Incentive Travel to Sicily: a top destination for corporate events ideas and team building in Italy

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Plan your next incentive travel to Sicily, an exclusive destination where leisure and business activities can be combined for the best possible experience!

Take a look at our incentive travel programs and choose the best experience in Sicily!

What is an incentive travel and why choose Sicily for your next incentive travel in Italy?

Companies have finally realized the importance of the incentive travel: it is not a simple “vacation prize” but a fundamental marketing instrument for successful companies whose goal is to achieve gains and other desired outcomes by motivating and rewarding their employees.

Sicily is a top event destination in the world for a corporate event: it is the largest Italian region, a “little continent” rich in art, culture (17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites), history (almost 6000 years of heritage), breathtaking landscapes (4 National Parks, 77 Nature Reserves and 3 volcanoes), mountains, quiet medieval villages, excellent food and wine, literary traditions, myths and legends.

Sicily is a safe, strategic and exclusive destination, located in the center of the Mediterranean Sea, just few hours by plane from anywhere in Europe.
4 international airports and more than 70 direct flights connect Sicily to anywhere in the world.
Because of its natural beauties, heritage and mild climate, Sicily attracts 5 millions tourists each year and it is one of the best destinations for an incentive travel in Italy and in the world.

Why Round Trip Consulting is a great corporate travel management solution for your incentive travel to Sicily?

Thanks to a deep knowledge of the Sicilian territory and our extensive, multi-year experience in event planning, we are an Italy Trip Planner, Destination Management Company and Incentive House in Sicily.

We are inspired by an ancient culture to create incentive travel programs with a strong Sicilian connotation. They always include the best things to do in Sicily and they are fully customizable to provide original and effective solutions to your special needs: reward trips for employees, product presentations and launches, corporate image innovation (brand reinforcement), customer acquisition and customer loyalty / retention.

From planning to execution we supply continuous support and guarantee that we will provide comprehensive care of all the Sicily event stages.
As Event Planner we are glad to give you the best corporate events ideas to make your next incentive trip to Sicily unique and unforgettable.

What about the best Sicilian locations to plan an incentive travel?

The choice of the perfect location is a delicate task during the planning of a successful incentive travel in Sicily.
We offer the utmost care in selecting suppliers to guarantee the highest quality standards.

We give you the opportunity to organize your next Sicily event or incentive travel to Sicily in the most luxurious and exclusive hotels and resorts (4, 5 and 5L Star), country boutique relais, historical palaces, modern meeting venues, wineries, castles and theaters.

Every location has a strategic position, close to the airports and near the most important cultural, archaeological and natural wonders. Most of them boast luxury services such as private harbor, heliport, golf course and spa.

How to plan and customize your successful corporate event in Sicily?

Our 4 key elements for a successful event in Sicily:

1) Exclusive and unusual locations
Finding the perfect accommodation in one of the best Sicily destinations is just the first step. The second is finding a great unconventional meeting venue, sometimes more interesting than the usual corporate hotels.

2) Unforgettable gala dinners and parties
As event planner in Sicily we will provide you with the best solutions for an exclusive gala dinner, an amazing party or an impressive entertainment show with music, dancers, actors and a spectacular choreography. All the events are designed to be rich in charm and magic!

3) Great ways to spend your leisure time
To each his own: the pleasure of knowledge, the passion for adventure, the desire to relax or to enjoy authentic experiences. As Destination Management Company we will share with you the best things to do in Sicily!

4) Exciting activities to improve group relationship and performance
Last but not least comes the funniest and most engaging part, the choice of the best team building activity in Sicily. Team building activities have a fundamental role for companies that aim to improve their own team performances.
Sicily boasts many amazing sceneries for outdoor and indoor team building activities in diverse areas such as Sport and Adventure, Creativity, Food and Wine, Art and Culture.

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Building The World’s Most Expensive Bike Ever! | GCN Tech Show Ep. 36

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Welcome to the GCN Tech Show! This week we ‘build’ the worlds most expensive bike, picking out the best quality and importantly, most expensive, components available. We’ve also got Vuelta a España tech, your upgrades, an amazing prize giveaway plus loads more.

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Hot in the world of tech, is Trek. Having a snoop around online this weekend meant that we got a glimpse of a new e-bike. We’ve not heard anything official from Trek, so we are hoping this isn’t an early, or late April Fools, as it looks great. It’s the Domane Plus! It comes with a Bosch battery providing 350w, which also powers up the integrated daytime running lights and according to the spec sheet it will also come equipped with a Sram Force 1x groupset too. More info on it when we have it!

