The Best Bachelor Party Planners in Wellington
In New Zealand’s ultra cool capital, you’re bound to have a night like no other. Visiting one of the most multicultural cities in New Zealand means you could finish the night with a bunch of new friends to visit across the globe.
Whether you’re looking for a place to dance on tables, drink some local craft beer, get your gay on, or watch some raw comedy, there is something for everyone here.
Being a small city also means you can find just about everything you could want in the one spot – no need to worry about splitting ubers or battling buses.x
With so many options to choose from, the only thing putting an end to your night will be the sunrise.
As if Wellington wasn’t good enough, we’ve gone underground and spoken to all the right people to tee-up some fairdinkum activities too.
You can choose between adrenaline seeking, easy and chilled, foodies galore and even more.
Whatever it is that gets you going, our specialist bucks party planners have got something in store for you – Just say the word and we can make it happen.
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Why have your bucks party in Wellington
If the old saying “with age, comes beauty” is true, we’ve found the source of Wellington’s charm. An antique cable car has been chugging past the Botanic Gardens and up to Kelburn Lookout since 1912. What the bright red cart lacks in size, it makes up in cute-ness. It’s basically the stuff of every little boy’s dreams.
The quaint journey is a scenie alternative to puffing your way up Wellington’s steep hill and there are excellent views along the way. At the summit, you’ll be met by panoramic views of the city and a small museum which displays the original cable car used on the tracks. There’s no need to hide your excitement, boys are never too old for their toys.
Maybe you’re more of a David Attenborough style, eco-warrior? We haven’t forgotten about you. Zealandia is an urban-eco sanctuary, dedicated to New Zealand’s conservation efforts. Among the 225-hectare lot, you’ll be able to spot many native birds, including numerous endangered species, and New Zealand’s infamous reptile, the tuatara.
There are 32 kilometres of walking trails and also a museum that documents the country’s natural history. The sights are so perfect, you’ll be wanting to stop every 3 steps to snap a picture. By the end of the day, your instagram feed will give National Geographic a run for its money.