Stag do ideas for the adrenalin fuelled enthusiast

Most stag dos include enough booze to float a small ship however most stag parties want something memorable, competitive and exciting. So I have compiled a few of DesignaVentures most popular activities to help you out in creating your most memorable stag do.

On the competitive side of things there are loads of activities you can include in your stag weekend:

Indoor Karting seems to be the top competitive motorsport where the boys can race around a track head to head on several levels designed to get the best out of your racing skills. All karts have onboard computers which will not only tell you who has won but also your average speed and fastest lap. Most tracks will also give you a print out of all your stats, keeping the stat fans happy!!

Then there is Paintball, if you dreamt and played war when you were a kid then this is as close as it gets. Real paintballs will give away if you have been shot so a good plan with the boys before you set off will give you a good chance of winning and not getting shot! Despite what people say it doesn’t hurt that much and I am speaking from experience.

5 a side football may not be adrenaline fuelled but it is certainly energetic and competitive. Most stag groups will have many footballers in the group who will love nothing better then to have a kick around before a big night out. This is a great Friday afternoon activity and a bad Sunday morning idea!

Clay Pigeon Shooting is a sport for the country pursuit enthusiast however many stag dos love this activity for it’s competitive edge and the fact that you are using real guns that make a hell of a noise. Don’t worry all shooting grounds include earplugs, protective glasses and instruction.

If you are looking for something energetic and adrenalin fuelled then the following will not let you down:

Coasteering is done very well in Cornwall, with its rugged coastline and deep pools making it ideal for cliff jumping / tomb stoning done professionally. All specialised clothing is provided including wet suit, helmet and buoyancy aid. You are then taken by instructors who know the coastline like the back of their hands to start from small jumps into deep pools ending up with massive jumps as high as a Victorian house!

White Water Rafting will certainly get your blood rushing as you paddle down stream avoiding rock boulders and hitting the water where its frothing like an outraged dog. Again all specialised clothing and equipment is included and I feel the best location is in Scotland, but if you feel this is too far for you then North Wales is an excellent alternative.

Rage Buggies may not be very competitive although there is a competitive element to the session, but boy can they go fast and whilst you slide your buggy around a mud track at speeds of around 50mph, adrenalin will flow through your blood stream like lava out of a very angry volcano.

These are just some of the great activities DesignaVenture organise every day, for a full list go to http://www.designaventure.co.uk/stagandhenactivities_day_activities.php