Forest Bathing

Forest bathing, also known as Shinrin-yoku in Japanese, is a practice that involves immersing oneself in a natural forest environment to promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Originating in Japan in the 1980s, forest bathing has gained popularity worldwide as a form of nature therapy and stress reduction. The concept is rooted in the idea that spending time in nature, particularly in forests, has various health benefits. Forest bathing emphasizes the mindful and intentional connection with nature. Rather than being an activity solely focused on physical exercise, it encourages individuals to engage their senses fully and be present in the natural surroundings. 

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Private activities

Forests are considered therapeutic environments due to the presence of phytoncides, which are natural compounds emitted by trees. Inhaling these compounds is believed to have various health benefits, including boosting the immune system and reducing stress.

Guided Sessions:
Our forest bathing experiences are guided by trained practitioners who lead participants through a series of activities designed to enhance their connection with nature. These sessions often include gentle movement, meditation, and reflective exercises.
Number of participants: 10 to 20 persons
Duration: 2 to 4 hours
Price: on demand

Privatized visit for your group of 10 to 20 persons.

Affordable Travels

Price based on the number of people.

Self-guided Tours

We provide all the necessary information.

Group Discounts

We offer a discount to groups.

Guest Support

We are available 24/7 during your stay.

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