There is nothing important than time, and if that’s all you give your dad this Father’s Day, he will be a happy man. Why not think outside the box and put together some DadVentures to spend some quality time with him?

Here’s 5 great ways to treat the old young man to on Father’s Day.

REV IT UP AT THE V&A WATERFRONT.

The difference between men and boys might be the price of their toys but this Father’s Day boys of all ages will be enthralled by the car show at the V&A Waterfront’s Silo District on Sunday, 17 June between 10am and 3pm.

Dad’s will be able to live their dream as they settle behind the wheel of cars such as Porche, Ferrari and Aston Martin and racing cars off the Killarney race track. The entire family will be entertained by various events planned throughout the day at this fun and free event. Luxury car brands such as Aston Martin will be on display for dads to view up close.

 

COOK UP A STORM AT GINGER & LIME.

Whether your dad is on fire in the kitchen, or the cause of the fire – Ginger & Lime cooking classes are a culinary dadventure not to be missed. With a fun and passionate approach to food, Ginger & Lime offers an international cooking experience to suit any father’s fancy.

Classes are enjoyable and interactive, ending off with a full tummy and a recipe booklet to take home.

www.gingerandlime.co.za 

 

 HIKE TO ELEPHANT’S EYE CAVE.

Challenge the man of the house to a memorable Dadventure to the renowned Elephant’s Eye Cave in Silvermine.

This hike will take you roughly 2 hours, with a moderate incline suitable for new hikers too and a beautiful view of Tokai Forrest below. Entrance to Silvermine will cost you R15pp but the experience will be priceless and a perfect excuse to pack a picnic.

 

 INDOOR ROCK CLIMBING AT CITY ROCK.

If the weather outside is not to your liking, have an indoor rock climbing Dadventure. City Rock offers fun and informative introduction courses or you can feel your way around on their exciting auto belay walls.

The experience is challenging but the fun you will have while you’re at it is well worth the sore muscles.

Entrance will cost you R150 for adults, R120 for pensioners or students and R110 for kids.

www.cityrock.co.za

 

BEER TASTING AT WOODSTOCK BREWERY

A brew-tiful dadventure of the senses awaits you at Woodstock Brewery. For R30 each, dad and you can enjoy 6 unique Woodstock Brewery craft beers at an informative tasting and even a brewery tour while you’re at it for just R30 extra. Learn about the process behind creating craft beers and engage all your senses, as you take in the unmatched taste of one of Cape Town’s most celebrated breweries.

www.woodstockbrewery.co.za 

 

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