Rally Driving: Your Opportunity to Channel Your Inner Fast & Furious

Since the dawn of time, men have always loved fast cars. Of course, the Fast & Furious franchise has only encouraged that. But let’s be honest, ladies, the latest Hobbs & Shaw holds a certain appeal… While our roads are not a Hollywood set and although we love the odd spa day and picnics with rose petals, we sometimes also want to experience the adrenaline of racing a machine at high speed. How does the Bucket List Genie do that? With rally driving experiences, of course!

When you’re looking for things to do for your next team building session, or if you want to burn some energy with the adrenaline junkies in your life on the weekend, book a driving experience at one of our rally driving sites. You won’t regret it!

Few things are as exhilarating as racing through the bushveld at high speed in a real rally car. You feel the adrenaline coursing through your veins as the wind whips through your hair… And if you’re not quite brave enough to get behind the wheel to drive a rally car, that’s no problem! You can always grab a hot seat while a professional rally driver shows you how it’s done.

Every rally driving experience starts with orientation. You will undergo basic driver training – both practical and theoretical from a rally driving professional before you’re ready to take the wheel. When you’re ready and confident, you will get in the driver’s seat and navigate the bushveld.

These rally driving team building sessions for adrenaline junkies are available during the day time or at night for added excitement. If you’re up to it, you get to progress to the special stage, where you will navigate an unknown road at high speed while your navigator yells instructions at machine-gun tempo.

About The Bucket List Genie

Everyone has a bucket list of things they want to do in their lifetimes, whether it is a single momentous achievement or a long list of experiences they want to mark off to say "been there, done that". Odette is one of those people with a bucket list that reads like a phone book and she wholeheartedly chases down every adventure.

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