For a wide-ranging view of township life, the Langa Cultural Experience tour reveals the deprivations and successes of a formerly dispossessed urban people. SV Sherpa experienced the rhythm and culture of South Africa with a warm marimba welcome, and participated in an array of traditional activities. Drumming, Gumboot Dancing, traditional head carrying and soccer skills were the activities for this Friday. They finished off with a Diski Dancing finale! Awesome day!
Amazing Race time! With the Hop -on-Hop-off Red City Bus as transport, Vodacom went to every hot spot in order to complete the challenge! Planning ahead and studying the Red City Bus schedule was key to successfully completing this fun event.
The group started off at the Waterfront, where they were divided into smaller groups. They received information packs containing maps, bus routing, navigational clues and questions they could answer en-route.
In staggered departures, the teams boarded the busses and followed the routing to locate the checkpoints at scenic hotspots and points of interest around the Peninsula. At each stop they explored, discovered and learned more about their surroundings, while competing in a race against the clock.
Just 45 minutes north of Cape Town lies a pristine desert with glistening sand and awesome views of Table Mountain. Here in an area called Atlantis Dunes Total Cameroun explored the area with sandboarding, volleyball, desert golf and played in the sand. This particular Desert Storm was organised for Total Cameroun and they happily jumped into the back of the oldtimer Jeeps for a tour filled with adrenaline. Driving never felt this good!
Old Mutual had an awesome braai cook off in one of the best braai spots in Cape Town: Wynberg Park. With over 22-hectares of ground, the park is a popular spot .They have several braai and picnic spots as well. It was a perfect day for a braai and of course some fun team building games. They played our famous Tin can Long Jump, Giant Sacks, Giant Jenga, the typical dutch game Spikerpoepen and Minefield. They had lots of fun during the games and the atmosphere was amazing. It was Master Chef time after the games and had made some delicious food!
Even the hard workers of Hilton Hotel earn sometimes a day off. And what could be more fun than a team building day with Adventure Works? On March 15 they went to Spier farm in beautiful Stellenbosch for the Amazing Race. It’s the most famous wineland destination. Award winning wines , world class hotel and conferencing! They did some fun games like waterballoon elevator, minute to win it, eagle encounter, walk the plank and giant sacks. With smiles to their ears, laugh’s echoing through the wineland , the teams walked away enlightened and satisfied! Thank you Hilton Hotel for the awesome day!
If you come to Cape Town, you need to spend a couple of days in the Winelands. It’s one of the must see & do’s here. That’s the reason why Cambridge booked a Winelands Amazing Race ! The day began in the Table Hotel, where we did the warming ups. The group was already cheerfully, into their own personalized shirts, but after the warming up the atmosphere was already great! Everybody was ready for the Amazing Race!
Each team received a race book and maps to navigated their way around the spectacular Cape Winelands. On their way they completed the challenges like tobogganing, the beer and chocolate tasting, sheep herding and a blind wine tasting. They ended the day in the beautiful Grande Provence for the finale and announcement of winners and a delicious dinner.
Thanks Cambridge for the awesome day, you were a great group!
We had an awesome day with the South African Reserve Bank yesterday. Good weather, beautiful venue, awesome people and a delicious braai! We started the day off with some warming ups and energizing activities. The group were divided in teams and from that moment the games were started. They painted their faces and did the war cries for the team spirit. After the teambuilding games like blind paddle, giant sacks and spikerpoepen, there was time for the braaimaster competition!
Last week, we had two trips with the 19 people of the big company Canon. On tuesday we had the Powerboat. With the wind in their hair, Canon departed from Millers Point and went to the cape of Storms with the powerboats. They went round the Cape of Storms in a powerboat for a truly unique way to appreciate the stunning views and rugged, dramatic beauty of Cape Point. The group were told stories of shipwrecks, sea life and ghost ships, all of which have made this peninsula notoriously famous. They have seen seals, but unfortunately no whales or dolphins.
And there was trip 2: The Desert Storm. A fun day in the Atlantis Dunes for this great group! These Cape Town dunes are a great venue for an action packed team build. . They explored the Atlantis Dunes by quad bike and sliding down the sand dunes on a sand board. Between the activities there was time to lay down and enjoying the view from the tent.
What an incredibly enthusiastic group! With only 2 hours, and 15 people, the IACPO group build 6 Sustainable, self watering, wicking garden beds in Masibambane elderly facility in Samora Machel. It wasn’t an easy task having to fill the beds with rubble and compost, and then planting the plants, and varnishing the beds. But with the help of the community, with almost 80 people in total – children and elders, it made filling and planting each bed a much lighter . The community intervention was overwhemingly incredible and the energy from the group influenced everyone around them. Thanks to the IACPO group, Masibambane elderly facility will use the produce for a soup kitchen in winter to warm the bellies of members of the community. The day ended off with a local choir thanking the group, and a boerworse braai to thank the locals for all their help. What an incredible day!
Situated in the heart of the Durbanville Wine Valley, Hillcrest Wine Estate’s function and event venue, The Quarry, has been the home to many weddings, functions, festivals and concerts over the past years. Located in a rehabilitated quarry makes this one of Cape Town’s most unique venues, especially for team building activities and a braai cook off. The group was divided into teams where they started off with warm up activities: the famous War Cries. The teams were very original and showed their creative sides. Beside War Cries there were games like giant sack races, spikerpoepen, frisbees target shooting and many more. The group was so fanatic and enthusiastic so the atmosphere was quit good. After that it was Master Chef time!