The first forest bath in Slovakia will leave you dry

Do not miss visiting the nearby castle.

(Source: TASR)

It is possible to enjoy forest bathing in the village of Vinné, eastern Slovakia, possible to discover with our travel guide.

The Forest Bath is a special project in Slovakia. The project came into being as a part of ecotourism, whose aim is the protection of the environment and also motto to experience and protect values.

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“A forest bath is basically therapy in the forest,” said director of Košice Region Tourism, Lenka Vargová Jurková, as quoted by the TASR newswire. “People can relax, enjoy peace and draw positive energy from nature.”

NGO Lesná Pedagogika, which is behind the project, has been operating in the field of environmental and experiential education on forests and nature for almost ten years.

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