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Corporate Meeting Package with Team Building - 4 Days

Team Building refers to a wide range of activities, designed for improving team performance. Team building is pursued via a variety of practices, and can range from simple bonding exercises to complex simulations to develop a team.

Team building is not to be confused with “team recreation” that consists of activities for teams that are strictly recreational. It is an important factor in any environment, its focus is to specialize in bringing out the best in a team to ensure self development, positive communication, leadership skills and the ability to work closely together as a team to problem solve.

Reasons for team building:
  • Improving communication
  • Making the workplace more enjoyable
  • Motivating a team
  • Getting to know each other
  • Getting everyone “onto the same page”, including goal setting
  • Teaching the team self-regulation strategies
  • Helping participants to learn more about themselves (strengths and weaknesses)
  • Identifying and utilizing the strengths of team members
  • Improving team productivity
  • Practicing effective collaboration with team membersSpoon Challenge

Full Day Meeting Package includes the following:

  • Use of meeting room from 0900hrs to 1700hrs
  • Two Coffee/Tea break with assorted pastries for full day meeting
  • One Buffet Lunch
  • Use of one (1) flipchart and one (1) whiteboard
  • Use of writing materials
  • Mineral water and mints throughout the meeting


Choice of total 5 games. For more details of the games description, please take a look on itinerary tab.

  • Colour & Body Parts
  • Human Knot
  • Knights, Maidens &
  • Longest Line
  • Nail Challenge
  • Spoon Challenge
  • Handcuffs
  • Index Hula
  • Hula Challenge
  • Shoe Relay
  • Blindfolded Squares
  • Minefield Challenge
  • Holey Water
  • Tug of War

TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES – Outside of Resort Compound

  • Balthali Village Hiking with BBQ Lunch


  • Traditional Nepali Thali Set + Newari Cuisine

Day 1
Colour & Body Parts -

This activity is quite fun & concentrates on listening skills

and improvisation. The team is given a body part and a

colour. Each individual then has to find the colour from a

team mate’s clothing and touch the selected body part on

to that colour.

Day 2
Human Knot - Approximately 15 minutes

Standing in a circle, group members reach across and

shake hands – use hand connecting to a different person.

The group then tries to unravel the “human knot” by

unthreading their bodies without letting go of each other

people’s hands. This activity focuses on group

understanding and problem solving.

Day 3
Knights, Maidens & Cavaliers - Approximately 15 minutes

This activity builds on the spirit & fun of the previous

activity. Participants are tasks to work together to form

certain body formation as set out by the facilitator. This

activity concentrates on listening skills and bonding.

Day 4
Longest Line - Approximately 15 minutes

Teams are tasked to produce the longest line possible by

whatever means necessary & using only their bodies.

This activity focuses on bonding and improvisation.

Day 5
Nail Challenge - Approximately 30 minutes

Each team is given a spoon with a few meters of string

attached. The aim of this activity is to work together as a

team, quite ‘closely’ in fact. The spoon and string must

pass through at least 2 items of clothing on every team

member. Teams should be trying to achieve the fastest

time possible.

Day 6
Handcuffs - Approximately 30 minutes

Each team is given a set of handcuffs made from rope.

Each handcuff is interlinked with another & teams are

tasks to find the method of detaching one from the other.

Communication and cooperation are the main skills

emphasised with this activity.

Day 7
Index Hula - Approximately 30 minutes

Participants must cooperate with each other to be able to

move the hula hoop. Learning the importance of

communication to induce coordinated movement-

otherwise the hula hoop will not be able to move.


30 minutes

In groups of around 5 to 7 teams are challenged to raise

and lower the hula hoop. This task is more difficult than it

sounds – extremely precise teamwork and timing is

required to control the movement of the hula hoop, and

only by working together as a team can this challenge be completed in the best possible time.

Day 8
Hula Challenge - Approximately 15 – 20 minutes

In one or two big group circles, participants join hands

and must move one or more hula hoops around the circle

without breaking the chain. If the chain is broken then

participants who break the chain will have to do the walk

of shame at the end of the activity. This concentrates on

coordination and indeed teamwork.

