why an Isle of Wight stag do?
The island plays host to numerous sporting celebrations and festivals throughout the year, including the internationally acclaimed Cowes Week, so it’s no surprise that it’s fast becoming the new capital of extreme sports! Whether it’s the phenomenal array of water-based activities that floats your boat (oh yes), or a leisurely Llama Trek, we’ve got it all here at StagWeb. We’re committed to your enjoyment and can guarantee first class service, support and value from the start; so, if you do one good thing today, brief us now - the boys will thank you for it.
The Isle of Wight has 60 miles of unspoilt scenery and as such a huge range of fantastic outdoor activities to keep the boys busy all weekend. Mix these first rate activities with wild, stunning surroundings and you’ve got the recipe for stag success.
If you fancy mixing in a bit of sightseeing with fantastic activities then on your list of things to see should be Carisbrooke Castle, St Catherine’s Lighthouse and Osborne House. Give one or two of these a visit and then crack on with the stag activities! The Isle of Wight has great activities both on land and out at sea so you can give each day of your weekend a theme.
Begin the day with some clay shooting followed by coasteering to really get the adrenaline pumping then in the afternoon head out to the sea for some banana boating where you’ll hold on for a high-speed, balance-challenging ride!
There are tons of terrific things to get busy with on your stag weekend in the Isle of Wight, so check out our activities and guarantee the boys a terrific time!
when to go to the Isle of Wight
If you want to take advantage of the island’s superb outdoor activities then celebrating your stag between March-September will give the best climate.
The main event rocking the island is the Isle of Wight Festival which happens every June - past headlining artists include Paul McCartney, Jay Z, The Prodigy, Neil Young, Kaiser Chiefs, The Sex Pistols, The Police, Coldplay and plenty more. March sees the Isle of Wight Grand National & Ashley Scurry with amateur horse racing events and in May there’s the Real Ale Festival.