Are you looking for a fresh strategy to encourage and develop morale among your team members? Beyond being an excellent form of fitness, rowing is the ideal team sport, making it an excellent team-building event for a wide range of corporate groups and organizations. Consider combining rowing activities with an “out of office” business meeting that builds on the experience, or just have a good time and establish some bonds with your crew members.
Lost in the Old City is an exciting and fascinating way to discover Old City of Istanbul whilst having fun in a competitive way!
Our famous team building event takes place in the old city center (Sultanahmet Area) and lasts around 2-3 hours including briefing, activity and wrap up. It’s designed for both corporate and leisure groups. Lost in the Old City is very similar to City Quests and Scavenger and Treasure Hunt Istanbul.
You can feel some of the 1950′s nostalgia by experiencing the classic car ride on the streets of Istanbul. The tours lasting two hours in rare vintage cars such as Desoto, Chevrolet, Buick and Dodge from old times will make an unforgettable experience for your friends and colleagues.
Sailing Between Continents is a Unique High Impact Activity in Istanbul!
The power and grace of gliding through waves propelled only by the wind and the skill of the crew is a singular experience. The beauty of Marmara Sea, with its consistent breeze and spectacular skyline, presents the best venue for sailing activities.
Istanbul is not only famous with its historical sites but also with mouth watering Turkish dishes. There is a great variety of dishes in Turkish cuisine and it is mainly inherited from the Ottoman cuisine, a mix of many different cultures.
Our cooking class in Istanbul encourages joint efforts among employees to reach a shared goal.
Grand Bazaar is one of the major landmarks of Istanbul and built like a maze with its 66 covered streets and over 3,000 shops.
After a briefing outside the Bazaar, the group will be divided into teams. Teams will walk in the covered streets of Grand Bazaar, trying to find items, taking photos, bargaining at stores, socializing with public and many more.