Unique Local Incentive Trips for your staff
Are you are looking for great ideas on weekend-away staff incentive trip destinations, and fun things to do to motivate your staff?
Staff motivational weekends have been proven to improve companies’ productivity. It’s one of those ‘good incentives’ that companies use to show appreciation for their staff members, while uniting them as a team.
Unique local incentive trips can be professionally organised on your behalf, with all details taken care of, so that you can have as good a time as your employees. It’s all about the experience – for everyone involved.
Uniquely Local incentive trips in South Africa:
Luckily, in big, beautiful and diverse South Africa, there are many options for unique local incentive trips. Put in professional experience management hands, and you can enjoy some truly special experiences – tailor-made for your company and your staff.
Destination-based incentive trips can start with your choice of an SA location, or they can start with what you want your staff to experience:
Great SA experiences:
Ocean-based – how about a yacht charter? For the whole trip or included in the trip
Safaris – ‘not so unique’ you are thinking…so how about including a horseback safari? Or an ocean safari on a whale-watching boat (Destinations: Garden Route / Cape Town / Hermanus).
Adventure activities: It’s South Africa – take your pick! From dune boarding to ziplining, white shark cage diving to 4X4ing.
There really is no limit to what a professional and creative corporate experience management team can dream up, arrange and organise for your staff incentive trip – with your input if course. Why not attain your staff team-building goals and doing something you’ve always wanted to do, but never got around to? As long as it’s something you and your staff will enjoy, then do it! Ticking off a bucket-list activity – now that’s a great incentive for a long-weekend away.
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