Hoek van Holland GPS tour / dropping
Are you adventurous? Were you used to playing a track finder? Then a GPS tour is just the thing for you! The newest form of adventure hiking is a GPS tour and is suitable for young and old, large and small. After we have gathered in the beach tent and several teams have been made you will get a short but concise explanation about the use of the GPS equipment. We will only start the tour if the captains are familiar with the device.
GPS tour program
At the start each team receives the coordinates on the basis of a folder and the journey can start. This folder contains not only the coordinates, but also the questions that are part of the tour. Team building, communication and a bit of creativity are among the skills needed to complete the journey successfully.
Hoek van Holland was part of the Atlantic Wall built by Hitler. As a result, Hoek van Holland has countless bunkers from the Second World War. During this trip you will pass a number of these bunkers with corresponding assignments. You then continue through the forests and dunes with the various assignments and questions. The tour ends with a large farmer's golf course. Do you hit a hole in one?
Which team reaches the final destination as the fastest and has scored the most points after answering the questions? Of course there is a reward for the winners !!
The program can be arranged yourself. ultimate can be combined with other activities.
- GPS explanation
- GPS tour with 2 team building assignments and farmers beach golf
- Award ceremony
- Possibly BBQ or a drink
Duration of GPS tour / dropping:
- 2 - 3 hours
GPS tour / dropping locations:
Beach tents GPS tour / dropping:
Prices GPS dune dropping
From 10 persons: € 20,00
From 25 persons: € 16,50
From 50 persons: € 12,50
From 100 persons: € 10,00
Prices are per person and include VAT
Dropping "By night"
Make it more exciting by performing a GPS dropping in the evening at dusk or sunset in the dark. Navigation will become more difficult. Certain places are completely dark, luckily there is GPS lighting. Now try to find your way back!