Wild Place Away Day
Clear the clutter, ditch the corporate conference room and take business outdoors with Wild Place Project's away day package.
Bring your work to the country and enjoy rustic meeting space, followed by the choice of exhilarating and dynamic group activities in the afternoon.
Activities specially designed:
To improve and develop team working relationships
To utilise communication and decision making skills
For members to appreciate roles and responsibilities within the team
For members to work together to reach a common goal
To be fun and engaging in a unique, memorable setting
You can choose from Tour, Feed & Team Quiz, Situation Survival or Action & Adventure.
Full Away Day package including entry to Wild Place Project, meeting space, working lunch & refreshments throughout and your choice of teambuilding activity is only £89pp plus VAT.
The newly opened Camp Baboon at Wild Place Project is offering businesses a unique and exclusive opportunity to take staff or clients away for a night in the company of giraffe, zebras, cheetahs and baboons.
Its 10 luxury cabins sit in the stunning surroundings of the ancient woods at Wild Place Project, off junction 17 of the M5, just yards from some of the most exotic animals on Earth.
Corporate guests at Camp Baboon can enjoy:
Exclusive use and access to the entire Camp Baboon site
Private twilight and morning tours of the park with park rangers
Dinner at the Courtyard Café
Team building opportunities
The chance to toast marshmallows over a fire pit in the evening
All-inclusive breakfast with our giraffe in their new £1 million Giraffe House before the park opens to the public
Private all-day use of the stunning Giraffe Boardroom, in the new giraffe house, either on the day of arrival or the following day
Specially designed team building quiz, either on the day of arrival or the following day
Opportunities to feed animals
Camp Baboon is available for corporate bookings from Sunday to Thursday inclusive. For more information about visiting Wild Place Project visit the website at www.wildplace.org.uk