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Your Guide to Corporate Team Building Activities in San Francisco

Scavenger/Treasure Hunt This seems one of the most popular activities around according to some of the polls on the internet. It is very simple, requires as little as two hours, and is less expensive compared to other activities. Mr. Treasure Hunt Offers a variety of locations as museums and zoos in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley SF Treasure Hunts he original designers of clue-based treasure hunts that teach effective collaboration, communication, and decision-making skills since 1988 Clash If you are looking for more wild hunts, Clash will be the one. Sailing and Boating Never thought of sailing and boating as a team-building activity? Well, me either! Sure looks fun to sail around the beautiful bay. Why Sailing? Here is what OCSC has to say: "Only about four percent of Bay Area residents have ever been on the Bay, and while people come from all over the world to take in the view from Golden Gate Vista Point, just like most residents, few of them have the chance to see one of the world's most beautiful places from the vantage point of water. But seeing the city skyline, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz from the Bay is simply a thrill. Give your people a chance for the experience of a lifetime." OCSC Sailing Started in 1979. Now has three docks with over 50 boats right on San Francisco Bay, a club room with stunning views, state-of-the-art classrooms, a pro shop, a gear rental, and a professional service department. San Francisco Sailing Company If $45 90-minute sailing tour sounds great to me! Book now. They are ready for you with beautiful boats like Santa Maria and Privateer. Captain Kirk's Sailing Adventures Captain Kirk has over 30 years of sailing experience including 20 years of experience sailing San Francisco Bay and one ocean crossing. He also has a master's degree from Stanford. His Yacht Osprey looks fantastic. J World For over 16 years, J World has been ranked the “best sailing school in America.” Culinary Team Building Unlike many other activities, I personally think the best part of culinary team building is eating. Here are a few SF Bay Area companies that offer unique culinary team-building activities. Breakthrough Sushi (that's us!) The one and only culinary team building company specializing in sushi class, taught by Japanese Sushi Chef using organic and sustainable fish. You can ask all the questions you always wanted to ask a sushi chef and you will get all the answers, too! Fun and memorable culinary experience to enrich everyone's life. Parties that Cook For over 15 years, Parties that Cook has been providing fun and educational corporate team building cooking classes in San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and Chicago. They have 4dz. venue options and 8 different menus to choose from. Hands-on Gourmet If you need a venue for your culinary team-building event, they got it! Hands-on Gourmet has a very nice loft-style kitchen at their headquarters in Dog Patch. Like Parties that Cook, they too have many menus to choose from. Jordan's Kitchen If you are looking for an intimate culinary team-building class with a chef, try Jordan's Kitchen. After finishing a six-month stage at Restaurant Gary Danko, in 2008 Jordan’s Kitchen cooking classes took off and chef Jordan has been offering the most hands-on cooking classes in San Francisco. Executive Chef Graduate of California Culinary Academy and Chez Panisse, chef Alex founded the Executive Chef. They offer lots of venue options! Other Activities Go Games Location-based puzzles, undercover operatives, and creative missions are designed to get players communicating, problem-solving, and laughing. TeamBonding They say they are California's Leading Team Building Company, and they sure do have tons of activities: from scavenger hunts to Bike Building as a Charity Team Building Event over 100 different activities to choose from. Leader's Institute Offer to build a bike, The Ace Race (build an entire miniature golf course out of non-perishable food items like canned goods and cereal boxes. ), and The Camaraderie Quest (high tech treasure hunt using iPads)

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