How many times have you heard the phrase, “if your friends jump off a bridge, would you follow?”? What was your response? If you’re lovers of adrenaline and extreme emotions, the answer might be yes, especially if there’s a stag or hen do coming up. Bungee jumping is one of the most exhilarating adventure activities you can organise to celebrate someone getting married. If you haven’t tried this activity and you’re into extreme sports, don’t wait for someone to tell you about it. The sensation it produces is beyond explanation.
A unique feeling of freedom with bungee jumping for stag and hen dos
Even if you’ve never tried it, you surely know what bungee jumping for stag and hen dos entails. It’s basically hurling oneself into the void from a high bridge, tied with a rope that prevents gravity from taking its course. When you’re on the edge of the abyss, your body may be telling you to step back, but if you decide to jump, the sensation of falling until the moment the rope catches you is one of complete freedom. That’s why it deserves to be on the list of activities for stag and hen dos because after getting married, the freedom won’t be as great…
Perfect for combining
Bungee jumping for stag and hen dos is perfect for organising an adventure in which different activities can be practised. It’s becoming increasingly popular to book a cabin or rural accommodation and spend the weekend surrounded by nature, enjoying the landscape and participating in various proposals during the party, some as intense as hurling oneself into the void and others that may be a bit more peaceful.
The best thing about bungee jumping is that you don’t need any specific knowledge or be an elite athlete. You simply have to ensure that your heart can withstand the excitement. Okay, you also need to have a streak of madness to jump, but a stag or hen do is certainly the occasion for that and much more, right?
Ready to take the leap?
If you want to enjoy a party out of the ordinary, full of strong emotions. If you love the pranks of stag and hen dos and plan to blindfold the groom or bride and throw them without knowing what’s happening. If you’ve got what it takes to experience the thrill of jumping into the void and spending a few seconds of tension that end with some of you hanging and screaming, don’t miss including bungee jumping in the list of activities for the next stag or hen do you’re going to celebrate.
Speaking of pranks, you can also make the groom or bride believe that they are going to jump off a bridge blindfolded and fool them when they “jump into the void”, in reality, they only go to the other side of a railing just a few centimetres from the ground…
Pranks aside, if you try bungee jumping, you’ll surely never forget it. The experience will be so intense that you’ll talk about it for a long time after having lived it. Who’s going to be the first to jump?