We’ve been thinking about those lightweight bikes we talked about a couple of weeks back and whilst having a crazy lightweight bike isn’t necessarily that practical for all. We’ve decided to try and build the world’s most expensive bike! Ok, we haven’t actually built it, but we have scoured the internet to source the most expensive components for every single part of a bike. We wanted to try and get an idea of just how much the most expensive bike in the world could cost – in theory.

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GCN Tech is utterly obsessed with seeking out and showcasing the best in bikes, tech, products and upgrades. Everywhere. Every week. From news and rumours, first ride exclusives, how-tos, the weekly GCN Tech Show, pro bikes, set-up tips and more, we geek out over the tiny details that can make the big differences to you.

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Building RPG Encounters! (Game Master Tips)

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Come hither as Matt Mercer tells you how to be a better GM / DM. Today’s episode shows you how to build engaging encounters: everything from enemy creation and difficulty level to shaping battlefield terrain.

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40+ Minecraft Building Tricks and Tips in 1.14

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Minecraft: 1.14 New Blocks Building Tricks and Tips new blocks have been added to minecraft in the upcoming 1.14 update and we put together a bunch of design ideas for these blocks. There’s a few minecraft build hacks thrown in there too.

I feel like we have only just scratched the surface, but i’m pretty proud of these designs.

Thank you to _Tenku_, LuviDubai, Simozzy, Pearlescentmoon and Averine for their contributions, it’s always a group effort!

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TheoTown: Building Domkisas -[ 31 ]- Beach Vacation Town

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TheoTown: Building Domkisas -[ 31 ]- Beach Vacation Town


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—City Info—
Welcome to Domkisas! The land of power and greatness.
This project is for a good friend of mine who needed help designing a sophisticated, lovely roleplay country, so I’ll do my best to make him happy…

Please, join me. Be my guest.


—Game Description—
Do you want to build your own city? In TheoTown you can watch your own city growing. Declare zones for residential, commercial or industrial buildings and build road to connect them. Make your city more attractive by building parks, schools and many more facilities.

If you provide TheoTown access to external storage, it will save cities in the directory TheoTown/maps on your device so you have access to them.


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Best Team Building Italy – A Buggy Challenge on Mount Etna, the tallest volcano in Europe!

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Are you looking for new corporate event ideas or funny incentive programs? Are you are going to plan some Team Building Activities in Italy to add your mice events? Don’t miss the chance to enjoy a Buggy Challenge on the slopes of Mount Etna, the tallest active volcano in Europe!

As destination management company we will help you deepen the knowledge of Sicily from a different point of view!

The group will be split into teams of two; every team will drive a 4×4 dune buggy in a basalt quarry with black volcanic sand floor.

Then teams will experience a foot orienteering challenge, the visit of Silvestri Craters and finally enjoy a great typical Sicilian lunch.

The Mt. Etna Team Building Experience is dynamic, challenging and loaded with business related metaphors: a powerful way to unite your group, to think strategically, improve the team’s problem-solving and creativity skills.

The Mt. Etna Team Building Experience works as a half day (4-5 hours) program. It can be fully customizable according to your company’s needs and easily added to a conference, a business meeting or a guided tour in a multiple days incentive meeting.

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Apartment Building – Christmas 2018 ~ Diggy’s Adventure

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Indonesia: building bamboo shelters

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The International Federations community-based early-recovery programme has supported tens of thousands of quake survivors to take control of their own recovery. With support from trained Red Cross volunteers and students from local universities, affected communities have managed and implemented the construction of more than 14,000 quake-resilient transitional shelters.

The earthquake-resilient shelters are made out of local materials such as bamboo and rope and cost the equivalent of around 185 Swiss francs ($150 USD/ €118). They can be constructed in four to five days and should last up to six years.

Shelter is a critical determinant for survival in the initial stages of a disaster. Beyond survival, shelter is necessary for security and personal safety, protection from the elements and resistance to ill health and disease. The impact of a disaster such as an earthquake or a cyclone can result in the destruction of or damage to existing housing, rendering it uninhabitable, or force people to leave their existing housing and seek alternative shelter elsewhere in the case of floods or warnings of a hurricane.

