Finland, which has been named the world’s happiest country for the sixth year in a row by the World Happiness Report, is offering free trips to 10 lucky people. Details on how to apply, the deadline, and other information are provided below.
Finland wants to share the secret to its happiness with 10 lucky people who will get a change to visit the country of lakes for a luxurious, all expenses-paid vacation. After being named the world’s happiest country for the sixth year running by the World Happiness Report, Finland is offering 10 people the chance to visit its Lakeland region for a ‘Masterclass of Happiness’ in June this year. The idea behind the trip is to teach people that happiness is not something inherent but an approach to life that can be learned.
Visit Finland, the country’s tourism department, has announced that 10 lucky winners will be chosen for a four-day trip to the Kuru Resort in the Finnish Lakeland in June. “The experience will bring together the lucky participants and expert coaches who will guide them towards a balanced way of life that helps you be happy the Finnish way,” the government organisation announced.
What the trip will entail?
Ten participants will be chosen from a pool of applicants for a four-day trip to Finland.
The country’s first Masterclass of Happiness will be held between June 12 to 15 at the Kuru Resort in Saimaa, Finland. The resort has been described as a luxurious property “surrounded by fragrant pine forests and breath-taking views” where the participants will be accommodated in an exclusive private villa. Each person will get their own private room and essentials will be provided.
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Participants will be coached by experts on four key areas: nature and lifestyle, health and balance, design and everyday, and food and wellbeing. During the four days, they will be introduced to skills that encourage a balanced lifestyle in connection with nature – including, but not limited to,
“You will be learning about themes such as nature crafts, food for the soul and body, exercise in forests and lakes, calming sounds and music and the Finnish way of life in general,” Visit Finland explains. While digital detox is a key component of the Kuru experience, participants will get in-room WiFi.
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