If you are struggling to decide on the best way to spoil your dad this Father's Day, there's still hope. Most people are skipping the lavish gifts and offering their dad one of a kind experiences. Author Blake Morgan sums it up perfectly. He says people spend less money on stuff but more on experiences.
Here are some Father's Day ideas:
For the dad who loves cooking: Taste Malay Dishes with a Home Chef will teach your dad how to prepare a traditional three-course, home-cooked Malay meal in an authentic Malay home. Judging from host, Fayruza’s "arrive hungry" instructions, it must be good.
Those who love the city: Artist and professional tour guide, Bongani hosts Street Art Walks in Joburg’s city centre. Join his walking tour and get a close look at graffiti like you’ve never seen it before.
Learn to surf: In Durban, Brandon will teach your dad how to surf at Addington beach. No experience, fitness or equipment is needed, and he provides rash vests and wetsuits.