GPS Treasure Hunts & Outdoor Activities

Discover our GPS Outdoor Activities and embark on a truly unique experience with your colleagues. Immerse yourself in an unforgettable adventure, navigating through interactive GPS-based challenges, and completing a range of engaging and creative tasks along the way. Unleash your team's creativity and collaboration skills while exploring your chosen location. Get ready for an extraordinary journey filled with lasting memories and a stronger bond with your colleagues.

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Why Choose Us For GPS Treasure Hunts/ Activities?


24/7 availability

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Benefits of GPS Outdoor Activities

Live Remote Hosts

At Wildgoose, we believe our Remote Hosts provide you with an unmatched team experience. We’re proud to have a fantastic array of expert hosts who know Wildgoose inside out, and can guide you through all of our team activities.

They’ll kick-start each event with an uplifting briefing, setting the scene, and hyping up teams. They’ll be on hand throughout your experience to provide support, keep the energy flowing, and will present an entertaining wrap-up finale. Expect collaboration, lots of laughs, and most importantly plenty of fun!

Why Play a GPS Outdoor Activity?

Whether you're looking to explore your favourite city, let loose your inner 007 or dive into some action-packed suspense Dan Brown-style, our outdoor activities are designed to engage your inner explorer! We provide over 2,000 fun, interactive team events each year for 70,000 participants living in 23 different countries around the world. Our interactive challenges are designed to get you thinking!

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