Finland, which has been chosen as the “happiest country in the world” for the last two years, offers free nature holidays to teach other people the art of happiness. Moreover, he even prepared a video campaign for this.
Within the scope of the project called ‘Rent a Finn’ by the tourism organization called ‘Visit Finland’, those who will come to the country will have the opportunity to practice happiness on the spot. A Finnish ‘happiness guide’ will showcase the most beautiful places in the country and introduce its natural beauty.
People go to therapy, Finns into the forest!
Of course, it is not possible to have a free holiday for every one of them. In the promotional article published on the website of this project, which aims to revive the tourism of the country, “Our secret of happiness is our nature, without exaggeration. While others go to therapy, the Finns put on a pair of rubber boots and go to the forests. Now it is time to learn the business from the best ”.
Currently, eight Finns are reported to be volunteers for the project. Depending on the location of the guide to be selected, accommodation can be made in places such as Lapland, Archipelago and Lakeland, as well as the capital Helsinki.
You can continue watching the introductory video below and then read the other details of the program.
Holiday will be filmed
Of course, an application must be made for the free happiness holiday and the eliminations must be passed. Candidates have to shoot a video about themselves and explain why they want to visit Finland and fill out an online application form. After the review, the winners will be given the opportunity to have a three-day free holiday in Finland this summer. The fortunate, who covers all travel and accommodation expenses, will be filmed throughout the journey.
Finland has been in the first place for two years in the World Happiness Report created as a result of the examination made by independent experts from the United Nations. List; It is prepared by considering criteria such as economic welfare, life expectancy, social support and freedom of choice.
Finland is followed by Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, New Zealand, Canada and Austria, respectively. Russia ranks 68th on the list. South Sudan is at the bottom of the list.