World’s Best Nudist Vacation Spots

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Many people view going nude as being tasteless or rude. Other people who believe that it is the way to go are called nudist or naturalist. Being in the nude is not aboutbeing rude or freaky. It’s about being comfortable with your body. There is a liberating feeling when you step out and feel the breeze all over. There are places all over the world where they invite you to do just that. Of course there are some universal rules that come along with being in the nude. Staring is rude, placing a towel down before you sit on furniture is just good hygiene and please don’t be that creepy person with a camera. Now that you have the rules, leave your clothes in the closet and and pick which naturist resort you would like to go to.

Living Waters Spa, California The Living Water Spa is an European style clothing optional resort. It is for adults only and located in Desert Hot Springs, California. This resort has unique mineral springs that feed the pools leaving your skin silky and smooth. Living Waters Spa has been voted one of the top 10 clothing optional resorts in the world by Tripadvisor. You don’t have to worry about peeping Tom’s, this small hotel resort is concealed by frosted glass, making it a private oasis.

Hidden Beach Resort, Mexico The Hidden Beach Resort is an au naturel club located just one hour from Cancun. It’s an adults only resort that caters to couples and singles alike. The resort contains 42 beautiful oceanfront suites that provide an intimate setting that is clothing free. The spa has massage therapists that will meet you under a tent or on the beach. If you are an active person you can play volleyball, do yoga, go dancing at the disco or soak with with friends and acquaintances in a group hot tub, all in the nude.

Sorobon Beach Resort, Bonaire The Sorobon Beach Resort is a Caribbean get away where you can let it all hang out. It is surrounded by nature which give its guest a serene feeling. There are two beaches on the island of Bonaire to choose from. One beach is for those who are a little shy and would rather stay clothed. The other is for the free spirited. The resort has a special two nights including a local airline flight and a one bedroom chalet for a minimum of 2 people which can be purchased for $350 per person.

Grand Lido Negril Resort $ Spa, Jamaica In Jamaica, the Grand Lido Negril Resort & Spa is simply stunning. Located on the northern coast of Jamaica, there is miles of white sandy beaches that are only matched by the crystal clear water. The resort offers clothing optional accommodations and has three restaurants, and eight bars for you to enjoy yourself. Tipping the employees is not allowed here, so every penny can go towards whatever your heart desired.

Couples Tower Isle, Ocho Rios, Jamaica Couple Towers Isle is situated on the beautiful coastline of Ocho Rios, Jamaica. It has a private white sandy beach for it’s guest to walk around in their birthday suits. It was named “Best in the Caribbean” by Travel+Leisure. All the drinks and food are inclusive. Chefs prepare cuisine using organic herbs from the resort in all the dishes. To book a week long stay here, all you need is $4,858.

Caliente Caribe & Resorts, Dominican Republic At the Caliente Caribe & Resort you have a choice of a studio, one bedroom apartment or spacious one and two bedroom villas at the oceanfront level. No matter what you choose you will have enough space for you and your companion to be free. Here you can brush up on you Spanish with lessons offer by the resort, or you can get active in water aerobics, and volleyball. Dinner has a twist to it, as each night has a different theme. For the party people, the nightclubs are close by and open at 10 pm. Clothing is optional and you must be 21 or older to stay here.

Caliente Florida For those who would like to stay in the United States, the Caliente Florida is for you. This resort comprises a 33,000 square foot club house and 8,400 square foot lagoon pool with a grotto waterfall surrounded by 120 tropical acres. It’s like being in a jungle. Rates start at $1,400 per couple for the weekend and can rise close to $6,000 for the week.

Hedonism II, Jamaica Jamaica seems to have a monopoly on nude resorts and beaches. Hedonism II is recognized worldwide as the ultimate nude resort. The name of the resort, Hedonism means “the pursuit of pleasure.” Here, almost nothing is off limits. Select premium suites include private balconies and a jacuzzi big enough for multiple people. There are three restaurants and five bars located around Hedonism offering unlimited premium brand liquor, which aids in debauchery that goes on here. This resort is definitely for the more adventurous.

Club Orient Resort, St. Maarten St. Maarten is a small Dutch island in the Caribbean where the official language is Dutch and English. Club Orient Resort is the only nude resort on the island. With an average temperature of 80 Fahrenheit year round, this is the perfect island for leaving your clothes behind. Relaxation is the goal at Club Orient, with all kinds of spa packages to choose from. For a double occupancy, the price tag is $7,175.

Desire Pearl Resort and Spa Riviera Maya Desire Pearl resort is located in the Riviera Maya in Mexico. It is one of the more luxurious resorts on the list. Clothing is optional. Activities in the day range from aqua fitness to pole dance lessons for the ladies. There are three main restaurants here, The Pearl which serves Mediterranean and Italian cuisine, The Aphrodite serves an international buffet and the Suki Terrace serves Asian fusion. Being an all inclusive resort, there is 24 hour bar service. So let your clothes and inhibitions go.

The Natural, Curacao On the island of Curacao in the Caribbean, there is a beach resort that is properly named The Natural. The Natural is the only resort of its kind. It accepts pretty much anyone old enough to drive, (following U.S. standards). Couples, singles, nudists, and those who prefer clothes are all welcome. The resort’s located in the hills above the beaches and you’ll enjoy gorgeous views of the ocean whilst soaking in the sun.

Spiaggia di Guvano, Corniglia, Italy If you are looking for a secluded area to disrobe, Corniglia, Italy boast the Spiaggia di Guvano You don’t have to worry about crowded beaches. To get here you just have to brave a short trek through a pitch-black tunnel in the mountainous Cinque Terre region. The light at the end of the tunnel is the glorious isolated beach. You might be the only tourist there so brush up on you Italian and blend in.

Red Beach, Crete, Greece Red Beach is located in Crete, Greece and gets its name from the rusty color of the sand. The sand is a little more course, so to protect you sensitive parts make sure you bring a towel. Red Beach was once the permanent dwellings of a French man in the 90’s. He expelled by the locals for being a bit to creepy. He later became the president of France, Francois Hollande. That’s a long way from wearing suit everyday.

Valalta Naturist Camp, Rovinj, Croatia Valalta is an award-winning naturist campsite. Valalta’s almost two-mile beach has something most others lack, shade. You won’t have to worry about you extremities getting too much sun. There is also a pool with an aqua-bar and a water slide. If that wasn’t enough, there is also an onsite brewery. They understand life here.

Bellevue Beach , Klampenborg, Denmark During the summer months, Bellevue Beach becomes a hot spot for local young people who come from nearby towns looking to party. One half of the beach is strictly topless-optional, while the other welcomes fully nude revelers. No matter what side your on, you’re sure to have a blast. Instead of going home after that grueling semester, come here.

Wreck Beach, Vancouver, Canada Even Canada has a nude beach. Located on the western end of Vancouver, Wreck Beach is the oldest and largest clothing-optional beach in the country. It was even nominated to be one of the “Seven Wonders of Canada”. Due to its no road access, it doesn’t get too packed. There are vendors who wander the shore selling everything from drinks to tie-dye T-shirts. The only downside is that the weather may not always be inviting. After all it is Canada.


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