Adventures are designed and facilitated to expose participants to challenging exercises that makes them think about how they interact with others and to develop skills required to better plan and manage their lives.
There are a number of adventures, ranging from 20 ground level activities, 12 high rope courses to 2 cave legs
that are specifically designed for personal and team development.
A guide to types of activities, time allocation and number of participants.
GROUND LEVEL INITIATIVES
Time Allocation: 30 mins to 1 hour (per activity)
Max No. of Participants: 120
Key objectives: Overcoming self-imposed limitations and fear, encourages peer support and self-challenge.
Time Allocation: 3-4 Hours
Max No. of Participants: 40
Key objectives: Overcoming self-imposed limitations and fear, encourages peer support, motivation, task commitment, and building trust between community & SAPOL.
Cave 1: "Fox Hole": 1.5 Hours
Cave 2: "Sitting Rock": 2 Hours
Maximum No. of Participants: 5
All activities include briefing and debriefing sessions.
For further information on key objectives and activities, please select from the type of group below that best describes you.