In daily interaction with our students and encouraged by contemporary research, we have noticed that young people increasingly escape into virtual worlds, which results in the reduction of their cognitive, affective and motor skills and increases the possibility of developing psycho-physical illnesses. For this reason, using the natural and socio-cultural resources around us, we have designed a project that inspires students to engage in experiential and field-based learning. Students would stay outdoors and learn and recreate themselves through a multidisciplinary program. In a fun and creative way, with the application of modern, innovative and interactive methods, they would study topics from different disciplines such as geography, biology, physics, maths, history, mother tongue and literature, visual arts and at the same time engage in physical activities. The project is intended for all students, especially those who do not have the opportunity to engage in recreational sport.