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I wanted to advise somebody to enjoy every moment when they spend time in nature. How can I put it in words?

1) my advice is to enjoy every moment in the nature

2) my advice is enjoy every moment of being in nature

Or Is there a better sentence for that?

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For something idiomatic in English, "in (the) nature" isn't going to work.

You could use:

every moment spent with nature
every moment (spent) in the natural world
every moment (spent) in the wild (this one is a little more specific)

Those are all things I would consider natural. There's also the expression "getting back to nature", which wouldn't fit here, but is related.

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