Stuck for stuff to do that will go down well with
everyone on a stag party? We’re not just talking about finding the right bars
or clubs to everyone’s tastes – ever considered grabbing a sea kayak or two to
help see the groom off on his merry way? Now’s your chance.
Kayaking is well worth a look. Active – but not tootaxing - a classic water sport that will get the blood pumping without knackeringeveryone out. Spend a few hours messing about on the waterways and prove yousaw more than the bottom of a pint glass on your stag party! It really won’ttake long for you to get to grips with an ocean kayak and an oar or two – andyou may even be able to make a bit of a race out of it with your mates.
Paddle and Glide through the waters
No experience is required to get involved with thisexperience - kayaking is suitable for beginners and is of course great fun forthose with a little more experience. The instructor can adapt the session onthe day to suit the skill level of the group – whether you’re using a sea kayak for the first time or if you’re an old hand at an ocean kayak like no one’sever seen. Glide down the slower sections and then pick up the pace and raceyour fellow stags through the faster ones.
If you want a change from the usual stag party stuff,kayaking is an excellent choice. Put down the pint glass, pick up an oar andget paddling – this is a different sort of race you can indulge in on a stagweekend that doesn’t involve any chugging! Paddles up, gents!