Sukkot and Corona doesn’t have to add up to being miserable and lonely at home!
Call your friends and family, wherever they are in the world and invite them to join you on the ScaVentures Israel Trail (שביל ישראל) Amazing Race. This is an online team game, with offline challenges that need to be completed in teams. Your group can be 15 participants divided into teams, or 150 participants divided into teams – or any amount of participants between that! On the ScaVentures Israel Trail Amazing Race, we will be racing across Israel from top to bottom on the Shvil Yisrael, the Israeli National hiking trail. But this race isn’t just about speed, it’s about working with your team, bringing your creativity, and having FUN!
The Israel Trail Dash is an online team challenge that can be played from home or anywhere in the world. You assemble your group (you can be physically together or separate), you divide your group into teams and each team competes against the other to complete missions within a set time. Missions are completed in stages and as teams gather enough points in each stage the next stage is opened. Teams work together to complete the missions and create videos or photos that prove that they have done that. There is a mix of mission types that include anything from researching a random topic, to putting together an online game to challenging someone to a lip sync competition. Minimum participants: 15. Maximum participants: no max. Appropriate for families and groups with kids starting from age 6.
1320 NIS for up to 15 participants, 1870 NIS for up to 25 participants, 2200 NIS for up to 35 participants, each additional participant 40 NIS SUKKOT SALE 1500 NIS for up to 25 participants, each additional participant 30 NIS
$390 NIS for up to 15 participants, $550 NIS for up to 25 participants, $650 NIS for up to 35 participants, each additional participant $10 SUKKOT SALE $435 for up to 25 participants, each additional participant $8
* Discounts availalable for groups bigger than 100 participants, youth groups, schools and educational institutions