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Those organising a stag party holiday may wish to consider including some less traditional activities after hearing the latest comments from tour operator TUI Travel.
It suggested more and more Brits are looking to take experiential breaks, where they can come back and brag about their accomplishments.
Activity sector PR manager for the firm Lynsey Devon said this has changed since the 1970, when people just wanted to lie on a beach and relax.
"Trekking is very popular, as is sailing and we also have skiing and other soft activities," she stated, before offering more options for those looking for a break.
"It could be things which are experiential, so going to Nepal and helping with a home build."
Ms Devon added people now feel more confident about trying new things.
Those planning a stag weekend could combine more traditional activities with something different to help create an experience that stands out.
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