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Building your own Hawaii minimal house for a vacation’s cost

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Kristie Wolfe spent $5000 to build herself a tiny home on wheels in her hometown of Pocatello, Idaho. It started off as a yearlong experiment in simple living, but she liked it so much she decided to keep living small, not only in Idaho, but she began looking for land to build a tiny vacation home.
She bought a plot of land in Hawaii sight-unseen for $8000. A year later she bought a plane ticket, packed her bags full of tools and with the help of her mother, began to build a bamboo “treehouse” that to fit the surrounding jungle (though rather than using trees for support, she built it on stilts). After two months of building every day “from dawn to dusk” and an $11,000 investment, she had a second home.
For Wolfe, the fact that it’s small- 15’ by 15’ or 225 square feet- is an asset. “My original house was 97 square feet so that was really tiny so this feels huge… I think small homes are beautiful because it fits with my lifestyle. I think having a lot of stuff mentally weighs you down even in ways that you don’t realize.”
Building her own home meant that Kristie was able to design everything custom: from a toilet-sink to save water (she’s not only off-grid, but she relies on rainwater capture for water) to an indoor/outdoor shower with cork-bark tiling. Whether she ever moves here permanently or simply moves on to building yet another home, she now knows she can build her own shelter.

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Holiday Fishing Lure Haul! Building Up A Tackle Box with Christmas Sales! Merry Christmas!

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Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas everyone! In this follow up video I go through the fishing lure haul I brought in last vid. Building up a tackle box is a lot like collecting pokemon. Christmas sales help that out a TON!

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13 Most Unusual Houses

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From a house shaped like a toilet to an upside down house, these are 13 of the most shocking homes from around the world!

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8 – House On A Rock – The Drina River in Serbia is where one of the strangest and tiniest houses on our list sits a house perched on a rock. The house is over 40 years old and has weathered the Serbian elements to remain standing. Built in 1969, the house came to be when a group of boys were looking for a place to lay out in the sun and discovered the rock. Realizing it would be a great place to build the structure, the boys constructed the one bedroom house and it’s been there ever since.

7 – Bubble House – Selected to be an historic monument by the French Ministry of Culture even though its not even 40 years old. The house was designed by an organic architect named Antti Lovag and has sprawling views of the Mediterranean Sea. The convex windows and peculiar shape made it truly bizarre. The focal point of the house is the garden at the center that features a waterfall and stream. Exotic vegetation line the garden and the interior is fitted with built in furniture, shelving and cupboards.

6 – upside down house – This Upside Down House looks like a movie set – but it’s not! Located in Poland, the upside down house was created by Daniel Czapiewski – a Polish businessman. The house has become one of the largest tourist attractions in Poland, although tourists have complained of motion sickness and nausea upon entering. The interior of the house is fully furnished and decorated, with everything bolted to the ceiling to keep with its theme. There is a pretty profound message behind the house – Daniel was trying to make a statement about the state of the world, namely the Communist era. The house took longer to build because the workers kept getting disoriented by the upside down design.

5 – Boeing 727 Hotel – Though technically a hotel and not a house, it’s just too cool not to mention. The 1965 Boeing 727 frame used for this hotel was salvaged from San Jose and carefully brought to Costa Rica. The hotel consists of two bedrooms with their own private baths, a kitchenette, dining area, private entrance and ocean view terrace. It’s completed fitted with Costa Rican teak paneling and hand carved teak furniture. From the terrace, the only neighbors visible are the monkeys, toucans and sloths.

4 – Flintstones House – Well, this house may look familiar. TV personality Dick Clark had actually been the one to fight to have this home built. Located in Malibu California, the house is situated on 23 acres and needed to look like a rock formation to blend into the surroundings in order for Dick Clark to get permission to build on the wild site. The home is a one bedroom, two bath, with an interior covered in steel and wood. The huge glass windows offer 360 degree views of the surrounding Santa Monica Mountains. The house was recently sold by Clark’s widow for $1.78 million.

3 – Soccer Ball House – Not only is this soccer ball house located in Japan but it’s also apparently disaster proof. The house has 32 sides and is structurally designed to withstand earthquakes. This house is apparently a hot commodity and is popping up all over Japan, ranging in size from large all the way down to doghouses. The interior consists of one small room with a fireplace in the middle. The neat thing about this home is you can combine several units together to create a number of configurations.

