(CNN) — Finland wants you to spend a memorable summer in its country to learn its methods for happiness and calmness.
The country was just named the world’s happiest country for a second year in a row and its residents want to show you why.
“Rent a Finn” is an initiative that aims to bring people from all over the world to spend three summer days with Finns in their homes.
The costs for these three days are covered by Visit Finland, a national tourism board. People interested in this journey will have to apply online after filming a short video where they describe themselves, talk about their connection to nature and why they want to experience Finland.
Eight Finnish host families were chosen from across the country as representatives of Finland.
“We wanted to have ordinary Finns that wanted to tell an authentic story and show the beautiful nature of Finland to their guests,” said Joonas Halla, PR and media manager.
Finland was chosen for two years in a row based on its peoples’ generosity, freedom to make life decisions, social relations and health and life expectancy, according to the UN report.