Nude resorts aren’t for everyone, but they do exist for a reason as there is a portion of the world’s population who finds solace and freedom in spending holidays in the buff. If you plan to visit a nude resort for the first time, here are a few tips to keep in mind for an appropriately civil experience.
Avoid staring. This may go without saying, but this list would feel naked without this important piece of advice. Maintain eye contact when socializing with others, and if you’re worried that your eyes may wander, wear sunglasses.
Embrace the environment. People visit nude resorts to be nude, so wearing a cover-up on the beach or by the pool isn’t exactly playing along with the theme. Challenge yourself to fit in with others, fully embrace the experience and leave your judgments at home.
Carry a towel and never sit down without it. Despite the tip above, most nude resorts usually require guests to lay down a towel before sitting down.
Save the photoshoots for the scenery. Resorts can have strict regulations surround photo-snapping, with some even banning smartphones from communal areas. Rather than flipping through social media when relaxing by the pool, bring along a book, magazine or music to listen to.
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