Latest trends in bachelor party travel

Final trip of freedom becomes more sophisticated

Arranging a memorable final trip of freedom before marriage is becoming more sophisticated, with the potential of allowing travel professionals a more lucrative role. Grooms-to-be are looking for newer ideas for bachelor and hen parties – alligator hunting by baiting chickens in Louisiana, for example, or flying to the Islamorada islands in Florida for diving, snorkelling and fishing for bonefish, tarpon and snook.
Bachelors in Ireland can lay their hands on innumerable activities, or go golfing in Scotland, while the glaciers of Iceland are excellent for ice trekking. A similar kind of experience may be gathered at Whistler Blackcomb, a ski resort in Canada ideal for skiing and snowboarding. Or they can head to South Africa for safari expeditions and hunting.
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