C&IT reveals top 10 most unusual experiences

Horse-whispering, marlin fishing and a chance to spin some tracks at London´s legendary Ministry of Sound are among the most unusual experiences currently being booked by corporate event planners.

C&IT reveals top 10 most unusual experiences
C&IT reveals top 10 most unusual experiences

Conference & Incentive Travel (C&IT) asked its readers to identify their top experiences in the search to find the most unusual incentives currently being booked by corporates. A selection of these appear in C&IT´s Little Book of Experiences.

Commented editor Yasmin Arrigo: "C&IT´s readers have identified a range of quirky yet aspirational incentives that take place across the globe. Furthermore, in a year defined by economic turbulence, C&IT´s Little Book of Experiences packs a motivational punch in the direction of anyone questioning the importance of incentive spend."

The top ten most unusual experiences identified by C&IT´s readers

1.       Horse-whispering at Swinton Park, UK

2.       Hot-air ballooning over Arizona at 7,000ft

3.       Marlin-fishing off the coast of Mexico

4.       The Beetlejuice show experience at Universal Studios

5.       The Suri Palace banquet in Bali

6.       Postojna caving in Slovenia

7.       Dog-sledding in Quebec

8.       Joining the carnival in Salvador, Brazil

9.       Dinner in the Palace of Nizam, Hyderabad, India

10.   DJ experience at The Ministry of Sound, London, UK

 

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