a little more about Reykjavik stag weekends
As you would expect snow covered landscapes and fun-packed 'white-out' adventures are favoured in this arresting natural environment: at StagWeb we’ve searched through Iceland’s most appealing activities from whale watching and white water rafting to snorkelling in the Silfra Fissure to find the most fun, best value and stimulating experiences. You can easily mix white-knuckle thrill seeking with the ultimate chilling, that’s a ‘chillaxing’ two-for-one! With Reykjavik stag weekend ideas in mind how about combining a bit of whale watching and snowmobiling or rafting one day with a hangover busting thermal dip the following morning? Gentlemen you have all the ingredients for a legendary weekend that will rank as one of the best and most unique of your stag years! Add in a couple of huge nights and you’ve set a standard that will be difficult to surpass. Fancy a splash of culture? Check out the nearby famous landmarks like the Hallgrimskirkja Church, City Hall, Blue Lagoon and Mount Esja.
If you’re eager for ideas to get you started have a look at our “Build It” page for a full list of potential options or the activities tab for more details on highly recommended daytime action. Don’t forget at StagWeb you get your own event manager with hands-on local knowledge to help you make the best decisions for you and the group.
Reykjavik truly inspirational destination!
Iceland’s geographical location should play a considered part in your Reykjavik stag weekend planning. The weather and time zone is worth thinking about with the country being North of Scotland which is a massive positive in summer and worth noting in winter. Iceland’s latitudinal position means that the spring, summer and early autumn bring extensive daylight, in June the sun never fully sets! The flip side is that in winter sunrise can arrive mid afternoon, giving you a little less outdoor activity time but with the right itinerary it won’t matter a snowball. Deep winter can be bracing (see temperatures on the guide page), however if you do find yourselves getting a bit chilly we have award winning, highly recommended solutions close at hand. There are abundant sources of naturally thermal water in Reykjavik which are perfect to relax and rejuvenate you and possibly one of the coolest things in the world you could do to cure a stag night hangover. The most famous of these is the Blue Lagoon, which utilises the tropic warmth of the underground geothermal activity. The steamy waters of the Blue Lagoon are part of an extraordinary lava formation and an unparalleled way to relax after a busy day of kayaking, hiking or quad biking.
Reykjavik stag weekends are packed with a genuinely inspiring range of possibilities, from thrilling activities and exciting nightlife to art, culture and relaxation. The people are wonderful, social and very friendly. It’s a really impressive country and you’ll get much of the best of it during your stay in the capital. There won’t be many of the boys who’ve been and the chances are you may not get the opportunity to go again for a while, if you’re reading this page and you’re tempted, we’d recommend at least taking the next step and looking into it further. You’d have to go a very long way to find all of this anywhere else. And don’t worry about Iceland’s finances; with StagWeb you’re financially protected!