Unusual Stag Do Party Locations - something memorable
Most stag parties take place down the local pub. You want to spread your wings and do something different that will be remembered! If you're looking for some unusual stag party locations, here are a few ideas to consider:
Reykjavik, Iceland: Explore the stunning landscapes of Iceland, including glaciers, geysers, and the famous Blue Lagoon. You can also enjoy snowmobiling, ice caving, or even a midnight sun party. Iceland is a relatively unpopular place to visit, but it's beautiful and certainly unique. This House Of Mulben's number 1 pick for an unusual stag do.
Tallinn, Estonia: How many people go to Estonia for a stag party?Not many! This medieval city offers a unique blend of history and vibrant nightlife. You can take part in medieval-themed activities like archery or sword fighting, followed by a pub crawl in the old town. Very unusual and again, unpopular destination, but beautiful and damn good fun.
Medellín, Colombia: Known as the "City of Eternal Spring," Medellín offers a great mix of urban adventures and natural beauty. Enjoy paragliding over the city, explore Pablo Escobar's former mansion, and experience the lively nightlife. This would be more for American Batchelor parties than from Europe due to location, but it is not completely unheard of for Europeans to visit here for a stag do.
Queenstown, New Zealand, is known for a lot more than its sheep and famous rugby tea. Queenstown is a cracking location with many things to do. Such as bungee jumping, jet boating, skydiving, and white-water rafting amidst stunning landscapes. A real gem of a country. Quite a trek for a European-based stag do, but a trip of a lifetime ensues.
Speyside Scotland. Self plug, I know, and whilst not as impressive as Iceland, we host stag parties. Why not mix some brilliant golf, whisky tasting and some outdoor activities such as clay pigeon shooting and fishing?
Budapest is a popular destination for stag parties. It has thermal baths, ruin bars(think a castle ruin with a bar - very cool!), and it has a great party feel to the city. You could take a party cruise along the river Danube. If you have been reading this journal's other entries, we believe that a stag should be so much more than a pub crawl. Even if that pub crawl is in a different country, drinking can ensue in Hungary, but it's much more than that, great fun!
Remember to consider the preferences and interests of the groom-to-be and the rest of the group when choosing an unusual stag party location. Our pick is the first one, Iceland, a completely unforgettable experience, a beautiful country with many great things to do. Only a 2 hour flight from the UK, quite expensive but unquestionably unique!