There is a well-known Japanese practice called “Shirin-Yoku” or “Forest Bathing” in English. Essentially, it is the act of taking in the forest with all our senses. To see the beautiful rays of sunlight breaking through the treetops, to smell the calm of unique flowers and plants carried on the wind, to feel the gentle grassy fields below your feet, to listen to the swaying flowers and leaves, and to taste the fruits and berries of nature. It is, in a way, a kind of unity, of becoming a part of the forest and the forest a part of oneself. This experience of forest bathing can be recreated in the finest farm resorts that the south has to offer.