If the majority of the guests are up for a challenge and physically fit, then why not arrange some form of sporting activity.
On the water, on the track or on land, a physical activity can get the blood pumping and the adrenalin flowing, and can be great as a stand alone activity or as a pre-cursor to that night on the tiles.
If water sports are your thing, then there are a whole range of activites out there. For those of you who want to take to the helm, why not have a go at windsurfing, jet-skiing or surfing, or for those of you who want to work as part of a team give yachting or white water rafting a whirl. If you fancy being taken for a ride, literally, then perhaps powerboats, speedboats, water skiing, zap cats or inflatables are your kind of thing. Predominantly at coastal resorts, although certain activities can be found at inland lakes, water sports provide a fun and exhilarating time for novices and experts alike.
For those of you who like the feel of raw power under you, then motor sports may just be what you’re after. For speed-freaks karting, rallying, quad-biking, hovercrafting or buggies can be used to add an element of competition to the Stag or Hen celebrations, and if prizes are not provided then why not chuck a little extra each into the kitty to pay for one. For something a little different, why not take to the controls of an armoured personnel carrier or 4x4 SUV and tackle some of the roughest terrain around – a true test of skill and judgement. As a final suggestion, and an ideal activity for those groups where some people are meeting for the first time, why not try blindfold driving? This will help you bond as a group and is a true test of trust and skill. Motor sports can bring out that competitive side in you or help you to bond as a group – it’s no wonder they are such a popular Stag & Hen activity.