More and more people across the world are going towards the hippie way of life, shunning the commercial, consumerist world.
Is this love-is this love-is this love that Im feeling? Bob Marley was probably referring to a hippie when he sang this song.
The Hippie movement that began in the 1960s has become more than just that. Its a lifestyle, its hope and its now almost a religion. Non-conformism is their motto and peace is their means towards a better world. Hippies are arguably the happiest people in the world. And not just because of the marijuana and the music.
They are not bound by societal expectations and refuse to be a part of the rat race that the rest of the world seems to have embraced. They’re not slaves of ambition, greed and materialism, and prefer to live in a simple world that is close to nature.
Feeling like a bohemian and experience how it is to be a hippie for a few days?
Freedom, peace and happiness are in abundance at these places. Be warned you might never want to return home!
Ibiza is not just for party-crazed teenagers in blaring nightclubs. Ibiza has been a hot hippie destination since the 60s and still sees many hippie travelers throughout the year. Even though it has become an overcrowded party island, the natural walking trails and whimsical architecture make it a much coveted hippie place.
Hippie destinations are all heart and are blessed with natures bounty. Theyre full of free spirited people and welcome travelers with much warmth and compassion. The feeling of being a hippie is summed up really well by John Lennon
Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world…