Connecting to the landscape through your senses and letting nature heal your soul
Mithingayari Haang (Jungle Bathing)
Jungle Bathing signifies a Japanese concept Shirin You meaning, “taking in the forest atmosphere”. Japanese have a long tradition of living in harmony with nature, it has been scientifically-proven to reduce blood pressure and boost immune system functioning, with an increase in the count of the body’s Natural Killer (NK) cells
Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark
Indulge in Jungle Bathing, also called Mithingayari Haang in Bodo language. Smell, listen to and absorb the atmoshere of the forest and nature your mind, body and soul.
Reveal in the tranquility of everything that nature offers; forest air doesn’t just feel fresher and better but inhaling an essential oil like ”phytonside”, improves and revitalise the immunity system
Mithingayari Haang rejuvenates, restores and calm a person- one can feel one with nature and connect deeper with the natural environment.
Find your way to mindfulness, take your heart for a walk in the woods and listen to the magical whispers of old trees.
- Reduced stress
- Improved mood
- Increased ability to focus, even in children with ADHD
- Accelerated recovery from surgery or illness
- Increased energy level
- Improved sleep
Eastern Himalayan Botanic Trail
Bathe in the full experience of the forest, letting the sounds, sights, smell, sensations wash over you. Plant a living memory, nurture nature so that nature nurtures you.
Nameri National Park
A haven for 400 bird species and over 30 species of mammals, the Park can be explored by foot. We recommend a leisurely trek in the early hours to rest your mind, body and soul on gentle paths under forest canopy.
220 KM from Guwahati Airport
18 KM from Tezpur Airport