9 Reasons to have a clothing optional vacation

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When you go on vacation, all you want to do is relax and have fun. What better way to fully embrace that concept than to not only indulge in pampering spa treatments and decadent dining, but also to go completely naked? Instead of just stumbling across a clothing-optional beach, go all in at a nudist resort.

These are the top 9 reasons why you should at least try one once in your life.

1. It is beneficial to step outside of your comfort zone

Many nudist resorts consider themselves to be clothing-optional, which is reassuring if you’re hesitant to strip naked. However, this makes it far too easy to back down. If you truly want to take this step, you must do so without the use of a net, so forcing yourself to go to a hotel with designated areas with mandatory “au naturel” sunbathing may be the best option. The Temptations Miches Resort in Domincan Republic, differs from most nudist resorts in that guests may be fully clothed everywhere and topless-optional in certain areas.

The Temptation Miches Resort and Temptation Grand Miches Resort will open their doors on October 1st with 496 rooms and an investment of 190 million dollars.

2. You and your partner can spice things up

If you thought going to a clothing-optional resort would be a great way to meet other singles, you’d be surprised to learn that many of them cater to couples. In fact, the Desire Pearl Resort & Spa Riviera Maya in Cancun is an all-inclusive resort designed specifically for couples. Some fun activities for you and your significant other are included in your $271 per person/per night rate: yoga lessons, water polo, naked volleyball, pole-dancing lessons, and sensual aqua fitness. Of course, themed nights like “Bare as you Dare” and “Erotic Circus” make the nighttime even more exciting.

3. They are completely confidential

Although you may feel at ease flaunting your body in front of other naturists, you don’t necessarily want prying eyes from the outside. Hidden Beach Resort in Riviera Maya, Mexico, takes privacy very seriously, which is why it is hidden. Located on the outskirts of a mangrove jungle and surrounded by high walls, you can enjoy activities such as body painting and cowgirl night in complete privacy. This resort’s all-inclusive rates begin at $315 per person per night.

4. They provide excellent spa services

Naturists are all about body acceptance and relaxation, so expect some pretty high-end spas at their luxury resorts. Mineral springs, for example, can be enjoyed at the Living Waters Spa in Desert Hot Springs, California, leaving you feeling relaxed and refreshed. The only catch is that clothing is not required. From $159 per night, you can indulge in a variety of top-tier massage services or simply relax poolside behind frosted glass in sunny Palm Springs.

Spa Services at Clothing Optional Resorts

5. They are in the most beautiful places on the planet

The Caribbean has some of the best beaches in the world, and it’s a popular destination for celebrities and VIPs. It also has some incredible hotels that are clothing optional. The Sorobon Beach is the only naked beach on Bonaire, but for those who are just starting out, it is right next to a clothed beach. If you’re willing to expose yourself, the private beach is ideal for relaxing in one of the shaded cabanas. For the more energetic, the protected shallow bay is ideal for swimming and snorkeling. Prices begin at $150 per night.

6. A lot of resorts are all-inclusive

To keep with the theme of letting go and letting loose, many resorts offer all-inclusive packages so you don’t have to worry about anything while on vacation. The Grand Lido Negril Resort & Spa in Negril, Jamaica, for example, could rival any five-star hotel with more than 200 luxury suites, three onsite restaurants, and 1,000 feet of pristine beaches. All-inclusive rates begin at $148 per night and include unlimited dining, drinking, concierge services, scuba lessons, and entertainment such as karaoke and theme nights.

7. They’re excellent for socializing

Many properties make certain that there are plenty of day and evening activities for you and your fellow guests. There are so many activities at places like Caliente Caribe & Resorts in the Dominican Republic, such as Spanish lessons, water aerobics, volleyball, dinner theme nights, and a nightclub, that you might forget to put your clothes back on. This all-inclusive resort is known for its fine dining, white sand beaches, and luxury oceanfront rooms. Make plans to attend the “FAO Pirate Invasion Party,” where you are encouraged to “get naked and party!” Guests must purchase a membership, which begins at $800 per year.

Topless women having fun at the beach

8. You have the ability to be a party animal

There is a nudist resort for everyone, whether you want to relax or party. You’ll need to do some research to ensure you’re getting the right atmosphere, but there are plenty of places to let loose. Caliente Club in Land O’Lakes, Fla., is a private, clothing-optional resort that focuses on partying rather than relaxing. For an annual membership fee, you get access to several pools, restaurants, a spa, and a nightclub, as well as daily activities like yoga, karaoke, and happy hours, just like its sister property in the Dominican Republic.

9. They are also environmentally friendly

It makes sense that naturists would also be eco-friendly, so that you can feel good that you’re helping the environment when stripping down. The Garden of Eden Resort on Isla Solarte, Panama, isn’t just about being naked. The property embraces its natural lifestyle by foregoing air conditioning, television, and the Internet, as well as collecting its own rainwater and powering everything with solar panels. Prices begin at $150 per night.

Where ever you choose to have a clothing optional vacation, just relax and have fun and you will be guaranteed to have the time of your life.

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