Colorful Programs in our colorful countries
Holland and Belgium offer the ideal decor for a successful incentive program; The many-colored tulips, the green dikes, the red roofs, the green wooden houses, the yellow wooden shoes, or the white foam on a home-brewed Belgian beer…. We offer you a large palette of possibilities in various price ranges. We listen carefully to your wishes and prepare tailor-made proposals. We recognize that the organization of the program must be perfect. Be it a program with tourist visits, or meetings interspersed with original evening programs, be it technical visits or creative and active incentive days – we take care of it all. In close cooperation with you, we will assist you to color the program of your clients in the right way.
Discover the city by pedal boat decorated with balloons in the colors of the company. Each team of 4 will have a questionnaire and a roadmap. We must find answers, passing under bridges and along the historic houses. Halfway, a drink will be offered during a stop in a coffee brown. The winning team will be rewarded.
Cycling tour over the Dutch Dykes
This cycling tour starts in Monnickendam, a small and quaint port. From there we continue to Volendam where we leave our bikes to take a boat tour to Marken. After a guided tour our coach awaits.
House of Bols
The House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience is an interactive adventure that takes you into the glamorous world of cocktails and bartending, spiced up with the history of the world’s oldest distilled liquor brand, Bols, established in Amsterdam in 1575. You’ll enjoy a mix of tradition and modern trends and drink a heavenly cocktail in House of Bols’ revolutionary cocktail bar.
A guide will explain this rally while giving the teams, consisting of 4 people each, their instructions. The rally will take the groups on a discovery route of Amsterdam while stopping along the way at 3 locations for local tastings. The winning team will rewarded with a prize.
Discover the world of Heineken. You will learn about the history of Heineken, how the beer is produced and bottled, their advertisement strategy and off course the people that drink Heineken. You will taste, smell, feel, hear and see why Heineken is one of the most popular beers in the world.
Amsterdam Dinner Extravaganza
Enjoy an unforgettable dinner in Palace Van De Weemoed where excellent food is combined with theatrical performances. The artists, friendly staff, tasty cuisine, and authentic ambiance will make your visit a perfect night out.
Canal Boat Transfers
Most of Amsterdam’s hotels and restaurants can be reached by canal boat. Glide through the canals and enjoy the sights of the wonderful merchant houses while having a drink with some tasty Dutch cheese on the side.
Shrimp fishing on the Wadden Sea
Ferry crossing from Den Helder to the island of Texel, the largest of the Wadden Island archipelago. We embark on a fishing boat in the village of Oudeshild where the captain explains about the fishermen’s life and the type of fish and seafood found it the area. You’ll have the chance to see seals and to try the very tasty small shrimps. Following is a visit of Texel with its authentic villages and dunes of Slufter. We will return by ferry to Holland’s main land.
Spectacular sailing trip
Depart from the fishing village Monnickendam on a historical sailing boat. Those who wish can help to hoist the sails. Sail along the coast, with its green dikes and red roofed houses and churches, to Hoorn for a visit to this delightful town full of history. A seafood buffet is served on board before returning to Volendam, where we disembark and visit the village.
Dine around Amsterdam
Three restaurants for one meal. You will enjoy appetizers in one restaurant while having the main course in another. Dessert is onboard a canal boat where an accordionist will entertain.
Hotel Restaurant Spaander in Volendam is the Ideal spot for a Dutch Night. We are welcomed by the staff dressed in traditional costume and by folkloric dancers while sipping on a glass of jenever (Dutch gin). During the dinner the dancers will make one last appearance while cheese trays are brought in by old-style cheese carriers. A blind tasting competition between the guests will determine who has the best tasting buds.
Visit of the Bleiswijk flower auction. Learn how to create your own floral masterpiece with the help of an internationally renowned flower decorator/artist.
Photo in traditional Volendam costume
In a typical Dutch fishing port, you will be guests, ladies and gentlemen, to wear the traditional costume of Volendam for a memorable photo.
Canal house tour
A one and a half hour guided tour of old city halls, hidden gardens, backyards and stunning apartments. This tour always starts by visiting a 17th century (Golden Age) building which is richly decorated with large, French-style, gardens.
Tasting rally Brussels
In groups of 5 or 8 you will discover the rich historic center of Brussels and have a chance to taste some of Brussels’ most delicious chocolate, waffles and local beer. The questions you have to answer will take you to all of the city’s important locations and you will get to play a Flemish game too. The end of the tour is in a pub at the fantastic Grand Place where the winners will be announced.
Comic Strip Tour
Brussels is the true capital of cartoons and cartoon characters. While walking the city you will see murals and statues related to the comic strips. Visit the Comic Strip Museum where you will find characters like Tintin, Lucky Luke, the Smurfs, Nero and Bob & Bobette and many other cartoon heroes.
Stroopwafel (syrup waffle) workshop
The stroopwafel are a specialty native of Gouda, where they were invented in 1784, when a baker in the city would have collected crumbs and remnants of spices in order to drown in a caramel syrup, then stuff them into a waffle cut in half. A renowned pastry chef will show you this and you’ll stroopwafel manufacturing. Of course tasting will be included.
Cheese tasting contest
It offers the group a blind tasting of five types of cheese, while enjoying a glass of wine. Everyone has to guess the source of milk (cow, sheep, goat), judge the age of cheese (young, medium, old) name of the cheese, etc.. After the tour and explanations, the winners will be named.
This has been a real treat for years! After the visit to the diamond cutting factory, we are all given a glass of Champagne. At the bottom of the glass you will find a little precious stone, but… only 1 in 20 is real. The cutter will inspect the stones while the excitement grows and will then announce the winner, who has won a stone worth € 230.
Start with breakfast in the picturesque village of Monnickendam. Guided tour of this charming village which is very authentic located along the shores of the old “Zuiderzee” (South Sea). It becomes clear how its location was a major contributor to its development. Visit of the “Grote Kerk” (Big Church) where you can request songs to be played on the monumental organ in the church.
Brewery ‘De Molen’
In a picturesque restaurant under a heritage windmill you will be entertained by a fisherman’s choir and will be invited to participate. Great atmosphere! The food consists of a three-course buffet style dinner including terrines, salads, seafood, meats and vegetables.
Dutch cheese tasting without leaving the city
Discover and taste delicious Dutch cheeses in an Amsterdam city centre location turned into an “authentic” cheese farm. You will be explained how the different Dutch cheeses are made and of course get to taste them. Paired with an excellent cool glass of locally brewed beer it is great way of discovering a country-side product in a city setting.
Traditional treats in historic Maastricht
In the city centre of historic Maastricht we will visit the old watermill “Bisschopsmolen”. The miller will explain the workings of this mill and the products it produces. You will be invited to taste the pies with a coffee and optionally there is the possibility of a workshop on how to make these great pies yourself.
A wonderful boat tour along the beautiful sites of the city of ‘s Hertogenbosch which is only a 1.5 hour drive from either Amsterdam or Antwerp. During this mini-cruise we will experience how to make a local pastry called “Bosche Bollen”; a giant profiterole willed with whipped cream and dipped in chocolate.