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8 Naturist Resorts in a Spectacular Natural Environment

8 Naturist Resorts in a Spectacular Natural Environment

Naturism and nature have been going hand in hand since the beginning of our wonderful lifestyle (sorry about the word choice, Dan). Today, the naturist travel industry has expanded to nude bed and breakfasts in the city and all-inclusive clothing-optional resorts in the Caribbean. But still, the very large majority of naturist places around the world can be found in a natural environment. Away from noise and emissions and close to the relaxing effect of trees and animals.   Nature…

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8 Naturist Resorts that are Perfect for First-Time Naturists

8 Naturist Resorts that are Perfect for First-Time Naturists

When you want to try naturism for the first time, the absolute most important thing to consider is where you’re going to do that. Picking the right place is everything. More than once we’ve heard someone say “Oh you’re a naturist? We have been to Cap d’Agde once and it didn’t seem like something for us“. After which they give us a look that speaks volumes.   Unfortunately, we can’t tell you exactly which will be the right place for…

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22 Amazing cities to join a World Naked Bike Ride in 2020

22 Amazing cities to join a World Naked Bike Ride in 2020

The World Naked Bike Ride is interpreted differently by different nudists and naturists. For some, it’s the heyday of naturism, where naturists get the chance to come out of their fenced of zones and ride their bikes nude through the center of some of the world’s most fascinating cities. Others see the WNBR rather as the heyday for voyeurs, bringing out their tele lenses to take pictures of the nude people on bicycles. And others keep swearing by the original…

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The Most Economical Naturist Destinations around the World

The Most Economical Naturist Destinations around the World

We thought about using the words “cheapest naturist destinations” in the title of this blog post, but what is cheap? For those of you who are used to visiting all-inclusive clothing-optional resorts in the Caribbean, $250 a night might seem pretty cheap. While others who prefer camping holidays will find $50 quite expensive. Nevertheless, there are places in the world that tend to be more economical than the average naturist resort. If your upcoming travels will be on a limited…

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Review: Olive Dell Ranch in Colton, California

Review: Olive Dell Ranch in Colton, California

Olive Dell Ranch was going to be our last stop in the USA, well, nudism wise, we had another week planned in Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon but we kind of estimated that the bouncers at the Bellagio or the rangers at the world’s most impressive canyon would probably not be too happy seeing our naked bodies appear on their premises so we considered the Olive Dell our last nudie stop in the country. And boy what a blast…

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Getting naked between San Francisco and Los Angeles

Getting naked between San Francisco and Los Angeles

During our trip through southern California, several people had told us to take highway number one if we would get the chance. Basically, it’s the slower but much more scenic road that starts north of San Francisco and goes all the way down to Los Angeles. Along highway number one several nude beaches can be found. These would give us another experience than the nudist hotels and campings we had visited earlier in California. If there’s one thing we have…

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Review: Lupin Lodge in Los Gatos, California

Review: Lupin Lodge in Los Gatos, California

After spending almost a month in California we kind of thought that we had seen it all. We had visited Deanza nudist resort in the desolated desert near the Mexican border, we had gone hiking naked towards Deep Creek hot springs, we stayed at two magnificent bed and breakfasts in the two equally impressive cities Los Angeles and San Diego, we stayed at the top notch luxurious nudist resorts Terra Cotta and Desert Sun Resort in Palm Springs and we…

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Review: Living Waters Spa in Desert Hot Springs, California – CLOSED

Review: Living Waters Spa in Desert Hot Springs, California – CLOSED

IMPORTANT: Unfortunately Living Waters Spa closed business in September 2019!! Palm Springs is by far the most popular city to visit in the Coachella Valley and many forget that there are eight other towns as well. One of those, Desert Hot Springs, was high on our list because… It has a place where we could get naked of course! Living Waters Spa is not your regular nudist resort. Yes, you could come here to soak up the hot desert sun…

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Review: Desert Sun Resort in Palm Springs, California

Review: Desert Sun Resort in Palm Springs, California

One of the things we’ve noticed during our trip to America is that the word “resort” is used in a different way than in Europe. In the states, every type of accommodation can be called a resort, even campgrounds. In Europe, resorts are the type of accommodation where the visitors rarely leave the place because everything is available inside. There are often different swimming pools, bars, restaurants, and lots of organized activities to keep guests busy.   They are little…

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Review: The Terra Cotta in Palm Springs, California – CLOSED

Review: The Terra Cotta in Palm Springs, California – CLOSED

Our trip around California continues, we have explored Los Angeles, San Diego, the Mexican border and now it’s time to hit the desert. Surrounded by the Santa Rosa Mountains, the San Jacinto mountains, the Little San Bernardino Mountains and the San Gregorio mountain we found the Coachella desert. A name that until recently only rang a bell because of its yearly world famous music festival but which was about to bring a whole new range of fantastic memories. The beautiful…

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