Treasure Hunt is an interactive activity and travelers prefer it a lot in their holidays. It’s a funny way to explore the place you’re visiting and have a marvelous time.
In Athens, the capital of Greece, several companies organize mythology treasure hunts. It’s an opportunity for travelers to discover ancient Athens, learn its history, culture, and mythology, interact with the locals and taste local delicacies, in another different way. Through this walking city tour, families or groups gather clues for finding the treasure. They have to solve riddles, answer some mythology or general questions about Greece, make team decisions, and complete challenges. In the end, there is always a prize, but the most significant prize has already been taken. That is the experience of the whole game.
Treasure hunt activities are perfect for families and friends who love adventure and want to add value to their holidays. It’s an ideal activity for family bonding. Kids love games and through games will learn about Greece in the most joyful way.
These activities are held almost everywhere in Greece. According to the holiday destination, companies adjust the local element and provide a unique tour of sightseeing. The local element may concern history, culture, cuisine, etc.
Most famous destinations for treasure hunts are Crete with the Minoan culture, Rhodes with the medieval castles, Corfu with the old town, Santorini with the caldera and, volcano and many others.
Treasure hunt activities are not only for families but for larger groups of people too. It’s an ideal activity for Team Building. Company’s employees, divided into teams, work altogether, solve problems, test their skills and abilities, discover their strengths and weaknesses and get more efficient and productive. They have a common goal and teamwork is essential. A funny way, far from the office ideal for bonding with the colleagues.
This activity is a new trend quite popular in Greece. It’s funny, educational, different and memorable. Let us help you live this experience!