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Outdoor laser tag

Includes:

  • Two-hour game outdoors
  • Perfect layout
  • Nearly real weapons
  • RETURN TRANSFERS

description:

Since the Laser Tag activity has been first introduced for Stag parties in Riga, the technology has made significant progress. Now it takes place at a disused factory and is designed to deliver you an excellent experience. The new Laser Tag field has a unique layout, provides realistic weapons, and truly immersive scenarios to be enjoyed by you and your Stag comrades during two hours in total. Unlike paintballers, Laser Tag players don't have to pay for additional pellets, can wear their own clothes, and have no need of a mask - all this contributes to having even greater fun at your Stag Do in Riga!

€ 42,00
per person
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activity details:

  • Minimum group size

    The minimum group size is 6
  • time needed for activity

    Time needed, inclusive of transfers is
  • what to wear

    Comfortable clothes and suitable footwear
  • transfers

    Return transfers are INCLUDED
  • availability

    All year round

Reviews

“Activities were all well run and no problems.”

Kieran, March 2017

“XDream Hotel: The staff were brilliant and really looked after us all weekend! Activities: High light of the weekend was definitely the stag arrest!”

ANTHONY, July 2019

“The staff were all nice and kind and chatty. The go-karting was good fun, and brought out a little competition in the group. It put a lot of smiles on faces. The beer bike was enjoyable, and a laugh. Due to the Riga festival we went round a local park, but that was fun ...”

Warwick, June 2018

“Xdream Hotel was a of fun and also very accommodating to our boys behavior. We loved all the activities and had a lot of fun. Everything was well organized, punctual and the staff were always understanding and patient with us. We had a brilliant time. Thank you.”

Myer, November 2018

“Well organised activities and helpful staff would recommend to any other groups and use again.”

Neil, December 2016