Tips From Around The World


Traveling is the perfect way to spend quality time with family and friends. Moreover, it is also benefits corporation with teambuilding. Participating in team-building vacations engages team communication, exposes individuals with leadership qualities, provides workers with a recreational break, which then helps them develop better ideas, and serves as a reward for the staff. Check out some cool travel ideas below!

Port of Barcelona, Spain

This vacation destination serves as a great place for families and friends to spend a day sailing with a beautiful view of the city. Sailing the glossy waters is best in the summer, when it is warm enough to jump in the sea and swim while surrounded with a gorgeous mountain scenery.

Kardamena Harbor, Greece

Another superb location for boat trips is at the Zeus Superior. This five-star trip is one that is needed to be reserved well in advanced since it is one of the best attractions in the area. This boat ride is complete with an option of ording a meal and stops for snorkling and swimming.

Boat tours in Bahama

This picturesque scenery in the Bahamas is one of the best you can get with its clear, aqua waters surrounding its islands. The best parts about these boat tours is that they are available in packages. You may choose to tube, fish, knee-board, and snorkle with your company of family or friends.

Avenida Javea, Spain

The perfect corporate trip! With beautiful cliffs and cool waters, kayaking with your corporate collective would be a blast at this vacation destination. Corporation teams here may decide to stop to look at sea caves, secluded beaches, and snorkling.

Cape Town, Africa

Shark spotting! Another corporate trip that is actually listed among vacation destinations for corporations in North America, Africa, and Australia. This wild outdoor activity consists of cage dives for groups, spotting or hunting, and the great white shark, scientifically the Carcharodon Carcharias.

Groton, Connecticut

The final corporate activity on this list is the Survival Systems. It is known for its eight hour program that consists of escaping from underwater, leaping from high heights, raft evacuations, and water survival. This corporate survival program also includes a course on how to be saved.


Some tidbits of advice for international travellers: Many non-USA countries do not accept a passport that is less than six months away from expiration date. If the trip is a longer one, setting up a bank account in Charles Schwab or Fidelity will make it cheaper for you to use money with a credit card. To save money, book your ticket from the site of your travel destination. That’s it for this article, be sure to have fun and stay safe!