UK Stag Dos are Fit for a King

By Designaventure Ltd, PRNE
Sunday, March 13, 2011

HEREFORD, England, March 14, 2011 - Prince William is having his stag do in the UK, so what makes this big

The Royal wedding and the pre nuptials are all over the media, you cannot
get away from it. This is fantastic news, and big news for Britain, so of
course we are going to milk it for all it's worth.

Scratch the surface of this fantastic news and you will find other
important factors for this Great British isle.

Fuel prices are rocketing and low cost airlines are currently not living
up to their name, putting many stag parties off from travelling abroad for
their party weekend.

Oil prices constantly fluctuating are making predicting prices months in
advance a huge headache for airlines. So they are opting for the safer option
of selling their high demand weekend dates at a premium to ensure that they
don't lose out.

Is it any wonder stag parties are choosing not to fly? We all remember
the hassle and stress caused by issues like the ash cloud and airport strikes
of 2010. This year already there are talks of Spanish airport strikes.

All these elements are having a massive positive knock on effect on the
UK stag do market. Stag parties are turning their backs on ridiculously high
priced flights to Europe and opting to spend their hard earned pounds
celebrating their weekends in Britain. This is a great boost for both our
economy and tourism.

UK stag do organisers are enjoying seeing UK stag and hen party weekend
bookings soar (excuse the pun).

"Our stag activity weekends in the UK are up by a massive 25%," a
spokesman from DesignaVenture said.

"The low cost airlines are currently not living up to their name. On
weekends, their prices to most popular European destinations are double what
they were a year ago. Add that to all the additional extras they charge these
days and it just gets too expensive," he added.

UK vibrant destinations such as Bristol, Edinburgh and Bournemouth are
seeing a surge in stag activity weekend bookings, you can book 2 nights hotel
accommodation with breakfast, race rage buggies, play paintball, zip about on
hovercraft and get entry into a couple of super clubs for less than GBP200
per person. Bargain!

Is it any wonder the future King of England has shown his true colours by
choosing good old Blighty to celebrate his stag do?

For an extensive list of exciting adventures you could go on for your
stag activity weekend, check out and click on
popular ready-made packages.

Contact: Marco Walker -, +44(0)8456-432244

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