Stag Do In March, Help and Ideas

March is a funny time of year for a stag do, it's not that hot over in the Med, there's a chance it could be warmer in the UK, but hey that's enough about the weather, the UK and Europe has loads of stag do ideas to consider.

First of all, a nugget of information; Good Friday is on the 03rd April 2015 so if you have kids to consider this is a big help, if you don't you have any fathers in the group you can skip this paragraph, oh it's too late you've already read it!

Tip, if you want mud, there are loads of activities that will get you caked in the brown stuff; from quad biking and rage buggies to mountain biking and even mud wrestling in Eastern Europe great for stags with a mud fetish!

Another tip, if you don't like getting wet (you big Jessie, but I understand) book 'indoor' daytime activities, such as; indoor karts, indoor bubble football, indoor paintball, the zombie bootcamp or cider tasting!

Let's start with the UK

If you are looking for adventure then head over to North Wales where you'll be met by frothing rivers ideal for white water rafting or canyoning, there are also incredible quad biking treks, mad rage buggy racing, hairy hovercraft courses and cheap accommodation with bars that open until that last man drops (that's not a challenge by the way).

Go North to Edinburgh for similar activities or Newcastle for amazing nightlife or south to Bournemouth for crazy activity filled days so good, you'll need another stag weekend just to get over this one!

Bournemouth is an incredible UK stag destination, fantastic hotels, busy nightlife all year round and if the sun's shinning it's ideal for a game of football on one of the many white sandy beaches.

Newquay is a bit quiet in March and you'll find quite a few bars and clubs closed for the winter season, so I wouldn't necessarily recommend Newquay in March for lively nightlife, saying that, awesome for surfing or coasteering and chilled out, 'out of season' nightlife.

Busier destinations in March for the UK are Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle and Nottingham.

If you are looking for a horse racing event you have the amazing Cheltenham Gold Cup (book early!) you also have Chepstow ideal for a stag weekend in Bristol or Cardiff (both within 45 minutes drive).

Europe From East to South

There is nothing better than going abroad for a stag do, from drinking in the squares of Old Eastern European countries to hopefully sitting in the sun in Spain, stags just simply love to travel.

If you are looking at sinking your spends into the brown amber nectar (beer, just trying to sound trendy) then beer is extremely cheap in Tallinn, Bratislava, Prague, Budapest and Riga, a price for a pint is anything from 80p to £2.

There are loads of stag activities in any of the above mentioned stag destinations, including shooting AK47's, racing snow mobiles, driving tanks and cruising around in old Russian cars, you also have amazing nightclubs, incredible bars and lap dancing clubs that will put hairs on your chest.

If you need the sun, then travel south and the furthest southern European destination where you almost guaranteed sunshine in March is the Canary islands, however if your budget doesn't stretch that far or you don't fancy spending 4½ hours each way on a plane, the Algarve or Costa Del Sol are also great places to soak up a bit of Spring sun.

Wherever you choose to go or whatever you want to do I am sure on the DesignaVenture stag do section of this website you'll find a humongous amount of stag ideas and packages you'll want to snap up, tens of thousands of stags each year can't be wrong.


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