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San Diego Segway Tours: Roll to Teambuilding Results

Confucius once said, "What I hear, I forget. What I see, I remember. But what I do, I understand." More than ever, meeting planners are looking for memorable, unique teambuilding activities that create hands-on fun for participants, but also translate to actual benefits for their business. With a brand new fleet of Segways, Paradise Point is helping clients roll their way to teambuilding results with San Diego Segway tours and activities.

A Segway tour is the ideal way to see the 44-acre island that makes up San Diego’s conference destination, as well as the surrounding areas. Glide along Mission Bay’s miles of waterfront bike paths in a formal tour, or stick to the island resort for an in-depth look at Paradise Point’s storied history.

For groups, Segway tours in San Diego provide the opportunity to get out of the conference room and into the driver’s seat (literally) of a fast-paced experience that will force them to be active, build trust, improve communication, and enhance group collaboration.

San Diego Segway tours are also a great option for green meetings since they are 100% electric and allow you to cover long distances and get to know their conference destination while having a minimal effect on the environment.

Some ways you can incorporate a Segway tour of San Diego into your next meeting:

  • Kick off the meeting with an unforgettable entrance via Segway
  • Segway relays or obstacle challenges
  • Scavenger hunts that cover large areas
  • Stand-alone activity for attendees to do during down time

San Diego segway tours - a unique teambuilding activitiy tried & true by Team Paradise.

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