What do people do on a stag party?
Stag dos often revolve around socialising and having a good time together. Many groups start the celebration by going out for drinks at bars or pubs, enjoying a night of revelry and camaraderie. The groom and his friends may embark on a pub crawl, visiting different establishments and enjoying various drinks along the way. This part of the celebration often involves lighthearted pranks, challenges, or dares that add an element of fun and excitement to the evening.
Paintball, go-karting, or extreme sports like bungee jumping or skydiving are all the norm now. These activities provide an opportunity for the groom and his friends to bond and share thrilling experiences together. Really makes for an unforgettable stag do.
Today's stag parties go way beyond the pub crawl. Many now fly to a different country and enjoy very diverse activities. There is a difference to a night at the pub and a once-in-a-lifetime stag party. At House of Mulben, many of our groups fly in from America and mix our outdoor activities with a game of golf and whisky tasting. We are in the heart of beautiful Speyside, and other exciting things to do are mountain biking and a trip to Pittodrie - Aberdeen football club, where there are around 25 games per yearly season. In winter, there is superb skiing available (seasonal)near Aviemore, Scotland, which in a car is around an hour from us.
Ultimately, the aim of a stag do is to create a memorable and enjoyable experience for the groom, filled with laughter, camaraderie, and shared adventures. It's a time for friends to come together, celebrate the upcoming wedding, and give the groom a chance to relax and enjoy himself before he embarks on married life.
Do you want an average stag party which is normally a pub crawl, or something truly unforgettable?