Father’s Day is around the corner, and it’s a time to celebrate Dad. So what should you get him? What would he actually like?
Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. If you’re looking for something that Dad will love and appreciate, check out these 10 great gift ideas for Father’s Day.
If Dad is an adventurer
Does Dad get a thrill from riding roller coasters? Does he enjoy watersports? Or maybe sky diving is on his bucket list? It sounds like he’s an adventurer and thrill-seeker. So why not gift him with a quest, like snorkeling in Anilao, Batangas? This package allows you and your dad to explore the depths of Anilao’s pristine waters. Keep your eyes peeled for colorful schools of fish and corals!
If Dad is an anime geek
So Dad has a collection of constructed models and volumes of manga. He’s even learned some Japanese to better understand anime series and video games. And like many otakus, he dreams of shopping at Tokyo’s Akihabara. Reward Dad with the next best thing, an Asakusa and Akihabara virtual tour straight from Japan.
If Dad is a beach bum
Perhaps Dad is more chill and laid-back. His idea of the perfect vacation is a family weekend on the beach, with a long afternoon nap, of course. In that case, book Dad a private Batangas beach tour. He doesn’t have to drive long and winding roads, and he gets to unwind.
If Dad is a chef
Maybe Dad has dozens of kitchen gadgets and recipe books. His favorite shows include competitions like Hell’s Kitchen and Master Chef. He enjoys cooking his signature dishes for the family on special occasions. Show your love for Dad with a paella cooking class on Zoom. Dad will learn only from the very best instructors in Valencia, Spain.
If Dad is a do-it-yourself pro
Is Dad a handyman around the house? Is he great with a hammer, screwdriver, or drill? Does he get a kick out of building things from scratch? Then Dad will love working with a leather bifold wallet DIY kit. Not only will he enjoy the experience, but he’ll also get a new wallet.
If Dad is a foodie
Perhaps Dad has a refined palette and enjoys trying out the newest restaurants. When you eat out, he knows just what to order. At home, he spends most of his time researching the most delicious places to dine. So why not allow Dad and his tastebuds to go on a Chinatown food tasting tour?
If Dad is a frequent flyer
Does your family travel often? Or maybe Dad’s job involves a lot of flying in and out of the country? Now that governments worldwide are slowly accepting foreign travelers, consider giving Dad a leather passport holder DIY kit.
If Dad is a gym rat
Maybe Dad regularly goes to the gym and plays sports. So for the fit, toned, and healthy dad, get something practical like Ayn Skin’s Jet Pack travel set. The small and convenient bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and body cleanser will be well appreciated in the locker room.
If Dad is a history buff
Perhaps Dad reads up on great military battles in history. Maybe he spends countless hours watching war films and documentaries. Or he is fascinated by stories of bravery, courage, and sacrifice. So why not gift Dad with a Corregidor day tour, an epic field trip he’ll never forget.
If Dad is a sweet tooth
Does Dad always look for dessert? Does he enjoy baking cookies and brownies? Does he order something sweet to go with his black coffee? So this Father’s Day, give him something special, indulgent, and sweet: Miss B’s Basque burnt cheesecake.
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