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  At LEO Outbound & Adventure Sports all our activities are divided into 2 parts. “Adventure Activities” & “Corporate Games”.

Most of our Adventure Activities and Corporate Games are designed in a flexible setup that can be carried to any of the desired locations by our clients within Mumbai or for that matter anywhere in India or outside.

Adventure Activities
Corporate Games
Leo Adventure Sports Paint Ball
Leo Adventure Sports Zorbin Ball
Leo Adventure Sports Rafting
Leo Adventure Sports Raft Building
Leo Adventure Sports Water Sports
Leo Adventure Sports Rapelling
Leo Adventure Sports River / Valley Crossing
Leo Adventure Sports Burma Bridge
Leo Adventure Sports Flying Fox
Leo Adventure Sports Rock Climbing
Leo Adventure Sports Trekking
Leo Adventure Sports Mission Impossible
Leo Adventure Sports Para Sailing
Leo Adventure Sports Para Gliding
Leo Adventure Sports Green Mile
Leo Adventure Sports Huff N Puff
Leo Adventure Sports Acid River
Leo Adventure Sports Tyre N Pole
Leo Adventure Sports Animal Instinct
Leo Adventure Sports Blind Sheep
Leo Adventure Sports Minesweeper
Leo Adventure Sports Bomb Squad
Leo Adventure Sports Kettle of Fish
Leo Adventure Sports Mats
Leo Adventure Sports Spider's Web
Leo Adventure Sports Marbleo
Leo Adventure Sports Blind Square-Making
Leo Adventure Sports Entangle
A sharp crack splinters in your ear. A paintball explodes on the oil drum you are hiding behind. You can feel the splatter of the paint flying onto you. Suddenly the air stings with the sound of paintballs whizzing through. Everyone dives for cover, the hiss of paintballs grazing within inches really gets the adrenaline pumping.

Signaling to your team mates you crawl out into the open. With your finger poised on the trigger, you squeeze, raining paint onto your unsuspecting foe. It's over in seconds, a glorious defeat, but now onward to capture their flag.
Zorbing is the practice of human’s transparent plastic with globe riding performed on gentle slope & level surface.

The sphere is a double-hulled, with one ball inside the other with an air layer in between.

It acts as a shock absorber for the rider, dampening the bumps while rolling.
Rafting or whitewater rafting is a challenging recreational activity utilizing a raft to navigate a river or other bodies of water.

This is usually done on whitewater or different degrees of rough water, in order to thrill and excite the raft passengers. The development of this activity as a leisure sport has become popular since the mid 1970s.
Raft building is an excellent activity for body and mind! It traditionally involves building a raft from various objects, usually pioneering poles, barrels or tubes, planks and ropes you can test your skills and innovation in a quest to build the ultimate craft….well one that stays afloat anyway! Once you have created your unsinkable vessel, you take to the water with your approved craft, kitted out with buoyancy aids, helmets and paddles to put it to the test and race against other teams! Don't worry though if your raft turns out to be a mini Titanic, safety marshals will be close by to assist you! This is also of fun for adults, children and groups alike!
There are a large number of sports that involve water. The following is a List of water sports, divided by category. These categories are based on the relation of the Sports to the Water.

1] In the Water. E.g... (Swimming, Triathlon & Snorkeling)

2] On the Water E.g... (Jet Ski, Kayaking, Rafting & Surfing)

3] Under Water. E.g... (Scuba Diving & Under Water Photography)
Abseiling or Rappelling is the technique of the abseil (or rappel) method of roping down or descending down a fixed rope on a rock-face or mountain side. The participants are secured safely to a harness and belay rope, which are handled by an instructor.

The participants walk down backwards parallel to the ground at a 90 degree angle to the rock-face while the rope is let out slowly from their hands. The other end of the rope is secured on the top of the rock-face with the instructor. This is an adventure sports activity that helps develop courage, motor-skills, co-ordination & balance

There are quite a few variations of Rappelling - Face Forward, Back Forward, Overhang etc.
In this adventure sports activity, a rope is tied across a river on the two river banks. The participants cross the river one-by-one.

