Plan>it Interactive Scavenger Hunts

The Scavenger Hunt takes the format of a typical hunt except Plan-It Interactive will take the extra step to customize this event to fit your company’s needs. Each team will begin with their supplies, such as a GPS to ensure they are moving in the right direction, a Polaroid Camera so they can document their finds, and also the list of questions and clues that will lead each team through this adventure. They are now off on the hunt, biking to find the answers and places they need to win this challenge.

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Golden Gate Park Scavenger Hunt

This Scavenger Hunt is not only a game, but also a biking trek, an orienteering exercise, a chance to learn some interesting facts and history, and a great way to learn more about your co-workers. Your group will experience a part of San Francisco in a new and exciting way while getting to know their co-workers in a way that they could never imagine within the confines of the office.

THREE KEY POINTS:

  • • The hunt usually runs around 3 hours in length.
  • • All participants are supplied with bikes.
  • • Using a GPS, a Polaroid, a map, their brains, and some teamwork, groups will be on a hunt for the answers to questions around the park.


SF Cable Car Scavenger Hunt

  • The hunt usually runs around 3 hours in length.
  • All public transportation. Cable cars and F Train.
  • Using a GPS, a Polaroid, a map, their brains, and some teamwork, groups will be on a hunt for the answers to questions around the city/parks/ wharf area.
  • Getting to know your co-workers is also an objective of this hunt. Sometimes the questions force you to find out more about the people on your team (i.e. Take a picture of the person with the most kids, longest tenure, most exotic pet, etc.)

The Hunt

  • Each team gets a booklet of questions and clues that also contains the following: Rules, GPS instructions, Helpful Tips, Point Structure, a map and a more detailed backup map (in case the team has trouble using the GPS or if there is a malfunction). The backup map is in a sealed envelope. Opening and using this map deducts points.
  • The coordinates of the GPS device determine the question's locations. The teams normally stop at 8 different locations and usually answer 1-3 questions in the area. Each question and picture taking opportunity has an assigned point value.
  • Once at the location, the group must answer the question at that spot. The GPS coordinates are preset and can take you to within 20 feet of the answer, but many coordinates are designed to only get you within the general vicinity meaning your team will have to spread out. Some questions require a picture to be taken at the spot.
  • All groups will start and end from the same location, but they will be traveling in different directions so as to minimize them from being at the same spot at the same time.
  • At the end of the hunt, the equipment and answers are turned in to Plan-It Interactive staff and the scores are tabulated.

Sample Questions:

1. At this store you will find a lot of mice but you won't call the exterminator, what is it?

The Disney Store.

2. If you follow the labyrinth how many circles will you complete?

Zero, you never cross your path to make a complete circle.

3. I was out taking a sunny afternoon stroll near here and had forgotten my watch and needed to know the time. I didn't want to bother anyone by asking. I quickly found that it was 2:30 pm. How did I do it?

Sun dial.

 
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