The Ajda were the ancestors of humans, giants with a human face. According to the narratives, they are so big that they can talk to each other from one mountain to the other: when they need anything, they do not need to walk far, they just call out and their neighbours can give them the object. In comparison to them, people are so small that they can carry us in an apron. One day, two beautiful Ajda girls were running from the "Scoundrels" and sought refuge high in the mountains. Their father was killed and the girls shed bitter bloody tears, from which mountain Krvavec (‘the bloody one’) got its name. Still today, the girls are waiting for us to help them build a new home to protect them from the Scoundrels and help them find new friends.
For that reason, we shall built a new home on Krvavec and provide a safe land for the Ajda people. We shall make it right out of the snow. Surely, we will not be able to do it alone, so the nice members of the association and institute visitors will help us. Our activities will have many beneficial effects, as the land of the Ajda people on Krvavec will become a magic hideout for all children and youth throughout the winter season. The members of the association/institute visitors will be able to spend a carefree day on the snow free of charge, while a part of the earnings will be given for their general useful programs. Impact tourism thus enables us to co-create a better and more beautiful world in a pleasant way.