Pim Mulier / Henriksholm
Get close to nature at the 72 Hour Cabins in Dalsland. The cabins are made of glass, allowing you fall asleep watching the stars and wake up to the sunrise, while being comfortable in bed. In fact, staying in Swedish nature has been proved to decrease blood pressure, stress levels and heart rate - and boost your creativity.
'The 72 Hour Cabin’ is an initiative, where people were invited to experience Sweden’s ‘close to nature’ lifestyle, to see what effect it had on their well-being. It consisted of living in Sweden’s nature for 72 hours, in small cabins made of glass. During their stay, the participants’ well-being was monitored in a case study, developed in collaboration with leading researchers.