Thinking Caps - Work better when you're relaxed

In South Africa teambuilding has become more important than ever, enabling managers and employees to learn how to understand different work ethics and diverse cultures and traditions. Research has shown that teambuilding greatly benefits both employee and employer.

The main characteristic essential to a good team player is the willingness to listen and respect other people’s views. A good leader in the team is crucial to its success, someone who tends to guide and coach as opposed to instructing and dictating. Support and acknowledging a team for work produced makes a great difference in the long-term efficiency of the team and therefore business.

Here at Zemvelo Adventures we have just the solution to make your team-building event one to remember. We can offer a wide range of activities.. Some of our available packages are listed below but should you require something customized according to your individual needs, please contact us.

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  Teambuilding activities


Corporate Adventure Packages

We offer a variety of corporate team building fun events that are sure to entertain and unite co-workers. Take teambuilding to the next level with one of the 3 corporate packages to choose from, starting at R912 per person for 5 hours of interactive fun.

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Game Drives

Our game viewing drives are available for afternoon and afternoon trips, as this is when the animals are most active. You’ll be accompanied by a skilled ranger and guests can expect to encounter a diverse range of animal and bird species on game drives.

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Survival Skills

Do you have what it takes? We’ve all seen the “Savage Survival” and “Survivor” programmes on television, while relaxing with hot chocolate on a comfortable couch. If you find yourself away from the comforts of your house, and you are stuck in a remote area with nothing but African Bushveld surrounding you, are you equipped with the skills to stick it out?

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