The moss covered trees and narrow streets of St. Augustine are perfect for the GeoQuest treasure hunt, a GPS- fueled team building activity!
Beautiful St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European settlement in the U.S., founded by the Spanish in 1565. The Plaza de la Constitucion is the heart of the downtown area, with most of St. Augustine’s historic buildings just a block or two away. Perhaps the most significant structure is the Castillo de San Marcos, the fort constructed by the Spanish between 1672 and 1695. The Castillo has never been conquered – largely due to its special shell stone (coquina) construction which absorbs the blasts from cannonballs rather than crumbling.
In GeoQuest Small teams of 4-6 will search for clues hidden throughout the town at sites such as the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse, Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, and of course the Castillo. There might even be a hint as to the location of a certain fountain that Ponce de Leon was searching for.
The oceanfront ambiance of St. Augustine is also ideal for another team event, Deep Water Adventure. Participants must protect the Earth from invasion by an evil alien species intent on stealing all the life from our seas. With only 20 days until it’s too late, teams must disable the underwater alien communication system or life as we know it on the planet is doomed. If your group is looking for a highly engaging team building exercise that tests their ability to work together, efficiently utilize resources and effectively communicate, Deep Water Adventure is it.
Discover a wide of range of team building events that can be held in St. Augustine. FL.