Take part in Driving Treasure Hunts

Explore The Limits: Land Rover Experience Treasure Hunt

Explore The Limits: Land Rover Experience Treasure Hunt

Explore the Limits A treasure hunt with Land Rover Experience. Using all the features of the latest Land Rover Experience vehicles, solve the clues on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1s. The challenges will take you around the locality putting the...
Driving Treasure Hunt Package

Driving Treasure Hunt Package

Ranger Driving Treasure Hunt Package for UK event organisers Ranger Treasure Hunt Package - for families exploring one area by car. Your Ranger Driving Treasure Hunt will be created for clients or families when your venue is based in a geographically...
Codebreaker 4x4

Codebreaker 4x4

Codebreaker 4x4 Hi Tech Treasure Hunt for UK event organisers Codebreaker 4x4 Hi Tech Corporate Treasure Hunt Package - premium treasure hunt experience. Explore the breathtaking surroundings to find the deviously hidden secret information....

What ever happened to the good old-fashioned driving treasure hunts?

Driving treasure hunts should be aimed at the whole family, taking them within a wide circumference of a base getting them to explore all the interesting nooks and crannies of the region out of reach by walking.

Typically they are based on eight clues with 15 to 20 minutes for each clue. At any moment they will never be more than ten miles from base.

Each clue should be set in a safe environment so nobody is exposed to any hazards i.e. traffic or cliff faces. Each location should present a different style of clue – from spot the difference to decoding a hidden message in a sign.

When set to last for a long time, driving hunts don’t have to have a magnificent pot of gold at the end of them – more a solution to a complex riddle unanswered for generations.

Before embarking on the hunt it is always wise to make sure you’ve got enough fuel to drive around for half a day on stop/start high fuel consumption. If you take part in any of our treasure hunts you do so at your own risk. Do not read the clues or map if you are driving.