My boyfriend and I excitedly opened the door to our gorgeous beachfront suite, unsure of what to expect when we entered. While away at dinner, our special selection from a "fantasy menu" at Desire Pearl , a clothing-optional, couples-only resort in Mexico, was being set up for us. We crossed the threshold in anticipation, thinking we were ready for what was next. We arrived a few days earlier to the Desire Riveria Maya , the sister to the resort where we finished off our trip. Both are "adult" escapes for couples, where clothing is optional and where anything goes.
Naturist Retreats in South East Queensland
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Fantastic views surround you with endless beachcombing, bush tracks to explore, SUP, Surf, Kayak or fishing. Iconic home with beach holiday memories. Fully Self contained home, ceiling fans through out. Linen is supplied. Outdoor setting and BBQ are also available. View Photos. Save this listing.
Nude travel: holidays with cheek
Exhibitionists who like to feel more than the wind in their hair rejoice - nude cruises are coming to Australia. The Bare Necessities Tour and Travel Company, a US-based group that has chartered nude cruises around the world since , will be visiting Australia for the first time in February. The cruise will start in Sydney on February 23 and travel up the coast to Cairns, ending on March 6. Bare Necessities founder Nancy Tiemann said one reason Australia was chosen as a destination was because it is regarded internationally as being naturist friendly.
Top 3 Cities in Australia for Nude Holidays. Those of you however who would like to take it to the next step and walk around naked with other people, below are some options that might help you release your kinky inner German. Best of all, they are better than cheap and affordable, they are free!! Easily the most liberal, progressive and affordable city in Australia except for Canberra maybe which is not so affordable , Melbourne is a vibrant blend of cultures from all over the world living together and sharing their food, languages, traditions and energies. In what might be considered a young, tiny version of Berlin, Melbourne is a place where unique and different people are accepted and welcomed for their individuality.