Organising ski holidays since 2006

Stag dos

Stag dos in Bulgaria and Borovets in particular have become really popular over the last couple of years. Why? Well firstly and foremost they’re really cheap, especially when compared to other resorts in France, Austria or Andorra. The resorts are regularly named as the best value places to ski in Europe, and when you’re organising a large group keeping the cost down is really important. Even when you’re not skiing the prices are low – a pint of beer is around the £1 mark, restaurant meals approximately £5. Borovets is also well-known for it’s nightlife (more than 20 bars and 7 clubs), so as a stag do destination there’s a lot going for it.

For the Best Man a ski stag do is ideal in that it’s pretty easy to organise. Sometimes on a regular stag do the day-time can drag a little as everyone is waiting for the evening drinking session to start. But on a ski stag do you don’t need to worry about organising activities to keep people interested during the day as everyone is out on the slopes. We’ve a lot of experience organising stag dos and we realise how for the Best Man it can sometimes be a thankless task, so we can help and advise you along the way if you need it.

We’ve had stag dos of between 4 and 30 people before so we can handle any group size. A typical stag do is 3-4 days, with 2-3 days on the slopes and most groups tend to go for a central hotel on a B&B basis. If you can avoid the middle of February (when it’s the school holidays) then prices tend to range between £280 – £400 per person depending on the quality of hotel that you choose. This includes your flights, picking you up from Sofia airport in your own vehicles (and taking you back of course), lift passes, ski hire, and any lessons that people might need. The only extras are your meals and beer money.

So if you think you’d be interested in creating a memorable stag do then just fill in our enquiry form and we’ll get back to you with some tailored prices in the next few hours. We promise you won’t be disappointed.