According to legend, a valuable treasure chest buried by pirates is still undiscovered in the area. No one remembers where exactly though. However, a story remains, along with an empty chart and a pair of weird 10D glasses. If you fill in the chart, you will see the location of the treasure chest with the special glasses. To get the information for the chart, you will have to undertake a long walk – an adventure in many different countries.
During the adventure, you will end up in different countries. Every control point is a country and a questions or “head of state” with an additional assignment awaits you in each country. The goal of your team is to answer the questions and arrive safely and on time at the finish. To do this, you and the team have to solve five assignments.
You will get a map and grid to take along on the walk. The map is the life line of your team; based thereon, you will find all the necessary points. The grid will be filled out in the course of the adventure. The team must reach the endpoint within the time limit. The team can choose their own sequence of visiting all the points. If you are able to surmise an answer without actually going to the point you can also skip these points.
For the successful completion of the adventure, the contribution of all the participants is necessary. The adventures (or team exercises) in the various countries require cooperation between the team members.
The teams must be at the finish point by a specific time, when they will be given special 10D glasses. By looking at their answers with the glasses, it will become clear where the treasure is buried.
The more correct answers a team has, the quicker they will find the location. The first one to see the solution on the grid with the glasses will have a head start in digging out the treasure. Those who find the treasure can keep it.
The treasure chest holds lots of golden things, and also something sparkling, which can be consumed immediately.
Location: Treasure hunt can be carried out everywhere in Estonia, at lodging establishments or in cities.
Season: This game can be played all year around. Daylight only!
Group sizes: 20 to 200 people
Duration: The game takes about 2½ hours. During the game, the participants will cover a distance of up to 5 km.
Language: The game can be conducted in Estonian and English.