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A sensory experience about teamwork from a natural perspective

It’s the ideal activity for those teams that need a new perspective, fresh air for the development of skills and competencies.


  • Develop self-knowledge
  • Enrich leadership
  • Teamwork
  • Group cohesion
  • Greater involvement and commitment
  • Improve communication


  • Teambuilding / CSR
  • Format: face-to-face
  • Number of participants: 20 – 500
  • Playing time: 60' - 110' (Briefing, activity and closing)
  • Languages: Spanish and English

Reinforce teamwork with an activity based on the world of bees

Show your empathy and sensitivity to the environment

Learn to value your natural environment by taking natural and ecological actions

Improve communication between peers through a dynamic activity

The fantastic world of bees, their group work and their production as an example of life

In recent times, leadership has undergone a very important change, causing teams to feel more and more pressure to offer their best version and be the most productive possible.

Accompanied by a great beekeeping professional, we will travel through the exciting world of bees and the magnificent products that we can obtain from their teamwork or as a society.

In addition, the group will have the privilege of trying different types of honey, thus obtaining more information about themselves through a selection of honey made by each group. They will observe how these insects work and how they apply their behaviors to the world of teamwork, obtaining curious and fun conclusions.

More information about the experience

An expert in beekeeping will welcome the group and explain what the activity will consist of. He will inform them about everything related to the world and the life of bees, showing them their function and group work live. Next, the participants will carry out a tasting of different types of honey and, at the end, there will be a debrief with conclusions from the entire workshop and experience.

All the material that is needed to carry out this activity is provided by us, as well as the types of honey to carry out the tasting and all the material that this entails.

Bees are part of the biodiversity on which we all depend for survival. They provide high quality food (honey, royal jelly and pollen) as well as other products such as beeswax, propolis and bee venom. That is why bees are considered essential for people and the planet.
Beekeeping is also an important source of income for many rural livelihoods. According to FAO bee experts, a third of the world’s food production depends on bees.


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