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iGAP Activities

All activities conducted by iGAP are fully insured and we use only the most experienced and highly qualified staff to deliver these outdoor activities & indoor activities. Our safety procedures are dynamic and robust for all eventualities during any activity undertaken by our clients. You can feel sure we will deliver an outstanding experience that will stay in your memory forever.

A brief detailed description of all our outdoor activities. We hope you will find one or more that will inspire you to take the challenge.

Terrestrial Activities

  Trekking gives people a real sense of achievement knowing they have accomplished a real personal challenge through their efforts and determination.  It places people in a unique wild environment that often fills them with a sense of awe and wonder.
  Rock climbing provides excitement, challenge and an opportunity to set goals. Using specialised climbing ropes, harnesses, helmets and other hardware, climbing provides appropriate challenges for just about each level of experience and fitness.
  Mountain biking & Motorbike expedition: Pedalling off-road on mountain bikes is fun and sometimes challenging for groups to travel through the bush whilst exploring natural environments.
  Abseiling or Rappelling is a technique developed in rock climbing to safely move down vertical spaces, such as cliff faces. Increasingly popular as a stand-alone outdoor sport, abseiling provides opportunities to explore goal setting, challenges, trust and communication.
  Camping is an outdoor recreational activity. The participants leave the hustle-bustle life of urban areas, their home region and enjoy nature while spending one or several nights outdoors, usually at a campsite. 
  Hill Walking bridges the gap between Rambling and Mountaineering. It is a fantastic outdoor activity for all ages and abilities to enjoy, ranging from short to long treks taking in breathtaking scenery. It provides opportunities to learn new or refresh previously taught navigation, safety and other important skills to help make you more efficient and effective in the hills.
  Mountain Expeditions

Water Activities

  Rafting or white water rafting is a great way to travel through some very interesting places. Whether undertaking a 2 week river journey in a remote area carrying all equipment on white water rafts or a 2 hour rafting trip closer to home, rafting provides opportunities to explore some of the skills of teamwork, leadership and organisation in some unique and important environment.
  Kayaking is a great way for individuals to travel on swift water. Using double bladed peddles; kayakers learn to deal with the various challenges of getting where they want to go in the dynamic and exciting environment of moving water.
  Scuba diving is a form of underwater diving in which a diver uses a scuba set to breathe underwater
  Canoeing is operating in boat based on teams of two. Both the groups will learn the skills they need to travel distances across water. Cooperation, communication, teamwork and trust will all come into play during the canoe journey.
  Snorkelling is the practice of swimming on or through a body of water while equipped with a diving mask, a snorkel and usually swim fins.
  Sledding is a great way to explore rivers when the water is at lower levels. Made from Hyperlon rubber, just like white water rafts, river sleds are a modern and specially designed version of the old 'lilo'. Sledding provides opportunities to explore the river environment at closer range.

Snow Activities

  Snow Trekking
  Skiing is a way of travelling in alpine environment that allows groups to travel to unique places full of picturesque natural scenery.
  Snowboarding is one of the most popular alpine sports. It provides a great way of experiencing the thrill of snow sports in a short time frame.
  Ice climbing is the activity of ascending inclined ice formations. Usually, ice climbing refers to roped and protected climbing of features such as icefalls, frozen waterfalls and cliffs and rock slabs covered with ice refrozen from flows of water.

Forest Activities

  Jungle safari is an overland journey to observe and capture in camera animals and other wildlife.
  Bird watching is the observation of birds as a recreational activity. It often involves a significant auditory component as many bird species are more easily detected and identified by ear than by eye.

Aero Activities

  Gliding is a recreational activity in which pilots fly unpowered aircraft known as gliders or sailplanes using naturally occurring currents of rising air in the atmosphere to remain airborne.
  Hot air ballooning is the activity of flying hot air balloons. Attractive aspects of ballooning include the exceptional quiet (except when the propane burners are firing), lack of the feeling of movement and bird's eye-view.
  Parasailing is a recreational kiting activity where a person is towed behind a vehicle (usually a boat) while attached to a specially designed canopy wing that reminds one of a parachute known as a parasail wing.

High and Low Rope Activities

  High Rope courses are a series of elements located at 15 or more feet off the ground. They test the physical strength, stamina, agility, balance and flexibility of the participants and invite them to confront such emotional issues as the fear of heights, the fear of failure and the fear of losing control. Course elements can be designed to focus on individuals, partners or small teams.
  Low ropes course are hybrids of the high course elements strung together in succession one to two feet above the ground.  Group participants are trained to manage risk by aggressively spotting individuals as they make their crossing.  Focus is on both-team and individual efforts. 
  Flying Fox Adventurers have a number of turns on a tandem flying fox. Distance of the flying fox is approximately 50m. Also, you will learn basic skills and tricks on the trampoline and if time allows, you will be involved in a team building game.


  Outdoor/indoor team activities are an important part of team development. It compliments individual and collective training by means of comfort & stretch. We know that using the 'Outdoors' as a vehicle for developing teams is not about getting wet, exciting and thrilling. We understand your ethos of good team building which is to develop peoples' ability to work with others by developing collaboration, communication, taking personal responsibility, and leadership through practical problem solving.