5 Winning Treasure Hunt Combinations.

5 Winning Treasure Hunt Combinations.

Posted on: 08/07/2022

Over the past month it has become very clear to me that a bespoke or personalised treasure hunt can provide the perfect complement to other activities. Alternatively, it can be a highlight that is then celebrated with food and drink afterwards. Here are five ,recent, great ideas that Black Cat can vouch for first hand or has prepared to happen soon.
1. Preceding a Cocktail Masterclass.
The classic combination of teamwork and discovery followed by learning a new skill and making your own cocktails. Black Cat attended the launch Of Brighton`s Old Ship Hotel`s cocktail masterclass. Earning three refreshing drinks after exploring the quirky attractions of the city is the perfect way to make good use of a day or an afternoon/evening.

2. Themed Treasure Hunt discussed over an Indian buffet and drinks on ice. 
Pirate theme
I`m missing this one already! A teambuilding treasure hunt, with a convincing pirate theme, was celebrated afterwards as the results were read out, and engraved treasure chests (complete with golden, chocolate coins) awarded. The buffet and chilled drinks served in St Ann`s Well Garden, Hove went down very well.

3. Hen party-beachside bar-karaoke.
A classic combination, but nevertheless a winner every time. Treasure hunts are great for getting people to mix and have fun together who may never have met before. Black Cat can attend on the day to do the organising and the all important marking afterwards whilst you relax to the sound of the nearby waves and with a drink in the sunshine. By then you will be ready to belt out a few of your favourites at the Karaoke. Want to get 20% off your booking? Black Cat can help with a nice little link up to Lucky Voice karaoke. Ask for a codeword on your treasure hunt booking form.

4. 50th Birthday, Driving Treasure Hunt Followed By Prizegiving Pizza Time.
Ok..so strictly speaking this one hasn`t happened yet, but it is just around the corner. A returning booking who have used a Wacky Races theme in the past are primed and ready for action around a selection of towns and villages in East Sussex. I can`t wait to be there on the day for this one.
The competitors (and I) love a challenge. Sherlock Holmes might feature...pizza definitely will as the consumable treasure afterwards.

5. Garden Treasure Hunt Followed By Birthday Tea.
Well, I`m not invited to the birthday cake side of things, but a childrens birthday treasure hunt in a large garden and surrounds can be talked about for days afterwards when done properly. As with the other four suggestions the main skill is making the questions,challenges and tone of the hunt appropriate to the audience. The correct sense of humour helps a lot too. Everything is in place for a successful event and this upcoming one is not even in Sussex. Black Cat likes a day out too.

Do you need some ideas of how to fit a treasure hunt into your day out or weekend away then just get in touch by contacting Black cat on info@blackcattreasurehunts.co.uk or call (01323) 655346. Maybe you have your own ideas like these ones above. I`d love to hear them and really like a challenge!




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