If you’re bored of always having the same stag do, then it’s your own fault. We’ve talked heaps of times about the vast number of options when it comes to organising a completely different stag party. This time we want to delve into the world of the most extreme adventure sports, only suitable for the bravest. If the groom doesn’t dare, you can always convince him that the real danger isn’t at the stag do, but in the madness he’s going to commit by getting married brave step he’s already taken. That’s why adrenaline-filled stag dos are one way to understand the high risks involved.
If you’re looking for ideas for stag parties full of excitement, here are a few.
There’s not much to say about bungee jumping that isn’t already known. Essentially, it involves jumping off a bridge attached to an elastic band and experiencing the thrill of freefalling until the cord reaches its end and leaves you hanging. However, before tying your friend up and throwing him off a bridge, it’s better to do it with the help of an expert who can guide you through the process.
A variation of this extreme sport involves blindfolding the groom, making him believe he’s going to jump, but in reality, he only plunges a metre to the ground. This prank has become so brutal that there are videos of it circulating online.
A Real Leap Into the Void
If the bridge isn’t enough for you, you can dare to spend a morning skydiving. A very original plan that’s done with total safety. And if someone doesn’t dare, you can all get on the plane and leave him on the ground. Let him see the fun you’re having and regret later for being such a chicken. He’ll surely be the first to propose jumping at the next stag do. Although by then it may be too late and you may prefer something else.
Canyoning is another great idea for adrenaline-filled stag dos. It’s perfect for an adventure-filled weekend in the great outdoors, as it should be for a party involving risk sports. While it’s better when the weather is warm, with good equipment it can be done at any time of the year. After all, weddings don’t only take place in the summer, so there’s no need to be picky about the stag do.
Experience the Adventure in a Group
Adventure activities for stag dos are becoming more and more popular. It’s normal, especially because playing sports is one of the best ways to hang out with your mates, have fun, and even train the groom for what’s coming.
If traditional parties are not enough for you, either because you’ve been to a few or because you don’t like doing what others do, you’re brave and attracted to risk sports, these ideas are for you. But make sure the groom goes first, and if anything strange happens, it should only happen to him…