Monthly Archives: February 2014

The world’s best nude beaches and resorts -review

The world’s best nude beaches and resorts -review.

banya with an ice hole in Moscow

Most of the time naturists seek the warm weather but Active Naturists shows us how that is not a problem.

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While there is hardly any evidence of the snowstorm Nemo in NYC anymore, and most of the city dwellers yearn for warmth and summer, here is a naturist take on dealing with the snow in Moscow, a city where snow cover stays for 3-5 months a year.

So, luckily Russians have ‘banya‘ – traditional steam room, often located next to a lake or river, and there is a whole culture around it. Unfortunately though, the traditional Russian steam room is becoming less and less common, especially in urban areas. Most ‘banyas’ in Moscow would rather offer dry Finnish saunas, and even steam rooms there are more of Turkish style than Russian. This is mostly because traditional Russian banya requires wood to produce heat and a lot of steam, at temperatures much higher than Turkish hamam,  which makes banya much more expensive and complicated to operated. Another part…

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Reasons to Consider Naturist Holidays

Naturist Holidays in Europe

In Europe, the Mediterranean and its surrounding have long accepted naturism. As a result, there is a wide range of activities to perform and several destinations that accommodate naturist holidays in Europe. For instance, France is probably on the forefront when it comes to having the largest naturist resorts, including varieties of resorts for naturist holidays. Its all self-contained nudist city of Cap d’agde is well known for fun nudist activities. 

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canoeing in the Everglades

Another great post from Active Naturists

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You might have been surprised to hear about a hiking trail in South Florida in my previous blogpost, but did you know that you could go canoeing in the Everglades for a week or so without seeing any settlements? That is the largest continuous mangrove forest in western hemisphere for you! On our latest trip to Florida, Tam and I didn’t have quite as much time, but we ventured out to explore the southern part of the Everglades National Park for 3 days on a canoe. That’s where the “river of grass” I was talking about in my previous post meets the sea, but at this point it is no longer dominated by sawgrass but mangroves, a unique group of trees that can grow in brackish and even sea water (I wrote more about them previously). The canoe trail goes from Flamingo Visitor Center in the south to Everglades city, and there…

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Going Bare: Undressed and Unashamed

Going Bare: Undressed and Unashamed.

Desnudando a los clásicos