The three-day long trip was kept in the convention of constant surprises, and participants had no idea what's coming next – until the very last moment.

It was a great challenge for our pilots as well – they could not share any information, and – what's more – they would give participants false information to heat up the atmosphere. The first surprise was the geology trail in Wieliczka Salt Mine. After earth, the second, and definitely the most powerful of the elements was water – it was challenging not only due to a hard, never-ending rainstorms (and flood alert!), but also during unforgettable Dunajec river rafting.

Extreme to the limits off road ride around Zakopane made our hearts beat faster – it's not a surprise, when some of the 4x4 cars get stuck in mud up to door handles! To keep the adrenaline level high, we could not miss diving in Zakrzówek – the best spot in Poland.

The whole trip was rounded-up with lazing around and recovering in thermal pools in Bialka Tatrzanska and a memorable and unusual event in one of the Krakow's trams. One of the trips highlights was also a meeting with the famous traveler Kinga Baranowska. Despite hard weather conditions, the brave Wedel representatives met all the the unusual challenges!


Region South (Cracow)
Term May 2014
Number of days 3 days
Goals Integration
Category Wieliczka salt mine
Rafting on Dunajec
Diving in Zakrzowek
Podhale Offroad
Thermal baths
City tram
Meeting with Kinga Baranowska


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