For an adventurous group of friends, or just a group of friends who is tired of the same old things that they always do, you’re likely looking for a new experience to enjoy. Sitting at home or drinking at a bar just isn’t as fun as it used to be. Experiencing something new is always at its most fun and memorable when shared with a group of friends. To start on that new adventure, you should consider these four things to do with your favorite group of friends.

Experience an Escape Room

One of the most recent crazes that are rising in popularity is escape rooms. These are large rooms that are designed in such a way that provides a storyline you have to work through. The goal is quite easy. You have to escape the room. By working together with your friends, you have to solve puzzle after riddle, and either make it through the room or suffer the fictional consequences.


Have you ever gone hiking with your friends before? Perhaps now’s the time. With each person responsible for a certain aspect of hiking, you can all work together to challenge your bodies and your friendship. Hiking can allow you to view some of the most beautiful sceneries the natural world has to offer. Those views should be shared with friends.

Visit a Psychic

You may have likely heard about psychics but have you ever actually visited one before? If you don’t mind getting to know your friends a little better, then you should visit a psychic. Not only can they reveal details about yourself and your friends, but they can also likely hint at things to come in the future. Perhaps one of you will be expecting a wedding or a new relationship sometime soon. Even if you don’t believe in their gifts, getting an outside perspective on life and your friend group can be a fun way to bond. Either way, the experience is a lot of fun and it’s great to do with friends.


Whether you travel across the country or internationally, it should always be done with friends. Learning a new culture, especially, is best done with friends because it can help alleviate some of that awkwardness as you adjust to the new culture. You don’t feel quite as lost. In addition, you learn and grow together.
There are many adventures waiting to be had with your friends. These four experiences are just a small taste of all that you can do. Rise to the challenge and grab your friends.

Author's Bio: 

Dixie Somers is a freelance writer who loves to write for business, health, home, and women’s interests. She lives in Arizona with her husband and three beautiful daughters.