Buying something for the dad that has everything is pretty hard. You search the web, team up with your siblings, even buy things last minute because it’s hard to make a decision. These Father’s Day adventure gift ideas from Tinggly Experiences are not only great but very affordable. The great thing about them is that even if dad lives far away, he will still get the perfect gift in time.
Tinggly Is Worldwide
With hundreds of experiences to choose from worldwide, Tinggly has something for everyone. They even have Father’s Day adventure gift ideas pre-selected for almost any dad to enjoy. Whether your dad likes a great outdoor adventure, a beer tasting tour, or even a trip back in history, Tinggly has something for everyone.
The Kayaking Adventure
I had the pleasure of experience a couple different Tinggly adventures. The first one was an amazing kayaking trip down the San Antonio River with Mission Kayak Rentals. The process was very easy, and the experience was breathtaking. I have walked the Riverwalk many times, and I have even ridden in the boats that cruise the river. But experiences the San Antonio Riverwalk by Kayak was unbelievable.
We picked up our kayaks by the Tobin Center. The attendees checked us in, fitted us with life vests and put the kayaks in the water for us. They gave us a quick tutorial and we were off. I really didn’t know what to expect, boy was I in for a treat. This experience was one of the most relaxing, exhilarating, and exciting things I have ever done.
As we strolled down the Riverwalk we saw beautiful buildings, flowers, and so many ducks. People were asking us about the kayaks, we felt like celebrities, haha. We spent a little over two hours on the river and I could’ve spent all day. This experience made me want to go buy a kayak of my own.
Electric Bikes And Beer
My second experience with Tinggly was so much fun. The hubs came with me on this one, probably because it included a couple brewery stops. This experience was a guided tour, which I was very happy about. We picked up our bikes at the Pegoda Bike shop on Broadway. After a quick tutorial on how to work the electric bike, we were off. Our first stop was actually a convenience store for some sunscreen, it was a very sunny hot day. After that, we were on our way to our first brewery.
A Visit Through The King William District
We rode through The King William district on the way to the brewery, this is a beautiful part of San Antonio filled with old Victorian homes. It was so peaceful and beautiful riding through this historic district. I really forgot how beautiful this are of town in. It reminds me of The Garden District in New Orleans
Blue Star Brewing Company
We made our way to the Blue Star Brewing Company had amazing appetizers and we also had a flight of some very yummy brews. My favorite was a raspberry sour beer.
A Tour Of Murals
After our first stop we headed to see some murals, I absolutely love seeing murals around town. There were quite a few on St. Mary’s street, and even more under the I-35 Highway. We also stopped at the Alamo and it was great to see so many people out enjoying our beautiful city.
Southerlieghs At The Pearl
Next we headed to the next brewery, which is at one of my favorite restaurants downtown, Southerlieghs at the Pearl. We each picked a beer out and grabbed some iced water, did I mention how hot it was… Again there were so many people out and about enjoying this beautiful day. I love how many bike trails are available downtown to keep all the bikers safe.