Whistler, BC is a fantastic location for a bachelor party. Visitors can enjoy the thrills and spills and social side here. It is a place that fits perfectly with the idea that a bachelor is making the most of their final days of freedom before getting married.
A Whistler Bachelor Party will prove to be like no other bachelor party you might have attended. It is good to get away from your local area and enjoy the fun away from prying eyes that might know you and judge everything you do while you enjoy yourself. It will help everyone to relax and help the groom-to-be to have an enjoyable time.
It is so easy for the party planner when they have Whistler as the location to choose. The location is one everyone will appreciate before any other arrangements have been thought of. It will be considered everyone’s ideal destination when they think about what is on offer here.
Whether you are into ziplining or bungee jumping, Whistler can offer you a breath-taking experience. Either activity can provide the adrenalin everyone will seek on this day and night out with the lads.
The Superfly Ziplines and the Ecotours will prove popular. The good thing about ziplining is that it is an all-year-round activity, whatever the weather happens to be doing when you want your bachelor party excursion.
Bungee jumping has already taken off as a must-do activity. With safety in mind, party guests can throw themselves off the bridge that hovers above the Cheakamus River. The strong elasticated rope then does the rest as it provides the thrill of a lifetime through having someone bounce up and down in mid-air high above the beautiful scenery.
There are some other interesting activities at Whistler too that are well worth finding out about
Those into motorsports will find the ATV Tours of interest. They will be able to negotiate the rough terrain while trying to keep control of their bike. A professional guide will, of course, be around to ensure the best possible experience as well as steer you in the right direction.
It is snow sports that Whistler is famous for. These can include snowboarding and skiing.
If looking to time this well then, the most reliable snowfall is experienced at Whistler between mid-November and May. It is good how long a snow season they have as this makes fitting around it easier when it comes to bachelor parties. It makes sense to go out on the slopes when the snow is of the perfect consistency for snowboarding or skiing. The consistency that you want is to have snow powdery as opposed to solid ice. This makes for an experience that is more geared to the sport and so more enjoyable and rewarding.
Because there is a time of year that is best in terms of the snow, it is worth timing a bachelor party in line with the best months, even if it means arranging a wedding for a different time of year than originally planned. The bachelor party should be, hopefully, as close as possible to the wedding to hold the meaning that it is supposed to have in terms of the groom-to-be enjoying being a bachelor for a few more days. It is old-fashioned thinking in a way, but some things are just tradition.
For those who are okay with getting wet, there is white water rafting to enjoy. The waters are rough, but with that comes an extra rush of adrenalin. Those into thrills will take some persuading not to put on a wetsuit and enter the river.
The rough waters can be found at Cheakamus, Green Elaho Rivers, and Squamish, and some tours are run in this part of Whistler. It is good to know that you will be provided with a professional raft guide to ensure your safety but enhance your level of fun with some tips on how to get the better of the river if that is possible.
The nightlife is also to be enjoyed at Whistler. The Whistler Club Crawl allows for bachelors to experience something like celebrating back home. You can have this as well as all the above. You can party the night away to end the perfect day that you had on the slopes or in the river.
Whistler does have it all when it comes to adrenalin rushes, entertainment, and overall enjoyment. It must surely find itself on every party planner’s list. The groom-to-be will also, of course, have a say.