The Treasure Hunt : Paris along the Seine


2 hours


5,5 km


35€ / pax

  • The Louvre

  • Orsay Museum

  • The Invalides

  • The bridge Alexander III

  • The Eiffel Tower

  • And… the Seine !

During this treasure hunt, you will have to collect clues to get closer to the treasure. Each clue is independant so you won’t be stuck during your quest. If the riddles have been solved, you will be able to open the treasure chest ! (Don’t worry, we will help you if you don’t have all the answers. Everybody wins on our hunts !)

At the meeting point, a member of our team will introduce you the plot of the hunt and your itinerary. Once you have the roadbook, it’s time to hop on the non-electric scooter and go on an adventure !
You will ride along Paris most beautiful avenue (nope, not the Champs-Elysées..) : the Seine ! The Banks of the Seine are car-free and perfect for a nice and safe ride. Enjoy the architecture of must-see sights, read the fun facts and explanations the roadbook has to offer and have fun !





  • Non-electric scooter (you're gonna have to kick back to ride).

  • The hunt lasts about two hours, with an additional 30 minutes for set up and post hunt resolution. If you want to take your time, the game can last three hours.

  • The tour ends at a different location than the departure.

  • The hunts are suitable for ages 8 and up. We recommend this tour for kids aged 8 or older because they must know how to read in order to enjoy the roadbook. However, younger kids can join and they will enjoy it but adults will need to help them.

  • Safety equipment (helmets, knee and elbow protections) are provided.

  • In order to have a nice ride, wear comfortable shoes.

  • The activity is subject to favorable weather conditions. It can be canceled in case it rains. Of course, if you want to do the tour anyway, it is possible but you will have to be careful, riding a scooter when the road is wet can be slippery and dangerous.

How difficult is the scooter ride ?

Our scooters are manual ones. They are easy to learn and use. You are going to have to kick back to ride and will be in control of your speed (If you come with kids, don’t worry, they will teach you how to drive 😉). Plus, non electric scooter is legally considered a pedestrian so you are allowed to ride safely on sidewalks.

Paris is flat, so there are no difficulties (let’s be honest here : we won’t go to Montmartre ! It is a beautiful spot, but we all want to have a good time riding a scooter, right ?). Physical efforts demanded are limited nevertheless, there is a reason why our tours last 2 hours… Past that time, you’ll see, your legs are going to burn !

Ready for you next adventure?