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The Nudist Traveler

Fuerteventura - integrated nudism

Fuerteventura, one of the Canary islands, was a revelation. The few nudist beaches I have seen so far were strictly defined with borders and signs on both ends of the beach. Sometimes it feels like you are in a camp. The Fuerteventura nudist resort on the Northeast coast was very different. As soon as you left the resort, there were endless beaches and there were no signs anywhere. Also, on the beach there was a mix of clothed and nudist visitors without any rules. A nice type of nudist anarchism. It appeared the beaches on the entire island were clothing optional and this was the most natural experience possible.

Nude on the Paradise Island of Bali, Indonesia!

I went to this event last year at Freedom Bali which is the paradise island in Indonesia. It's happening again, there is a Meet-Up event from November 19th.
It's 5 nights all inclusive! Luxury room, nude butler, all you can eat and drink, snacks, massages - EVERYTHING!
Here is the link: http://www.goo.gl/z8kFq5
It was amazing last year and the year we'd love to see some American nudies there this time.

Always looking for new places when we travel

We're avid nudists. We visit Cypress Cove every spring and really enjoy the friendships we've developed over the years. That's a full 10 days though and we started to look for "Mini stays." Now we try and build visits to nudist resorts every time we travel.

For example, this summer we left an extra day in a trip to visit Bare Oaks, an AANR resort we've wanted to visit for a long time. Just a couple of weeks ago we flew to Colorado for the first leg of a trip. We really didn't have any plans but had a reservation for Mountain Air Ranch outside of Denver. We ended up staying 3 days because the people and the surroundings were so great.

Now we make it a point to seek out nudist resorts as part of every trip. We meet great people and get extra relaxation.

A Day at the Beach

One of my favorite places to go nude is Apollo Beach in the Canaveral National Seashore near New Smyrna Beach, FL. I have been there a few times, the most recent time being last fall. I had a fantastic time last fall and walked a long ways down the beach, maybe a little too much due to the burns I had afterwards.

I also enjoyed skinny dipping out in the ocean during my walks. I used to play out in the surf, as a kid. Not so much as an adult. I was having the most fun I've had in a very long time those days.

I remember a very memorable day, maybe 10 years back. I was needing a naturist day when we were in South Georgia for a vacation. I drove all the way down to Apollo Beach for a walk, but when I got there, there was a storm brewing off the coast of Florida and it was windy, overcast and a little rainy, but that didn't stop me from getting out for a walk! The beach was deserted, but that was the most fantastic walk I've ever had!

I recommend Apollo Beach! Go on the weekday or get there early on the weekends to find a parking spot! Go to the last parking lot. Walk several hundred yards to get to the nude area! Have fun! :)

Antigua

Over the past 25+ years I have been enjoying life and traveling to well over 40 countries mostly Western Europe, just recently I have had the pleasure of experiencing the very friendly, laidback, and idyllic island of Antigua. The island belonged to the UK until the mid-80s so that influence can still be seen, although the sincere charm of such an island paradise is readily apparent.

Literally 100s of beaches, none of which are crowded, so without much effort one can easily find your own private little paradise. Eden Beach is the only official clothing optional beach on the island which is conveniently located by a resort on Hawksbill Bay. I so very much enjoyed the vast quiet beach with its vibrant, almost neon blue warm waters, coconut trees, exotic birds, and quiet unspoiled atmosphere.

It is a multinational setting, which I think really adds to the overall experience and is infused with the cliché' don't worry be happy attitude. No need for TVs, watches, laptops, etc., rather lots of sun tan oil and Raybans will suffice.