Dolphin watching has become one of the popular activities in Scotland these days. Moray Firth mud basins are home to large colonies of bottle nose dolphins. You can also spot schools of seals that spread out in spectacular formations trying to battle the strong currents. In case you are looking for something different from the many common sporting events like kayaking and rafting in Scotland for your stag weekends, these options would be worth considering.
Chanonry Pont, north of Inverness is the spot to be in to check out the leaping dolphin calves and adults. The best part is that dolphins can be spotted virtually all round the year but if you happen to be here in summer, you run a better chance to spot large colonies of these adorable and friendly creatures which love humans and their presence. Groups of Atlantic salmon that leap through the waterfalls to reach their place of birth of Loch Shin, where they would spawn the next generation attracts lots of curious onlookers
Head to Dornoch for beaches and some of the best angling spots and quad biking options. Wine trails, shooting ranges and the fabled royal Dornoch Championship Golf Course, the third oldest in the world, makes it a perfect spot for all your stag party activities. From simple and straight to wild and wicked, no matter how you wish your stag party experience to be, Scotland will be a perfect choice.