“It took me eight hours to get food last night because I went back to my group and found them all on acid. They couldn't make a decision and every time we tried to leave one of them would wander off and disappear.”
Envision Festival kicked off its fifth edition Thursday in the Southern Pacific beach town of Uvita with a long line but mostly high spirits. It took some attendees as long as five hours to get into the sold-out event, but they weren’t letting the hot sun and long wait get them down.
In February, thousands of costume-clad travelers will descend on the lush jungle of the Southern Pacific Coast to attend Envision, Costa Rica’s epic eco-conscious festival. Here's what you should know before you go.
Thousands of worldly travelers seeking transformation descended on the tiny Pacific coast town of Uvita, Costa Rica, last week to attend the fourth annual Envision Festival. They spent four days listening to live, pulsating music, dancing with abandon and making creative connections in a lush jungle setting on the shore. In keeping with tradition, we present you with some of the things we overheard at Envision: