Are you ready for Bestival to get a little bit more extreme? Well it just so happens that they’ve introduced a whole new area called ‘Slow Motion’; an area designed to reenergize your mind after all that partying, it even includes llamas!
Rob Da Bank says: “Slow Motion does what it says on the tin – there’s nothing wrong with raving, late nights and partying, but now there’s a way of refuelling your mind and body before the next Bestival adventure!”
Gathering together all the best bits of contemporary well being in the same space, you can expect to find a Yoga Yurt to limber up those bodies for a weekend of throwing shapes. There will also be mind and body aerobics, full body massage, facials, palm readers and even HOT TUBS. That’s right guys and gals, right in the middle of the Bestival experience you can have yourself a lovely relaxing hut tub (lets hope that people don’t start shaving and bathing in them!).
Alongside these magical treats there will also be a number of healthy eating options, including a raw food stop and juice bar, as well as the not so healthy Observatory Cocktail Bar.
For the more adventurous festival goer (who doesn’t get hangovers) why not escape the festival for an hour or two with surf lessons, mountain boarding, coasteering, rock climbing, paddle-boarding and mountain biking.
If you have a love for fluffy animals or just want to pretend to be in South America, a Land Train has been introduced. Not just any old Land Train though; this little bad boy called Caravanserai is made up of Llamas to revitalize and inject some Llama Karma into your life!
Alongside all this madness there will also be craft activities, fire pits and many of the other usual festivities.
Bestival takes place 10th-13th September and an adult weekend ticket costs £195. For those of you on a budget there is a weekly payment plan. Check out the website for more information.