Bournemouth and the surrounding Jurassic coastline of Dorset offers masses of choice for incentive activities. Unspoilt, protected landscapes and dramatic seascapes provide an exhilarating and beautiful setting for an eclectic mix of extreme challenges, coastal treks, off-road safaris, cosy pub stops and world-class dining experiences.
Off-road driving to Corfe Castle
Change gear with an off-road driving experience like no other - a four-hour discovery of the magic of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast, the UK’s only World Heritage Site of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Guests can explore unspoilt country lanes, ancient by-ways and deep river crossings while spotting wildlife and enjoying spectacular views (when they’re not keeping their eyes on the road!).
After a well-earned pub lunch at the Castle Inn, Corfe, guests can spend a leisurely afternoon touring the 1,000 year-old castle. The castle is among Britain’s most iconic and evocative survivors of the English Civil War.
One of the best ways to explore the Dorset coastline is quite simply to jump in.
Exhilarating, exciting and challenging – and very wet, coasteering is the latest extreme team sport to hit the adrenaline highs.
Coasteering is a fabulous sea and cliff-based activity, which allows groups to explore the Jurassic Coast under the supervision of qualified and experienced instructors.
This fun water-based activity involves rock scrambling, swimming, cliff jumping and cave exploration. It will literally push your team to new heights.
Groups of eight people on four jetskis can take to the water for an unforgettable hour-long exploration of Poole harbour and Studland Bay.
Throughout the experience, instructors give ample opportunity everyone to experience both the thrill of driving and the rush of being a jetski passenger.
For larger groups, there’s alternate options to combine the jetskis with a yacht or Powerboat charter. And for the really adventurous, there’s an adrenaline-fuelled opportunity to try aquatic Jetpacking!
Dare groups to ride the world’s first pier to shore zip wire.
The Bournemouth Zip Wire 'PierZip' enables guests to soar over the sea and down to the beach.
The launch tower stands at the end of Bournemouth Pier at a height of 60 ft (18 metres), towering over the sea below.
The 250-metre dual zip line means colleagues can challenge each other in a race to the shore.