Photographic Scavenger Hunt The Tsitsikamma Team Challenge and Photographic Scavenger Hunt start with a sedate stroll with a local field guide through our tree-lined village. Your team is encouraged to open their eyes and ears and listen to the useful, useless (red herrings abound), interesting, and quirky information being shared with them…
Whilst savoring the sounds of village life, the smell of clean air, the sights of nature, the feel of friendship and camaraderie, and taste the crystal waters of the Tsitsikamma.
The mayhem begins as Teams are given a Competitive and Fun Task List and a Time Limit in which to score the highest points. Teams are required to recall useful/interesting facts and faces (were you listening?) capture photographs of Team Members performing crazy and challenging tasks, engage with our village community, dancing in the streets, collecting photos of our flora and fauna, and using the creative imagination of the inner child to combine talents and skills to earn maximum points. A competitive challenge – Judges’ decision is final! The intensity of your Challenge event is up to you. We can adjust challenges to suit your needs, ambition, and ability.
The Big Tree – Woodcutters’ Journey on Foot Fully Guided – a trip to the Plaatbos indigenous forest reserve in our Open Fun Bus and incorporate an informative experience of forest ecology and birdlife. The Tsitsikamma indigenous forest takes you back to a time where the forest was “home” to hunter-gatherers and their existence in the forests. Qualified guides will lead you on foot along a wooden boardwalk to one of the oldest and biggest remaining Outeniqua Yellowood trees on the Garden Route – stand next to this giant and feel like a dwarf against this unique forest habitat. Wonder at the patience and permanence of this majestic testimony to the power of nature. Discover the secrets of the spectacular forest as you encounter Hard Pear trees, Giant Yellow Woods, ancient Tree Ferns, and other interesting Forest Flora. Discover how the forest lives and breaths; listen to the sounds of birds like the Knysna Loerie and Green Woophoes.
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