Here are six of the most adventurous stag do ideas to get the adrenaline pumping. From white water rafting and quad biking to the more unusual fright night and rock star experiences you’ll never forget.
If archery, paint balling and shooting are just not fast and furious enough for you, try some of these adventurous stag do ideas:
1. White Water Rafting
Ride the raging rapids on this adrenalin fuelled activity break with Vale Resort Wales, in partnership with Cardiff International White Water. A truly exhilarating two hour experience where all the specialist coaching and equipment is provided.
2. Sky Fall
Go Ape and enjoy two to three hours of monkeying around on zip wires, bridges, ladders and tunnels high up in the trees of the Welsh jungle. Thrill-seekers with a head for heights will love this outdoors challenge.
3. Hot Wheels
Quite possibly the most fun you can have on four wheels. Get dirty with your stag party quad-biking with trained staff on hand to ensure your safety.
Adventurous in a different way… Ever had a secret yearning to live the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle, complete with leather, sequins or ‘guy-liner’, surrounded by adoring groupies, throwing TVs out of hotel windows? Well, now you can learn well known rock songs and perform them as a live band, playing real instruments with all your mates. Bring your own costumes, groupies and TV smashing optional, but not advised.
5. Fright Night
Here’s another adventure with a difference. A ghost bus tour (say it fast) with a sinister sightseeing show,that will take you all around the darker side of London revealing haunted palaces, unmarked burial grounds. Highly entertaining and with great reviews of on-board actors and technical trickery that combine to create the scariest tour in town.
You should expect to pay from £125 per person when booking a tailored stag weekend for a group of 10 or more people After the main activities are over, you and your stag party could sit down to a hearty dinner before enjoying a night-cap or two in the bar, or three, or four…
Kate Thompson is Confetti's features editor and wedding expert, and has worked in the wedding industry for 15 years. A widely published lifestyle writer, she has made BBC television and radio appearances discussing wedding trends in the UK.