Award-winning Goodleaf Tree Climbing are offering vouchers for one of their two-hour sessions, which enable participants to use ropes and harnesses to climb 50-feet into the canopy of an ancient Oak tree. All Dads taking part will also receive a free limited edition camping mug on the day of their climb.
Vouchers cost £37 for adults, £27 for children (and are valid until the end of October 2014). For more details visit www.goodleaf.co.uk (or telephone 0333 800 1188).
Elsewhere on the Isle of Wight this Father’s Day, Dads will be able to…
-Travel free on the Isle of Wight Steam Railway:
-Enjoy one of the biggest and best music festivals in the whole of the UK at The Isle of Wight Festival (a day ticket costs £75):
(For Dads who can’t make it over to the Island for the Festival itself, a set of six retro limited edition posters, featuring glorious artwork from the previous 6 festivals, is available for £30):
-Or learn to sail, paraglide, fly, fish or golf at: The UK Sailing Academy in Cowes (http://www.uksa.org/leisure/dates-and-prices.asp); The High Adventure at Yarmouth (http://www.high-adventure.uk.com/pricelist.html); The Isle of Wight Pleasure Flights in Sandown (http://iwpleasureflights.co.uk/); fishing and fishing-boat charters at various locations on the Island (http://www.redfunnel.co.uk/island-guide/isle-of-wight-activities/fishing-and-fishing-boat-charters/); and golf courses in Cowes, East Cowes, Freshwater, Newport, Ryde, Sandown and Ventnor (http://www.redfunnel.co.uk/island-guide/things-to-do/isle-of-wight-golf-courses/).
For all further tourist information from the Isle of Wight, visit http://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk.