Soon the page will shift to a new chapter in your life. But before that day comes, why not arrange a fun party night or two with your closest friends and family?
From luxurious spa days to exciting outdoor activities, something a little different is what you’re looking for. Try Hen weekends Wales idea that will take the stress off of planning that special weekend. You only get a headache from having the worst hangover of your life!
A hen weekend Wales is ideal for those who wish to be surrounded by nature and have access to rural pubs rather than a city-based hen party. Paddleboarding, (sea) kayaking, Canyoning, and of course, Coasteering, Abseiling, and Climbing are all available here.
Craziest adventure activities for Hen Weekend, Wales:
Wales has some spectacular natural settings that are ideal for outdoor activities. While New Zealand gets all the glory for being an adventurer’s paradise, Wales has much to offer as well. World-class athletic possibilities abound in this lovely, eccentric nation. Check out these odd and crazy sports you should attempt in Wales.
Coasteering is a high-intensity adventure sport that involves swimming, rock climbing, cave exploration, cliff jumping, and other extreme activities. The Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire cliffs and beaches are ideal for this sort of adrenaline rush. There are various outfitters in those areas that can arrange full or half-day guided excursions for beginners to experts, and it is said to be an incredible thrill. Respect for the coastal ecology and safety are extensions of this purpose.
Wales’ long coastline and stable air make it ideal for kiteboarding (also known as kitesurfing). It’s like surfing with a windsock above you to capture some breeze. Most famous kiteboarding schools in Porthcawl, Swansea, the Gower and Tenby, and Angelsey provide basic skills training in a day or two. A wetsuit or drysuit will keep you out on the Welsh waters for a wonderful day taming the wind and waves.
Wales is a walker’s delight, with routes that take in cliff-top views, rocky mountain ridges, castle ruins, pastoral farmland panoramas, and rolling green valleys. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path winds 186 miles along a mountainous peninsula, passing 70 beaches and 40 ruins. There are lovely lakes, waterfalls, and forested gorges along the Brecon Beacons National Park wilderness paths.
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