Outdoor Team Building Activities

A sample of popular outdoor team building activities on Koh Samui, Thailand.

Enjoy your program in the luxurious hotel grounds, ideal for

  • large group games
  • movement activities
  • active games

Choose from a range of activities to suit your target areas:

Blindfold Fill-Up

Blindfold Fill-Up - to increase cooperation and listening skills.

Teams compete to gather the most glasses of water whilst unable to see. An area is laid out on the ground, with vessels of water inside. Outside the circle are water collection points.

Get It Together

Get It Together enhances cooperation and listening skills.

A guide dog activity where participants have to collect items from another area.

Guide Dog

Guide Dog promotes communication, trust and planning.

A simple obstacle course is set up. One team member is blindfolded and led around the course by his team members: sometimes with physical contact and sometimes by verbal instructions.

Raft Challenge!

Raft Challenge encourages organisation, planning, multi tasking, and practical skills.

Using the survival game from "Activities in the Conference Room", the delegates will be presented with a dessert island survival challenge. Firstly, given a list of ten everyday items, the teams must choose which they want, and rank them in order of importance.

While they are considering this, they have second challenge. Using only bamboo growing on the island, rope and water bottles they must construct a raft and take the entire team out into the lagoon. Collecting the team flag, they must return and plant their flag on the beach signaling their escape from the island.

Running Waiter

Running Waiter is a popular game that focuses on cooperative and listening skills.

This funny yet strenuous obstacle race requires good balance and body control. The game entails two competing groups with each participant carrying a tray with two glasses full of white wine.

Toxic Waste

Toxic Waste encourages creativity and problem solving.

This exercise involves a hypothetical situation in which teams must transport a container of "toxic waste" from one location to a neutralization can.

Participants will be faced with the challenge of transporting the said waste from one container to another without coming within 8-foot proximity of it.

Equipment includes approx. 75 feet of light rope and two large cans and an old bicycle tube.

This will stimulate the team's ability to be creative with limited materials as well as solve a difficult problem within a limited amount of time.

Water Balloon Volleyball

Two teams throw a water balloon to each other. If the balloon bursts whilst a team has possession, the other team gains a point. This game promotes physical movement increases team spirit.

  • This activity is recommended for all.
  • Encourages competition and team spirit.

Water sports Regatta

Challenges can include:

  • Kayak Relay. Either in pairs or alone, team members race together to paddle over to an object, bring it back, and set off the next person.
  • Swimming and Kayak Biathlon RSelay, where teams send one member at a time to swim out and retrieve a kayak moored in the bay. Upon return, the next team member must take the kayak back to the buoy, and swim back to shore. When all team members have completed a run, the game ends.
  • Jet Ski tour of nearby islands. Nearby islands are the perfect spot for a trip and some sightseeing on the exhilarating jet skis.
  • Banana Boat Challenge. Which team can go the furthest on the banana boat before falling off? This activity requires great teamwork to keep everyone’s balance and stability.
  • Hobbie cat or laser boat race. Teams must take it in turns to launch, crew and sail the boats round a series of obstacles in a time limit.
  • Beach Volleyball. The classic beach team sport.