How to go on your own Dadventure

Stuart Wickes from The Family Adventure Project is a real-life Dadventurer. He recently wrote a brilliant blog post, sharing his own experiences of taking his kids on expeditions, both big and small.

We asked Stuart to choose five Dadventure essentials from the site. Find out his top picks, to start your very own Dadventure today:

“Something to help with long term dreaming, plotting and planning”

Blackboard World Map Wall Sticker by Binary Box

 “An everyday something for ideas and saving to make things happen”

‘Adventures With Dad’ Jar by The Green Gables

“Something for the backyard adventure, so you don’t have to go far”

Ecogrill All Natural Barbecue Or Campfire by Eco Consumer Products

 “Something exciting the kids will want to use”

Survival Kit Tin by Battle Box

“Something to help you all remember”

Personalised Instagram Photo Canvas Print by Instant Canvas UK

See our full collection of gifts for Dadventures for Father’s Day now.

If you have stories or photos of you, your dad and a great adventure, we want to see them! We’re celebrating adventures big and small in the run up to Father’s Day. Whether you’ve trekked the Himalayas together, or just wanted to let your old man know that you appreciated all those trips to the seaside, submit your greatest #dadventures using the hashtag on Twitter and Instagram now. Check out our competition page for more information.

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