I'm a bride-to-be get me out of here hen do in newcastle
It's the TV show we can't stop talking about, we've cheered on Stacey, laughed out loud at Tuffers and fallen in love with Dougie. And it seems hen parties' appetite for jungle adventure is equally as avaricious (despite some of the food they face). Our I'm a Bride-To-Be Get Me Out Of Here hen party is proving a smash hit with daring hens looking to get away from more traditional hen weekends. This really is one of the most daring challenges a hen party can face!
If the bride-to-be has ever wondered how you'd survive ITV's rumble in the jungle can now put her to the test with a series of hilarious games and activities. You won't need to sleep in wooden cots, during this all day event, but you will laugh, shriek and cheer as you and your fellow hens push yourself to the limits. There's even a bush tucker trial for added bite!
- High Ropes Course - Set in the treetops of beautiful ancient woodland, this incredible two hour adventure, will see you tackle zip wires, rope bridges and swinging towers. To finish you'll have to brave the unbelievable Powerfan, leaping from a great height... with no safety net!
- Archery - There'll be no need for hunger games on your hen weekend, but you will need, skill, accuracy and composure to win the archery challenge.
- Bush Tucker Trial - NOOOooo! It's the most dreaded test of them all and certainly not for the fainthearted, the nearly-wed and her chief bridesmaid will go head to head as they identify a series of objects by touch or taste. "Would you like ketchup with that?"
- Afternoon Tea - Having survived the adventure you can celebrate in a more ladylike way with a fancy afternoon tea,
Ant & Dec-isms
Dec - "I was impressed with Michael and those big red balls."
Ant - "Yeah, I think his harness was a bit tight."
Ant - "Now, I'm no vet guys, but that snake wasn't happy!"
Dec - "Well I'm not surprised. It was pulled out of Foggy's shorts two days ago and since then, Foggy hasn't texted, he hasn't written, he hasn't called - NOTHING."
Dec - "The big news is Gemma Collins has left the jungle - although to be fair, she gave it her best shot. I mean, she wouldn't get in the helicopter, wouldn't do the zip wire and didn't face a single bushtucker trial."
Ant - "But when it came to the biggest task of all, she stepped up to the plate... and did a little bit of knitting. No one can ever take that away from her!"
Please note; this activity is in no way affiliated with the ITV show or LWT.