There are four primary skills that you should have if you want to be comfortable in certain situations according to Bear Grylls Adventure experience. You will need to know a little bit about archery, overcoming physical obstacles, solving escape rooms, and also being adept at solving mazes. The Basecamp section of the trips that they provide at their centre in Birmingham will allow you to do all four. Once completed, you will then be able to do snorkelling or scuba diving, climb walls, use high ropes from a helicopter, and also do indoor skydiving. You can also get a pass that will allow you to do all of these things including Basecamp if you want to.
Or, if you prefer something a little less challenging where you don’t have to be the next Bear Grylls, why not take a trip to some of the most well-known sites in Southern England, for example a Stonehenge and Avebury tour where you’ll be able to walk in the footsteps of our Neolithic ancestors, visit the beautiful town of Bath, and go for a wander round Lacock.
Go Big Game Fishing At Algarve
Portugal’s Algarve may seem like a location where you would not experience anything dangerous, other than sunburned Brits, but when you get to the ocean areas around Albufeira you will be able to catch extremely large fish. There are different kinds of shark that you will see including blue, mako, and hammerhead sharks, plus you will see an occasional swordfish or tuna that is also down there. After catching one, you will be able to take a picture, and then let it go, plus experience the mighty sea beasts out on the water until you are able to come back to solid ground.
The Emerald Isle Golfing
One of the best experiences that you can have is playing a game of golf, regardless of where you are in Ireland, and there are many destinations that you can try. Assuming everyone in your group does play the game, it’s perfect for a stag, plus it’s a chore that you can play late at night which will include joshing and good-natured rivalry. Designed primarily for genteel groups that enjoy the game, unless you have a guy named Wazzo that would prefer several hours of sinking pints, you should stay clear of the links if possible. By simply choosing a random location on a map of Ireland, you will likely find a wonderful golf course with a phenomenal atmosphere, and there are great places near Cork and Dublin if you prefer doing this near a big city.
Climbing A Wall Of Ice
Similar to the iconic Game Of Thrones, it will be very exhilarating. The primary difference is that the wall of ice that you will be climbing is going to have ropes, experts to help you, and it will be 12 m high instead of 200 m tall like the one that is guarded by the fictional Night’s Watch and subsequently destroyed by the White Walkers that might attack you if you are ever placed in front of them. Ice climbing is not really the most exciting aspect of the Ice Factor that you will experience in the Scottish Highlands, mostly because of the aerial assault course that you will have to go through. It extends a total of 250 m in length, including a tight rope walk, commando nets, and vine swings which are about 10 m off the ground.
Get Castaway In Cornwall
In Newquay, there is a Cornish town that will be perfect for adventurous stags that are in the UK, mostly because of the impressive nightlife scene and large range of activities. Our assumption is that you will be able to set up a piss-up in a pub, but for this mini-adventure called Cornwall Castaway, you will get to do so much more at the Newquay Activity Centre. Essentially, you are shipwrecked, somewhere off the coast, and your objective is to swim to the shore, make it to dry land, climb the rocky coast, jump off of cliffs, and eventually plunge into pools of water along the way. You must make it to the aptly named Dead Man’s Cove, a place where you will be forced to utilise your survival skills and forage for food while you are there. Once it is time to head back to civilisation, you will do so on a stand up paddle board all the way back to shore. There is actually no time to create a friendly volleyball companion, but you can bring one along if you want to. All together now…