In Touch with the Nature of Things

Unique Corporate Teambuilding Experiences at Reptilia
Unique Corporate Teambuilding Experiences at Reptilia

My family and I recently visited Reptilia; an indoor reptile exhibit and educational zoo facility located in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada (known as “the city above Toronto”). As I was investigating the venue, I noticed that they host unique teambuilding experiences for corporate events. Where the groups can actually hold these exotic and very dangerous animals (read my words, SNAKES!!!) under the close supervision of the Reptilia team leaders. If you are looking to get your team to “think outside the box”, I think this unique experience will do it! Ha!

Not only does your team get to touch and feel the animals, they will also learn the history and facts of the species and the worlds they come from. As we walked around all the different glass-encased exhibits, it was amazing (and I’ll admit eerie) to see these life-like sized animals, that are typically seen on Animal Planet and Discovery Channel. Crocodiles, alligators, iguanas, frogs, snakes, so many snakes ….but the kids were in awe more than I!

Your team not only can hold a boa constrictor or tarantula in their hands, they can have their photo taken with them too! This can prove to be a fun yet informational corporate teambuilding outing for any department looking to escape the everyday jungle they call their workplace. I’m sure it will be an experience that they’ll never forget!

For more information on how to book your next corporate teambuilding experience and/or event at Reptilia, please visit their website for more details:
http://www.reptilia.org/appearances-corporateevents.html

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