As an outdoorsy person currently working to figure out my own bachelorette party, I know that planning a get-together to make everyone happy is harder than it seems. From affordability to availability of accommodations to area activities to car rentals and airports, there’s a lot to figure out.
What complicates the issue even further is that most of the information you’ll find on the best bachelorette party destinations is focused on traditional activities — heading to bars, getting massages, or dressing up in matching t-shirts and pink sashes to go wine tasting. And while I certainly enjoy wine tasting, I’d rather stay home than wear cliché pink t-shirts or do tequila shots at 11 AM. That’s why I’m looking at the best bachelorette party destinations for alternative, older, or more low-key brides.