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Generally we can guess what the nights of your stag dos will be full of (legendary piss ups), but increasingly it’s becoming popular for your daytime activities to be a little bit more well… active. Kayaking is a perfect example of this. It provides a great day out, and it’s actually a fantastic workout – making it ideal if you were getting worried that you’d be packing on a few pounds across your stag weekend. You and your mates will be kitted out with all the equipment and put into your kayaks and set out to fight the rapids with only a paddle to keep you safe.
Don’t worry if you don’t have any experience with kayaking though. An expert instructor will run you through the basics. And nobody expects you to be a pro. Someone will inevitably capsize and fall in, and it’ll be hilarious. Across your session you’ll get accustomed to the water and soon you’ll love the white-water adventure. You’re a bunch of guys, so inevitably things will get competitive as you try to complete ever more difficult challenges and dares. Who’ll be named king of the sea?
It’s a fresh addition to the stag do formula, and who wouldn’t want some wet and wild fun?
Don't be fooled by thinking It's easy work paddling about, it is damn hard and a brilliant upper body workout. It is really up to you how fast you want to go on these things but there are two main types of kayaking (dependant on your stag do location).
Whitewater kayaking involving rapids and sea kayaking involving, you guessed it, the sea. Within each of these there are six primary classifications: slalom, whitewater, surf, touring/expedition, light touring/day tripping and general recreation. You don't really need to worry about any of this because on your stag do you'll be plopped into a kayak and told to have some fun. It's as simple as that. Stag do activities don't much wetter or wilder.
Kayaking is becoming more and more popular amongst stag parties looking for a great day out. It's even better if you start capsizing your mates so that you're the undisputed king of the seas.
Situated in the county of Cheshire, Chester is a fine, cultural city which also acts as a gateway to Northern Wales. Perfect for stags who love history or the great outdoors!
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