2 – The Keret House – Not only is this structure a house, it’s also an art installation. Designed by the architect Jakub Szczesny in 2012, the Keret House measures just around 3 feet by 5 feet. It consists of two floors and has a kitchen one bedroom, a living area and bathroom. To get from the first floor to the second floor, the residents have to climb a ladder. To enter the house you’d need to use retractable stairs that turn into the living space when closed. Located in Warsaw, the Keret House was built between two buildings and the designer considers it a tribute to his family were killed during World War II.

1 – toilet shaped house – The question isn’t does it exist.. The question is WHY does it exist? And there’s actually a very interesting answer to that question. Built by the late mayor of Suwon South Korea, Sim Jae-Duck the purpose was to bring awareness to clean and working sanitation. He was born in a bathroom and has made it his mission in life to be an advocate for the 2 billion people in this world living without toilets. The house is 4520 square feet of concrete, steel and glass and cost $1.1 million to build. The focal point of the house is an obvious one – it’s a glass walled bathroom in which the walls become opaque when a button is pushed.

Uno Adventure and Holidays – Eagle Point Batangas Team Building 2018

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Our team took their much awaited and needed annual R and R at the Eagle Point Resort in Anilao to encourage creativity, passion and team work.

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10 Secret Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About

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10 unknown destinations from Treehouse Point the place to go for healthy adventure or head out to Finland for the best arctic resort.

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5. Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius
You can probably guess where this monastery is located just by looking at it. Did you guess Russia? Congrats, you are right. This iconic looking church was first built in 1337, and it has since become an essential Russian cultural landmark and the center of the Russian Orthodox Church. 300 monks still live in this new monastery, and it is even a Russian UN World Heritage site. The church got its name from the man that founded it: Sergius of Radonezh who is a famous Russian saint that reformed medieval Russia. The inside is just as beautiful as the outside if not even more so. It’s been through a lot throughout the years, but the church is well cared for and loved, so it is still in excellent condition.

4. Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort
While it may look weird that this resort has igloo-looking structures with a massive skylight, the reason why is sure to make you want to go there. These little suites are built to let you view the northern lights in style and comfort. The resort in Finland offers a breathtaking and cozy observational room with just the bare minimum called a glass igloo, but they also have a variety of suites that you can choose between. There are ten different accommodations that you can choose from igloos made from the traditional snow; Santa’s home that is decorated to look like the Christmas icon lives there, a traditional house with all of the fixings, and even a wedding suite. The glass igloos are only available from the 20th of August to the end of April during the year, because that is when the northern lights come out to play.

3. Monsanto
This little municipality in Portugal only has 828 inhabitants, believe it or not. The city is known as the most Portuguese village in Portugal, and it is one of 12 cities that have been classified to have historical significance to the country. The town has evidence of dating back to the Early Stone Ages at the time of the Ice Ages. You can find traces of the Romans, Visigothic, and Arab presences in the town but in the 12th century when the city was conquered by Alfonso I of Portugal, it hasn’t traded cultures since. The city is actually built on top of a mountain rock that is made of granite, giving it a unique appearance. There once stood a castle in the town, but it was destroyed in the 19th century when some ammunition exploded.

2. Pingvallavatn Lake
This lake is the largest lake in Iceland that is mostly a favorite for die-hard scuba and diving fans. The lake is approximately 84 square meters or 32 square miles, and it reaches depths of 114 meters or 374 feet. The main draw of the lake is that it partially lies on top of the meeting of the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates so there is a small divide that you can dive into safely. The rift is called Silfra, and it is the division formed from the drifting of the plates. the water is incredibly clear as well because the water in the fracture is fed from a nearby glacier. The rift gets about 2 centimeters wider every year, and there are earthquakes every ten years at the division which can expedite this widening. This isn’t the only split in the world but it is the widest and definitely the coolest.

1.Las Pozas
This surreal landmark was actually built by Edward James who was a British poet who was one of the main influences during the surrealist art movement in the 20th century. These giant, artistic sculptures are 2000 feet or 610 meters above sea level in the rainforest in Mexico. The site stretches over 80 acres of land and in addition to the many sculptures there are also pools and waterfalls interlaced in the site. That’s how it got its name; Las Poza means the pools in Spanish. There are also paintings and entire beds of orchids; there were supposedly 29,000 orchids at the location at one point. James also included little homes for exotic animals. The construction took place during 1949 to 1984, and it ended up being more than 5 million to build. The location was bought in 2007 by a foundation that plans to restore and maintain the landmark for future generations. This insane work of art may be a little out there, but it is a must-see.