Day 9
Shoe Relay - Approximately 30 minutes

Participants are split in to ‘relay’ teams and must give up

one of their footwear to the facilitator. Each team will then

face the opposite direction while their footwear is

dispersed throughout the area. The whole team must

remain facing the other direction. Each member of the

team will in turn retrieve his or her own footwear by

hopping to and fro. The first team to retrieve all of their

own footwear completes the challenge. This activity

provides a fun atmosphere for team bonding and creates

motivation and enthusiasm.

Day 10
Blindfolded Squares - Approximately 30 minutes

Teams will be challenged to form various shapes in their

own groups whilst being blindfolded. Handicaps may be

introduced to make the task more challenging, such as

limiting participants speech. Participants learn the

importance of planning to attain their goals in an untested

and unfamiliar environment, simulated by being

blindfolded. Thinking out of the box is required to act

within the limited resources available and the handicaps.

(Application of creativity & innovation). Teamwork and

cooperation will be necessary, as each member has to be

fully involved in the process.

Day 11
Minefield Challenge - Approximately 30 minutes

In this activity teams are to select one individual to be

blindfolded and the individual must retrieve certain

coloured balls, whilst receiving instructions and directions

from their team. This may sound easy but the

communication technique must not resemble any known

human language. Teams must create their own

instructions using a variety of different sounds prior to

commencing the activity. Communication and

coordination are the keys to this activity.

Day 12
Holey Water - Approximately 30 minutes

Participants are given a task that incorporates a PVC

pipe with 60 holes, which is embedded in to the ground.

Inside is a ping pong ball. They have one, 1 x Gallon

bucket, which they must fill with water, and fill up the pvc

pipe, whilst covering all the holes, to retrieve the ping

pong ball. This activity is challenging, but can bevery fun


Day 13
Tug of War - Approximately 30 minutes

Normally used as a final activity of the day, participants

are be divided in to two teams & each team will compete

with each other in a test of controlled strength and

determination. This activity is a great way to finish the

day and summarises all of the accomplishments

throughout the day.


  • 3 Breakfasts
  • 2 Lunches
  • 3 Dinners
  • 3 Nights Accommodation
  • Return Airport Transfers
  • Land Transportation
  • Full Day Meeting Room Package
  • Team Building Activities (Max. 5 games) and English Speaking Guide


  • Airfares & Taxes
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tipping
  • Any Items Not Mentioned

Types of team building exercises:


This type of team building exercise is exactly what it sounds like. Communications exercises are problem solving activities that are geared towards improving communication skills. The issues teams encounter in these exercises are solved by communicating effectively with each other.

• Goal: Create an activity which highlights the importance of good communication in team performance and/or potential problems with communication.

Problem Solving/Decision Making

Problem Solving/Decision making exercises focus specifically on groups working together to solve difficult problems or make complex decisions. These exercises are some of the most common as they appear to have the most direct link to what employers want their teams to be able to do.

• Goal: Give team a problem in which the solution is not easily apparent or requires the team to come up with a creative solution


These exercises focus on aspects of planning and being adaptable to change. These are important things for teams to be able to do when they are assigned complex tasks or decisions.

Goal: Show the importance of planning before implementing a solution

Trust Exercise

A trust exercise involves engaging team members in a way that will induce trust between them. They are sometimes difficult exercises to implement as there are varying degrees of trust between individuals and varying degrees of individual comfort trusting others in general.

• Goal: Create trust between team members

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We currently run team building programs in various locations within close proximity to our resort in Balthali mountains.

Our most popular locations for running team building are nearby the suspension bridge of Balthali.

All of our team building programs can be tailor made to meet the requirements of our clients.

We have a variety of activities which enable our clients to ‘choose’ which activities are deemed suitable.

What are the costs involved?

Each program is different and dependent on a number of factors, to include; number of participants, duration and program location.

If you have any questions, need more information or require a bespoke quotation for running a team building program, please use the contact us form below to discuss your request with a member of our team.

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