Sweden is offering the best way to relax and unwind… by staying in a glass cabin! Five people have been sent […]
Sweden is offering the best way to relax and unwind… by staying in a glass cabin!
Five people have been sent to live in glass cabins on a remote Swedish island to see whether nature can really help cure stress.
The 72-hour cabin programme is the brainchild of Visit Sweden and the West Sweden Tourist Board.
‘Year after year, Sweden takes first place in international rankings of countries with the best quality of life,’ says Visit Sweden.
‘The Swedes’ unique relationship with nature is an important part of their well-being, which is why Sweden has created “The 72 Hour Cabin”.
‘The initiative is designed to acquaint visitors with the special bond Swedes have with their natural environment, and to invite the world to experience it too.’
TV presenter Ben Fogle, taxi-driver Marilyne Didier, event coordinator Baqer Keshwani, police officer Steffi Tauscher and travel journalist Chris Leadbeater were each monitored for their stress and happiness levels, and the results of the case study will be published next month.