Adventure Games

What are Adventure Games & Activities?
When was the last time you challenged yourself? When was the last time to set out to do something that challenges your skills. Have you spent time in self-analysis and development beyond academics?

Studies of the Use of Wilderness for Personal Growth, Therapy, Education, and Leadership Development by Gregory T. Friese, J. Taylor Pittman, and John C. Hendee at University of Idaho Wilderness Research Center and other research by Wilson 2000, Gatzemann 2008, Neill 2008 suggests participation in wilderness experience programs results in positive benefits, such as enhanced self-esteem and sense of personal control. Research evidence suggests that outdoor adventure programmes have positive effect on people’s attitudes, beliefs and self-perceptions – examples of outcomes include independence, confidence, self-esteem, internal locus of control, self-efficacy, personal effectiveness and coping strategies. interpersonal and social skills – such as social effectiveness, communication skills, group cohesion and teamwork.
Why Outdoor Adventure Games?
Research by Eaton (2000) found that outdoor learning experiences were more effective for developing cognitive skills than classroom based learning.
With the premise that experiential learning has valuable learning implications, we conduct training that uses simulation techniques and application of behavioural competencies in various team activities, behavioural observations and feedback, helping participants translate and maintain learning in daily practices.
Archery Gaming Street
Artificial Rock Climbing Rope Activities
Bungee Jumping Swoop
Family Entertainment Zipline
Flying Fox Zorbing
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