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The Craziest Hippie Festival in the Jungle
The Craziest Hippie Festival in the Jungle
The Craziest Hippie Festival in the Jungle

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Not satisfied with the traional festival mission of getting off your nut, there is a new wave of event which claims to transform your body and soul.

VICE's Amelia Dimoldenberg is invited deep into the jungles of Costa Rica to attend Envision Festival, on a quest to rid herself of her chronic awkwardness and open her third eye through bitcoin conferences, Buddhist drum circles and vaginal eggs.

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