Much like adventure days, we also have experience days. These are not far different from each other, however experience days are more geared towards taking part in activities that help to develop ones skills or offer for people to learn a new skill. These experiences can be sport related, life skills, developing ones culinary skills or simply an experience of something completely new. The whole point of these is to be involved in something that is relatively new and enjoyable.
Experience days enable individuals to enjoy some time together whilst learning a new skill or gaining the opportunity to try out something unfamiliar to their daily routine. Gift experiences do not need to be a costly process and can suit most tastes and levels. Young people tend to enjoy experience gifts more than adults because of the variety in activities they can take part in such as, go-carting, going to a racing event, taking part in water sports or going on adventure trails.
Adventure gifts are almost always physical, requiring a good level of fitness. This may not be suitable for people with limited mobility, physical issues or health related problems. In terms of enjoying a day that involves various experiences such as spa treatments, water sports, wine making, cooking lessons, flight training etc these are open to people with specific interests and does not usually require strong physical endurance.
Some of these experience days can involve driving a Ferrari round a circuit for an hour, or getting involved in an F1 Grand Prix simulator for the younger generation. Other experiences could involve chocolate making exercises, or wine tasting at a local vineyard. Often people like to get involved with wine making before the wine tasting, followed by a luxury meal, these are more suitable for couples or newlyweds. Chocolate making classes is exactly what it is called, the art of chocolate making for chocolate lovers! There is nothing more exciting than making your own bag of chocolates with your friends, loved ones or family.
Some experiences may involve scuba diving lessons, in which case people taking part would need to be in relatively good health. People of specific ages or physical limitations may not be permitted to take part in the activity; others may require documents to prove their eligibility to take part in the lessons. These are normally in the form of age verification, health and medical inspections forms, and any previous experience related to the activity (for example previously completed courses).