Each participant is harnessed and the belay / safety rope is in the hands of the instructor. The participant is attached to the primary rope with the help of a carabiner - the participant is parallel to the rope. The participant then has to use his / her hands to pull himself / herself to the other end of the river. This activity also takes care of enhancing motor-skills as well as courage.
The Burma Bridge structure has two parallel ropes - one above the other - strung from poles / trees, at a height of 25 feet.

Participants are divided into teams. At one time, two participants will climb the structure from two opposite ends using ladders and walk across the ropes to the centre of the structure. They will walk on one rope while holding the other one at shoulder / head height for support.

The participants will be secured with harnesses and the guiding / belay ropes will be handled by instructors.
The Flying Fox structure consists of one rope tied diagonally at two ends between two poles / trees.

The maximum height from where the participant starts is 25 feet and the minimum height where the participant drops off is 6 - 8 feet. All participants are harnessed at their backs / chests with a pulley and rope and the guiding rope is handled by an instructor. The participants slide down toward the lower end of the rope.

This is an adventure sports activity involving a test of courage and focus [ target-practice ] and it also helps build team support and group dynamic skills.
Depending on the fitness levels of participants, various rock faces can be chosen for rock-climbing – whether natural or artificial walls.

At all times, participants are secured with a safety rope and harness while they use their bare hands and feet to climb up a rock-face.
Cross-country trekking according to the terrain as specified by the client : hills and mountains as well as forests can be covered.

The time of day : night trekking as well as day trekking for one-day treks can be arranged for.

Longer treks are well-planned with all necessary safety equipment, guides, food and water and sleeping equipment.
This activity involves five participants in each team, where the Seeker is secured with a harness and five ropes - one rope is tied vertically to the Seeker’s back, where he / she dangles parallel to the ground [ just like Tom Cruise’s antics in the movie with the same name ], the other four ropes are given into the hands of the other team members - one rope per person.

The aim of the Seeker is to collect various objects strewn in a square / rectangle-shaped enclosure as the other team members guide him / her by pulling at the ropes in their hands. This activity helps develop better group-dynamics and also helps to strengthen the team.
Parasailing, also known as parascending, is a recreational activity performed on land or water, where a person is towed behind a vehicle (usually a boat or a jeep) while attached to a specially designed parachute, known as a parasail. The vehicle then drives off, carrying the parascender into the air.
Paragliding is a recreational and competitive flying sport. A paraglider is a free-flying, foot-launched aircraft. The pilot sits in a harness suspended below a fabric wing, whose shape is formed by its suspension lines and the pressure of air entering vents in the front of the wing. Thus enabling the pilot to glide through in mid air.
Participants have to create the longest possible chain using only things that have on them - clothes, shoes, etc. Whatever items they have need to be touching each other and the link should not be broken till the time all other teams have completed and all chains created have been measured. The team with the longest chain wins.
Participants are divided into teams. A structure with two ends will be setup with a paper cup strung on a thread at one end. Each team member will then have to move the cup from one end to another by blowing into it.

Whichever team finishes first will be the winner. [ Each member of the team will blow the cup from one end to the other individually ]. This game aims to energize the participants - it brings them to their knees quite literally - with lots of energy and cheering.
Participants are divided into multiple teams. Each team is provided with set of props, in pairs e.g. Chairs, Bricks or Logs. Each team has to pick one pair of prop out of the given list. There would be a certain distance (Acid River) that would be marked for every team to cross over

The Objective of the game is to cross over with the prop that each team has picked without any of the team members falling into the Acid River in the process.

Whichever team finishes transferring all of its Teammates on the other side first will be the winner.
Each team has to create a human pyramid so that they can reach the top of a pole and ring / stack it with tyres. From the time the team crosses the start line, till the time they have stacked all the tyres, they are not allowed to make any noise - absolute silence till they are back to their original line after completing the activity.

