The hen party is a main event in the diary of any bride to be. So it becomes important that the occasion is marked with activities and events that will be remembered. You don’t really want to leave it up to the last minute and find that nothing exciting has been planned and nothing interesting is going to happen. Long gone are the days in which a quiet drink at a pub with a few friends will meet the expectations of everyone who attends. You want to make it memorable and fun but what to do?
There is a growing increase in hen party opportunities and the market is offering up some great chances to see and do all of the things you want to before you tie the knot. This article will look at a few of the choices you have when picking a hen night activity.
A popular choice is that of horse riding. Many people don’t do this as part of their everyday life and this is their chance to experience something different. You set out on a horse suited to your ability and trot across the Isle of Wight exploring and embracing all that the Isle has to offer. Ideal for novice riders as well as those with vast amounts of experience this is an activity that will suit all hen party goers and leave you wanting more.
For those looking for something a little more adventurous may want to consider paragliding. This popular activity came to be in the mid 80s and is one of the best forms of free flight that you can experience. You will be launched from a cliff or a hill set free to control which is straight forward and easy as they glide slowly to the ground and is amazingly quick to learn. This is a great way to experience something a little different and make that hen party a little different.
Fancy some off land action? Then you could be looking at power boating around the Isle of Wight. Offering a range of boats that each provides something a little different such as the fast open top boats (hold on to your hat) or perhaps something a little smoother and gentle that will allow you to experience the sea air and embrace the wonderful scenery.
There you have three great activities that will allow your hen party to be a little more memorable if your on the Isle of Wight.
This article was written by Tom Sangers on behalf of Hermitage Hotel who offer Bed and breakfast Isle of Wight accommodation and Isle of Wight breaks.