Peru Amazon Rainforest Services – Team Building
Partner with Fauna Forever in Tambopata, bring your team, and we will help develop them into a happy-and-efficient-working-machine. Over the years, working with innumerable groups of volunteers and researchers of all age groups, Fauna Forever has successfully developed a menu of proven team building activities that are aimed at building strong new teams and consolidating existing teams, by focussing on problem solving, communication skills, and helping everyone understand what motivates each team member. Team building is undertaken within a soft-ecotourism context, that is to say whilst based at a rustic but comfortable lodge or research station located in the rainforest a couple of hours from Puerto Maldonado, with accommodation consisting of twin-bed rooms with en suite bathrooms and spacious dining and meeting areas. We first set about introducing groups to this new and sometimes challenging environment, after which they begin to undertake fun, personal development activities, learning activities, and more taxing tasks, either solo, in pairs, or in larger teams depending on the activity in question. The menu of activities we offer includes rainforest orienteering, Amazon sports and games, yoga, artesan workshops, challenging treasure hunts, and hands-on-work at a wild animal sanctuary, amongst many others. Each activity is led by one of our experienced, English-speaking, team-building coordinators. Each day usually begins and ends with a light-hearted quiz, which can help test and reinforce what participants have been learning. During these workshops there will also be time set aside for individual reflection and appreciation of the Tambopata rainforest, with wildlife watching on trails, on the Tambopata River, and on majestic oxbow lakes.
The team building program described would appeal to businesses, school and university groups, as well as other not-for-profit organisations.
Why Partner with Fauna Forever?
Over the last 15 years of field research and conservation work in the Tambopata rainforest area of Peru, the Fauna Forever team has learnt how to accomplish its aims in what many would describe as a challenging environment. In this time, we have amassed a great deal of information on how to get things done efficiently, and we’re eager to share this knowledge for the benefit of others.