Are you on the lookout for gift inspiration for the upcoming Father’s Day? We have you covered! At HV we are all about the gift of experience and creating memories that will last a lifetime. You will find below 6 trip ideas to offer as a father’s day gift and that we think would delight the Dads.
Offer world class golfing with panoramic views in all Directions. This picturesque fishing village on the northern tip of Banderas Bay seamlessly blends authentic Mexican culture, tropical scenery, and upscale luxury living. Above all home to beautiful villas and resorts, sumptuous spas and unrivalled golf, Punta Mita is a true delight.
The island offers the perfect setting for several types of sport fishing. The Atlantic depths and great deep-sea fishing is only minutes away. In addition, Turks and Caicos is home to one of the largest barrier reefs in the world providing for some unbelievable reef fishing. The blue waters of the reef have grouper, snapper, tuna and more so bring your rod, reel, and family to relax in this luxurious spot.
If in search of a little boost of adrenaline, Anguilla happens to be an ideal place for kite-surfing. There are a variety of locations to take advantage of, with something to suit any level of experience – from the more exposed spots with 10 to 20-foot waves for the more advanced kite-surfer, to the calm, sheltered area with sandy bottoms perfect for beginners. Anguilla is also great for all kind of Watersports and they are easily accessed from all of the Hosted Villa’s luxury homes.
As the symbol of Canada’s rugged west coast, Whistler played host to the Olympics in 2010. And its two mountains – Whistler and Blackcomb – mean ski and snowboard enthusiasts will have everything they need to ensure a sensational getaway. However, the sheer wonderment of Whistler doesn’t end with trips up and down its breathtaking slopes. There are plenty of other attractions that make Whistler a premier getaway spot for everyone.
Over the years, surfing in the Algarve, has become a very popular wellness sport with the area being a niche area of tourism in the country. The Algarve is known for its beautiful sandy beaches and warm climate. It’s also a European hotspot for surfing and the waves are consistent every day of the year. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that the water is warm, refreshing, and clear blue. What’s more, the atmosphere of the Algarve is laid-back, and the locals are friendly.
With its quiet roads amidst fields of lavender, fine wines to taste, and wonderful food to eat, the Provence region of France is heaven on earth for cycling enthusiasts. And every few miles there is a shop, cafe or restaurant where you can get supplies or a bite to eat. For the ones looking to tackle the brag worthy Mont Ventoux, they will be on the heart of it all.