5 Free Summer Activities for Grown-ups! πŸ˜Ž


Bunch of strawberries in a box by Markus Spiske

Run wild on a strawberry farm, get your hands dirty, and put your boots on! 

Strawberry picking is one of the best and most delicious things to do during a long summer break. 

Take sun cream to avoid the heat and don’t think because you’ve eaten strawberries before you’re qualified for this,  you’ll be surprised!


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The first surfing contest took place in California in 1928, and since then surfing has been one of the most addictive sea sports to do. 

Once you feel the waves below you pushing you to shore you will be turning right round to go again! 

(Always be careful though as surfing is dangerous if not done properly. You must take lessons before trying solo.)


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The one word for picnics to remember is “easy”. 

Take along your friends and family and tell everyone to grab a basket each. 

Stroll to a park, riverside, lake or field and set up a great picnic spot in the shade to enjoy with your loved ones. 

A picnic is a great way to unwind and reflect on nature all around you. 


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Pick a nice theme such as  Romeo & Juliet – 1997 or whatever you think you will enjoy, and have a fab time with friends. 

Encourage participants to dress up in attire to bring the whole event together.

Turn it into a competition if you wish and select the best dresser of the event for added fun.


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This one is more of a nature stroll. Butterflies are undeniably adorable and a real eye-catcher for those who wish to explore the gems of nature. 

Before you go out print out a page full of butterfly pictures, then take your loved ones with you and set out on a nature trail. Try identifying the butterflies you spot and see how close you can get to identifying the name. 

We hope you will enjoy these activities and remember to try some of them on your next summer vacation! 


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