Incentive programmes for your employees and best performers are the ideal way to reward and motivate them to continuously strive for the high goals your organisation sets itself. We understand that great organisations have great expectations and we take it upon ourselves to deliver Extraordinary Experiences during your Incentive Programmes.


HYUNDAI’S TRIP THROUGH SOUTH INDIA

Hyundai had organised an incentive program in South India for 50 dealers from Austria. They did not just see the destinations they experienced and felt it. From a walk down the Marina Beach in Chennai while sipping on a tender coconut to a sunset boat cruise in Kerala. They visited Hyundai's manufacturing unit in Sri Perumbadur, near Chennai, saw silk weaving in the temple town of Kanchipuram and used a banana leaf for a plate while they dined in a traditional home. In Kerala, they cruised through the backwaters in a traditional houseboat and feasted on pearl spot fish. They also participated in an exclusive snake boat race against the local teams. Their journey ended with a meal at the Brunton Boatyard.

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Breaking them from their workaday daily life, the company sent the group packing for an eight-day adventure in India, and boy did they travel! By the end of their journey, some even claimed to have found themselves on the way.

Traversing through destinations immersed in Indian culture and life, the group covered Delhi, Ranthambore, Jaipur, Udaipur and Mumbai. En-route these destinations, the journey encapsulated variant scenes of Agra, Bharatpur, Talabgaon, Samode, and Pushkar.

While in Delhi, they moved around in tuk-tuks (auto rickshaws), metro and cycle rickshaws, towns of Agra, Jaipur, and Samode brought them experiences of ancient shuttling where they hopped on camels and tonga (horse-drawn carriages), and even mounted on an Elephant for a princely ride to the fort and a match of Polo!

Resigning to the local way of life, they wore colorful turbans and dupattas, danced to the tunes of Rajasthani folk music and dhol (drum beats), and even tried in all fervor to match steps with dancers. The world famous Pushkar fair became the pinnacle of this adventure with the group gripped in the classic Indian

Like a collage of memories and a medley of Indian religious, cultural, and wildlife heritage, the profound journey showcasing the expansive nature of India swayed the group into an enduring connection with its land and its people.



PLAY MOBILE’S TRIP THROUGH THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE

Play Mobiles, Poland organised an incentive trip to north India for 20 people. They wanted an experiential trip. A trip beyond regular tourist destination, to see and know real India. Their journey started with a walk around Old Delhi with kids from Salam Balak Trust after which they visited a school for orphan/street children. The next day they drove to Agra, visited the mesmerizing Taj Mahal and explored the city in a horse drawn carriage (Tonga). Their drive from Agra to Jaipur was a very eventful one. They experienced a ride in a tractor trolley, enjoyed a jeep safari of a typical Indian village and played a game of cricket with the local kids. From there they took a train to Jaipur, where richly decorated camel carts were waiting for them at the railway station to take them to their hotel. We recreated Holi (the festival of colours) for them with colours, music, folk dance, traditional snacks and drinks. They went to the local markets in an electric rickshaw, visited a local family, cooked with them and then dined together. They drove to the Naila village to savour the local sweets and delicacies before enjoying a birds-eye view of the Jaipur city from a hot-air balloon. But before the journey ended, dressed in ethnic Indian attire, they attended a big fat Indian wedding.

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Breaking them from their workaday daily life, the company sent the group packing for an eight-day adventure in India, and boy did they travel! By the end of their journey, some even claimed to have found themselves on the way.

Traversing through destinations immersed in Indian culture and life, the group covered Delhi, Ranthambore, Jaipur, Udaipur and Mumbai. En-route these ve destinations, the journey encapsulated variant scenes of Agra, Bharatpur, Talabgaon, Samode, and Pushkar.

While in Delhi, they moved around in tuk-tuks (auto rickshaws), metro and cycle rickshaws, towns of Agra, Jaipur, and Samode brought them experiences of ancient shuttling where they hopped on camels and tonga (horse-drawn carriages), and even mounted on an Elephant for a princely ride to the fort and a match of Polo!

Resigning to the local way of life, they wore colorful turbans and dupattas, danced to the tunes of Rajasthani folk music and dhol (drum beats), and even tried in all fervor to match steps with dancers. The world famous Pushkar fair became the pinnacle of this adventure with the group gripped in the classic Indian

Like a collage of memories and a medley of Indian religious, cultural, and wildlife heritage, the profound journey showcasing the expansive nature of India swayed the group into an enduring connection with its land and its people.



AKZONOBEL’S TRIP THROUGH NORTH INDIA

To bring out the leadership skills which would uplift them from mid level management to senior level to contribute directly to the organizational growth, the company send them on this unique journey to find themselves in different unexpected situations. The group arrived in different cities in four subgroups – Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad & Kolkata from different offices of the organization across the globe not necessarily knowing each other. While in Delhi, the group participated in a variety of activities, like spending a day in urban villages to live the life of a villager, participating in Yamuna cleaning program with hands-on exposure, proving service at the 'langar' of Bangla Sahib Gurudwara and much more. The group arrived in Ahmedabad, spend a day with a group of slum-kids attending the NGO-run school with the kids, visiting the health centre to interact with the doctors who usually treat these kids, spending a few hours in their homes to understand the life of a kid in a slum. While in Kolkata, the participants explored the city only by using local transport starting from black-yellow taxis, metro & rickshaws. The participants spend a day with missionaries of Charities helping in-house sisters in their daily work. Also visit a sweet shop to try their hands at the making of famous Bengali dessert, Rasgulla. The group arrived in Mumbai, travelled extensively by local train to spend a day in a fisherman’s village which is known as “Koliwara”. They even went to the sea in fisherman’s boat to try their hands at fishing. The group also spent some time at the famous red-light area, Kamathipura to see the life of a prostitute in a society like India! At the end this journey, all four sub-groups arrived in Agra for a Gala evening at an exclusive venue overlooking the Taj Mahal in a full moon night and share their stories which were life changing for each participant.

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Breaking them from their workaday daily life, the company sent the group packing for an eight-day adventure in India, and boy did they travel! By the end of their journey, some even claimed to have found themselves on the way.

Traversing through destinations immersed in Indian culture and life, the group covered Delhi, Ranthambore, Jaipur, Udaipur and Mumbai. En-route these ve destinations, the journey encapsulated variant scenes of Agra, Bharatpur, Talabgaon, Samode, and Pushkar.



NISSAN’S TRIP THROUGH INDIA

When the big bosses at the office of Europe's leading automobile company Nissan decided to treat their dealers for all the hard work, they chose not only to see and touch, but an experience to feel and cherish.

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GUY GEYSEN,
SALES DIRECTOR.
NISSAN BENELUX

“The trip to India has left a deep impact on the soul of many people. India is just as “incredible” as in the national advertising seen on National Geographic, but it is more than just the images. The most pleasant was Pushkar. I could not have imagined a better way to see and feel the sometimes strange behaviour of devotees and pilgrims, which reminded me a lot of Varanasi. Every place we visited, has treasurable memories with the fairy tale Udaipur, elephant polo match at Dera Amber, and the elephant ride to Amber Fort at Jaipur, and spotting the Tigress at Ranthambore. Also, the discovery of Chandni Chowk by rickshaw is also high on my memory list among many others.”