After years of presenting him with the same old socks and jocks combo, why not treat your dear old dad to something different this Father's Day?
Ask the old man to take an adventure with you, and the pair of you could be jetting off somewhere exciting (but maybe don't refer to him as "old man" when you ask!). Whether it's for a bit of bonding time, or just to get him out of his comfort zone, every destination holds something exciting. Now it's up to you to help him narrow it down:
It wasn't so long ago that dads were relegated to the barbecue, trusted only with the snags and banished from the kitchen for fear of burning it down. But now, food-loving dads around the globe are throwing down the tongs and demanding their slice of the pie.
Whether your dad loves to cook, or he just needs some tasty inspiration, a culinary adventure could be just the ticket.
Spice things up with a trip to South East Asia, where each dish is built around the four pillars of salt, spice, sweet and sour. This harmonious blend of flavours means every meal is a new discovery.
Many recipes from Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia are easily recreated at home so dad will bring back a wealth of knowledge. And you'll never suffer through another of his "Chicken Surprise" casseroles again.
Ok, so he might not be Bear Grylls, but if your dad's fond of a bit of adventure why not take him somewhere that will really test his limits? And no, I don't mean taking him to the local go-kart track or forcing him to follow your sister around as she shops for a new pair of jeans.
Why not get him to tackle Bolivia's legendary Yungas Road? If this doesn't sound familiar, perhaps you know it better as Death Road - a 69 kilometre stretch of road running from La Paz to Coroico. To put it bluntly, this is the most dangerous road on earth.
Built in the 1930s, it is a single lane road with no guard rails and dropoffs of at least 600 metres. Of course, if this sounds too hardcore you can always take the alternative route boasting a comfortable two lanes, handrails and asphalt. But hey, you only live once!
Was your childhood spent surrounded by injured and orphaned animals, adopted by your nature-loving dad (and promptly looked after by your long suffering mother?) If so, why not take him out in the wild to search for Africa's Big 5 in Kenya.
Forget bunny rabbits and stray puppies, Kenya has something pretty special in store…the only difference being he can't bring these ones home!
Action-packed game drives provide the chance to see elephants, lions, giraffes, hippos, rhinos, zebras and some of the most prolific birdlife in the world.
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