So if you’re like me, you will have been to seventeen weddings this year already and you’ll know it’s important to keep the stag weekend activities fresh, fun and fuelled with adventure.
You might not want to go paint-balling or the usual go-karting, although they are good, but when you’ve done them for years, you’ll want to try something different. That’s where we come in, right here in the stag capital of the North East, Newcastle. Our newest offer is currently being piloted with a select few people and boy is it a good option. Suitable for all adventure levels, Coasteering or sea level traversing is a brilliant way to get the day started and refresh the stags ready for a big party later on back in the toon.
Something different to all of our other activity options, this is perfect for stags (and hens). A short journey takes you to the North Sea where we explore the coastline in a very unique and unforgettable way. Underwater sump dives lead to hidden parts of the beautiful coastline, which is surrounded by blue flag beaches.
The trip changes with the tide and surf, sometimes minute by minute, huge whirlpools can cascade you through rocky funnels and fire you out the other side to a calm cove only accessible by us. If you are keen to climb, there are some challenging routes just above water level that will keep even the most adept climber on their toes. We provide specialist wetsuits and jackets to protect you, as well as helmets, buoyancy aids and gloves to keep the barnacles away from you.
Very close to the venue, there are award winning fish and chips that’ll get you all ready for the night ahead of you. There are also lots of other quality bars for food and drinks if you would like too.
Coasteering is our newest addition to our activities, we have tried and tested packages on our stag and hen section of our site which are all awesome and are regularly fully booked. Our most popular activities from Newcastle are Gorge walking and White Water Tubing. Get in touch to find out more or our availability, see you on the water!
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