Skiing in South Tyrol img30 img30

The Fiscalina Valley is the heart of South Tyrol. Almost 100km of ski slopes and a guarantee of sun and snow encouraged our Client to organize sales workshops in that place. All the participants loved the two days of workshops and three days of skiing.
The guests turned out to be advanced skiers, so we organized a giant slalom especially for them.  The spirit of competition raised the adrenaline level and motivated everyone to compete.
After a whole day of skiing, the guests went on to have a dog sled race.  They started the next day very early – with a balloon ride. The opportunity to see the Tyrol from the air was a unique experience. The guests were delighted!


Yucatan – in the footsteps of the Maya people’s heritage img30 img30

It was grey and gloomy outside, so we decided to take our guests (an electric sector company) to the Yucatan Peninsula, where it is always sunny.
The trip was meant to combine relaxation and integration. Therefore the programme we prepared guaranteed both these elements. The all-inclusive accommodation in one of the Barcello group hotels proved an excellent choice.
We started the integration part already at the airport, where our participants were given envelopes with guidelines on how to find Maya people’s treasure.
Over the next few days the participants were to find out that reaching the treasure required significant effort.  We went to look for clues to Chichen Itza, an ancient city of the Maya people, and to Tulum. Then we had to cross an underground river, go down by a zip-line and finally float down a wild river.  The treasure was found and the adventures were unforgettable.
We proved that a 250-member team can also be integrated: )


DUBAI - where impossible does not exist img30 img30

2016 opened with hard work.

Our guests – an IT company – spent five eventful days in Dubai. Although Dubai was rainy on our arrival, it did not stop us from pursuing our schedule.  We sailed in Dubai's Little Venice; crossed a river; visited a gold fair; rode in the desert; learned to belly dance; looked at the cityscape from the world's highest building; were enraptured with the fountain show; mustered our courage in the fastest rollercoaster; sipped cold beer and apple shisha in the open-air theatre while admiring Burj Al Arab from a distance.   There was a lot of laughter, tears and emotion, adrenaline, delight and sadness upon the return flight.