Father’s Day is in a couple of weeks and for many people that means it is time to scramble for the appropriate gift to share with their dad’s.

Just like last year, some people might not be able to spend time with their dad’s because of the pandemic but that doesn’t mean you can’t still spoil them.

Whether he is into fine dining or DIY gifts, you have a few weeks to decide what you are going to get.

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Here are some ideas to help you out:

For the foodie

Here we’re talking about the dads who enjoy the eating part more than they enjoy the preparing part. Why not treat dad to a delicious homemade meal on Father’s Day? Or better yet order him some food from a local restaurant so that he feels extra special.

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For the bookworm

There’s never been a better time to be a bookworm. With many of us still spending the bulk of our time at home, a best selling page-turner will be a welcomed gift to a dad who loves to read. Check out websites like loot.co.za to see if they are running any specials.

Pro tip: be sure to add in a special brew of coffee to include in your gift. With winter setting in fast, a warm cuppa to go with a good book is sure to make the gesture all that more special!

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For the culture curious

Airbnb launched some fun and interactive Online Experiences during lockdown last year, in a bid to allow people to explore the world from home.

From living rooms in New York, to kitchens in Italy, to the shores of Cape Town, there is something for everyone to enjoy. These Airbnb Experiences make for fun gifts.

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Moreover, it’s a unique way to celebrate your day from the comfort – and safety – of home. If you can not be with your father on the day, then maybe get him an Experience so that he does not feel alone.