Another thing to be kept in mind is that they cannot throw the tyre over the pole so that it hits the ground or the pole, they have to gently slide it down till the bottom of the pole. This game requires good physical prowess and a sense of balance as well as discipline. The team gets to evaluate levels of trust and support within the group.
One person from the team is chosen and blindfolded. The rest of the team members stand in one straight line and using animal sounds, have to guide the blindfolded team member across an obstacle course.

The team is allowed to use only verbal instructions in the form of animal sounds - they can decide beforehand which animal sound represents which direction etc. Each team has to complete this activity three times - like three level of a video game and the game gets tougher with the obstacle course arrangement getting more complicated with each level.
One of the group members should be designated as the shepherd (team leader), the rest of the team members are blindfolded & scattered in a given area. Using animal sounds, the shepherd needs to guide the blindfolded team members one at a time from their scattered position into the marked out area which will be known as the pen.

The team is strictly allowed to use only verbal instructions in the form of animal sounds - they can decide beforehand which animal sound represents which direction etc.
Participants from each team will stand together on each other's sides and their hands and feet will be tied to the hands and feet of their adjacent partner.

With this arrangement, they have to then cross an obstacle course. The obstacle course, in this case will be strewn with some tyres, which this human chain then has to pass through. This game requires a bit of out-of-the-box thinking to clear the obstacle course and also requires good team coordination, enthusiasm, timing and basic physical prowess.
The setup for this game includes a perforated piece of metal, the size of a plate, tied on six ends with ropes that hold the plate in the center. There is a ball or other object placed in the middle on the plate and the goal of each team is to transport this contraption from point A to B

This is a time-based game, dropping the ball more than three times disqualifies the team. Minimum physical prowess but a high level of coordination and cooperation is required to win this game.
Each team will be provided with an empty bucket. The bucket will have a number of holes varying in dimension and placement. There will be a ball placed inside the empty bucket and the goal of each team is to get the ball out of the bucket without touching the ball or disturbing the bucket - except managing the holes.

This game requires basic physical prowess and it also allows the group to analyze who fits what role best - consensus and coordination determine winners.
A game based on the Brain-vita board-game There are 21 mats placed in one straight line. The center mat is empty and two teams of ten each face each other. There is one person on one mat. The aim is for both teams to exchange places. They start facing each other and the game needs to end with their back to each other.

Two people are not allowed on one mat and one mat stays empty at all times. One person is allowed to take only one step at a time.
Participants are divided into multiple teams. Each team has a rope structure with multiple gaps like a Spider’s Web.

The Objective of the game is to help each team member to pass through these gaps without making contact with the rope in the process. Also once a member has been passed through the gap that gap gets shut and cannot be used again.

Whichever team finishes passes majority of its Teammates on the other side of the Web without making contact with the rope will be the wining Team.
Each team member is given a one-foot piece of bamboo, which has also been sliced down the middle to create a half-tube.

The aim is to pass marbles from one member’s bamboo tube to the other’s without dropping or touching the marble within a certain time limit. The last team member has to drop the marble into a glass.

At any stage including dropping the marble in the glass, if the marble is touched by anyone’s hand or dropped to the ground, the team needs to start over for that particular marble.
All team members are blindfolded - including the group leader. A length of rope is given to the team members and with their blindfolds on, they have to create a square shape out of the rope.

There is a time limit and the team that wins is the one that manages to create a shape closest to a square within that time limit.
This is a preferred last game after all activities are over as this serves to unify the whole group - all 250 people stand in a rough circle with their arms linked - holding hands.

Without breaking the circle, the instructor or team members from Leo will start entangling the circle by going under other participants arms and creating knots. Once the instructor decides that the knot if fairly complicated, the participants have to disentangle the knot and re-form the original circle.

At no point should the circle break - it has to be done without leaving hands.
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