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Objectives and Benefits      

  • To help develop unity and greater harmony within an organization by cultivating a ground of team work, improving both person-to-person and group working relations.
  • To help and encourage participants to gain a new perspective of themselves, others and their work environment.
  • To increase team spirit and overall cooperation as the participants learn to work more effectively with their partners.

Our services help to raise and harness participants' morale while reducing conflicts and non-constructive behaviors. Through generating of group idea, we  assist group and organization to unlock real motivation and the desire to excel. The end result is higher client's satisfaction and greater productivity.

Program offered
We provide a wide variety of consulting services, including the following:

Adventure Challenge

  • Back Country Adventure 
  • Rock Climbing 
  • Field Environment Studies
  • Day Hiking Trips
  • Canoeing & Kayaking 
  • Urban Adventure Trek
  • Wilderness Expeditions

        Teamwork Initiative Training 

  • Team Build Exercises
  • Challenge Ropes Course
  • Leadership Training
  • New Games & Problem Solving Initiatives

         Program Development

  • Custom-Design Program
  • Curriculum Development

Challenge wall
"I like the fact that now, I can work with people who don't have the same interest as me."

Many of the services we offer require us to see your specific needs in order to quote a price.

Please call us at (831) 334-5049 or send us an email at for a copy of our brochure, or for more details.

Trust Fall
"I feel that I learned a lot about my classmates, and about myself too."

Earthball game
"I laughed a lot and had lots of fun. I wasn't expecting to have so much fun."

Circle the circle
"The leader showed us how to play the game and reflect on what we did."

Trust Exercise
"I had to see trust before I could trust."