About this team building
The highwayman Pierre Colon, nicknamed the “Pigeon”, went into hiding in this cave in the 18th century. Colon was thus able to escape the clutches of the police. Colon kept the most valuable parts of his stolen goods here. Only one valuable diamond was never found. Colon left a note in his will as to where he had hidden this valuable treasure. But the will was never released. The notary Jean Charlot Delfosse decides to read out the will anyway because of the increasing danger of collapse of the caves. After all, it was Colon’s wish that his “life’s work” not be lost. The participants, all great-grandchildren of Colon, are invited to the reading of the will by notary Delfosse in the caves themselves.
The search for the diamond can now begin. But which of the great-grandchildren will brave this place of darkness, witches and sorcerers. Various tests, such as manipulating a laser beam through mirrors, searching with night-vision goggles and a metal detector, deciphering a secret writing, the test with the gallows and the handcuffs will bring you closer to the treasure.
The weather is always a factor in this teambuilding activity. The temperature in the caves is 13 degrees all year round. The corridors are wide so you can easily walk around.
We can organise this event in the caves of Folx-les-Caves in Walloon Brabant, but also in the caves of Kanne (Riemst) in the province of Limburg.