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Surprise Your Dad With The Gift Of Travel This Fathers Day

August 31, 2015 OTA News No Comments Email Email

Does your Dad have everything he needs? Always trawling through endless online stores days before father’s day trying to find the perfect gift?

The act of traveling is always a unique experience and can only be made better by great company.  Travelling is often described as a once in a lifetime reality, and the only thing you buy that in turn makes you richer. Have a look at cheapflights.co.uk for great deals on flights. Perhaps your father has always dreamed of sailing down the Mekong Delta in Vietnam, or would prefer a family friendly activities holiday in Europe, it’s time to make it happen.

If you can’t afford to take your Dad away this year check out these 5 gift ideas for the travelling Dad.

  1. Kindle Voyage – Even if your Dad isn’t the most tech savvy the Kindle Voyage is a must. Top features include long lasting battery life and a lightweight design so it’s really easy to carry around. Plus he’ll never get bored again.
  1. Scratch off map – Luckies scratch off map features a gold foil top layer which is designed to be scratched off once that country has been visited, revealing an interesting fact about the place.
  1. Nostalgic photobook – why don’t you make a gift from your old travel memories? Companies such as Photobox create great photo books and it would be easy to make a nostalgic present from all the places you had been with your father over the years?
  1. GoPro – What better way for your Dad to capture his holiday memories then with a GoPro.
  1. World travel adapter – If your on a budget why not get a travel adaptor, this will be something your Dad will always have a use for and may even be something he has forgotten to purchase himself.

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