Sometimes it’s good to disconnect from technology and connect with nature in an “unplugged” way.
Here’s a list of our favourite things to do:
Take a hike in a nearby nature reserve or park.
Set up a picnic in a beautiful spot and enjoy the natural surroundings.
Plant a small garden or tend to existing plants.
Go on a bike ride and explore the countryside.
Take up photography and capture the beauty of nature around you.
Join a local nature conservation group and participate in clean-up activities.
Have a camping adventure and spend a night under the stars.
Explore a nearby beach or lake and try your hand at swimming or fishing.
Create a nature journal and document your observations and experiences.
Try your hand at rock climbing or bouldering in a suitable location.
Go for a relaxing nature walk and practice mindfulness in the great outdoors.
Organize a nature scavenger hunt with friends or family.
Learn how to navigate with a compass and go on an orienteering adventure.
Volunteer at a local animal shelter or wildlife sanctuary.
Set up a tent in your backyard and stargaze on a clear night.
Try your hand at kayaking or canoeing in a nearby river or lake.
Build a birdhouse or a squirrel feeder and hang it in your yard.
Collect leaves, rocks, or other natural items and create a nature-inspired art project.
Take a leisurely nature walk and practice sketching or painting the scenery.