Hi! I have came across a simple but powerful App that will provide information from over 1,800 nude friendly venues in 64 countries around the globe. You can search by name, country or geographically over the map. You can even get directions by its Google Maps integration.
Links to the homepages are provided which is quite convenient. Keep in mind that each place is different so it is wise to do further research in case that you are not familiar with the location of interest.
You can find more information in the link below. It is not a fee App but it comes at a reasonable price. I believe it is worth having.
Source: NATURI.SM – Your FKK / Naturism App!
Nudist Camps, Parks, Resorts – All-Nudist.com.
Great list of nudist venues around the world.
Clothing Optional Trips
The World Famous Orient Beach by Club Orient, St. Maarten
My wife and I had a wonderful week on Orient Beach in St. Maarten/St. Martin the last week of February. While the beach is actually several named beaches in one and nearly 2 1/2 miles long, it features perhaps the best known nude/clothing optional beach in the World: Orient Beach by Club Orient.
Orient Beach really isn’t a bare as much as you dare beach… I’d say about 95% of the beach goers on it are naked and enjoying every minute of it, including my wife and me. If you haven’t been, we’d highly recommend putting it on your Nakation Bucket List.
Orient Beach from a rocky point.
Knowing that many couples have their first nude beach experience on Orient Beach, I was interested to see the first timers reactions. I collected these tips after watching several first time couples experiences. Some…
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Great review, seems like a nice place.
Clothing Optional Trips
The clothing optional pool at the Green House Inn, New Orleans.
Most couples experience their first nude or clothing optional setting on vacation. It might be a beach like Orient Beach on St. Maarten or a nude inn like the Terra Cotta Inn located in Palm Springs. Both are wonderful experiences and perfect for the couple who is looking for a nude or clothing optional vacation.
So what if you and your spouse want to try a nude experience but not sure you’re ready to jump all in and be naked, 24/7? I highly recommend a more laid back, bare as much as you dare experience like the one my wife and I had at Green House Inn located in New Orleans.
I would highly recommend the Green House Inn to anyone going to New Orleans looking for a very comfortable B&B near all the main sites in the city. The rooms are very…
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Great place. I was there some years ago.
Hope you didn’t think that my story about the Big Island, Hawaii, ended
at the beach next to Kona airport
😉 The island is indeed big and very diverse. Even this beach at Kona side of the island looked totally different from Makalawena. It’s a cozy cove with yellow sand surrounded by black rocks and trees.
It’s called after the electric pole #67 by Old Puako Road where you’d have to stop to get to the beach. I doubt you could find a label that would wholly reflect the atmosphere of this spot in any case, so never mind the numeric name of the beach.
Upon arrival, I first had a short walk, enjoying the views from the rocks.
Meanwhile, my friend Tod started snorkeling already.
He saw a turtle pass by next to him, and although I’d seen a few sea turtles before, I was looking forward to seeing…
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Looks like a great place to visit Naturally.
On my very short trip to Maui, I had to be very selective as to what to visit from the wide range of adventures and fun that this island could offer. A rough trail through a bamboo forest with four waterfalls sounded too good to miss out. It’s a short trail (just 1km) that goes along Na’ili’ili-haele stream, but it is rightfully located in the adventures section of “Maui Revealed: the Ultimate Guidebook“, where I first heard about it. I was lucky to find an adventurous couchsurfer in Maui, who knew the island well but not that trail and was up for checking it out. So, we headed there almost straight away after he picked me up from the airport.
There are a few narrow trails that start off Hana highway, and they immediately bring you into a dense bamboo forest.
The guidebook said that few people went beyond…
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Another great post from Active Naturists
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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I’ve been to these places and its sad that there are less naturist friendly venues. However further south of Tulum is Sian Ka’an which is protected. This means that no more constructions will take pace there. There are only a few palapas so the beaches are almost virgin as we called them here.
Unfortunately, I have to start from bad news: just one month after I posted about eco-resort Papaya Playa and its clothing-optional beach, upon my second visit there I found out it was no longer clothing-optional. There was a warning on the beach that read: ‘Welcome to Papaya Playa. Clothing is mandatory!’ Unfortunately, Papaya Playa also bought neighbouring resort Copal that was known to be clothing-optional. So, now there is no nudist beach in Tulum’s eco-hotel zone to my knowledge. I’ve read about a couple of luxurious nudist hotels in the area – Hidden Beach Resort, Dolce Vita B& B, and Desire Resort, but they seem to be very expensive and do not offer day passes to the beach. However , if you don’t mind staying away from the hotels, you could go to biosphere reserver Sian-Ka’an or Xcacel-Xcacelito for some more secluded beaches where you can sunbathe and swim ‘as nature…
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