Chant And Flag)
  • Once-In-A-Lifetime “Survivor” Experience
  • Getting “Down & Dirty” Is The Best Way To Bond
  • Choose Your Intensity: Medium, High 

Programme Specifications

  • Outdoors
  • Group Size: 20 – 100
  • Duration: 2 – 3.5 Hours
  • Location: Sentosa, Parks
  • Pricing Starts From: $45/pax 
  • Core Values Targeted: Leadership, Conflict Resolution, Problem Solving, Role Alignment, Communication, Team Synergy, Trust

 

Programme Overview

They say there’s no quicker way to bond than by getting down and dirty, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do in the Ultimate Survivor challenge. In this hands-on outdoor team building activity, be prepared to face daunting obstacles designed to test the limits of your teamwork and chemistry. But before we let you immerse your team into this once-in-a-lifetime Survivor experience, build your team identity in our icebreaker activity – design your tribe clothing, write your tribal chant, and fly your tribe flag high throughout the day. And once your spirits are up, the real challenge may begin. Teams will go through a series of physical and mental activities, based on survival skills of course, with each station increasing in difficulty. But that’s not all, they will also be constantly tormented by our well-trained facilitators who are not going to make it easy for you. End the day in true warrior spirit with our signature Tug-Of-War challenge to determine your company’s ultimate Survivor. Remember, no guts, no glory!

Survivor Challenge Games

We have over 20 thrilling games for you to choose from to tailor your very own Survivor Challenge experience. Here are some –

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