Nudist idea #96: Go to hot spring pools

Beyond nude beaches, hot spring pools are places where nudity is generally accepted if not encouraged. It has some skinny-dipping flavor to it. It’s a great way to spend some time naked with others, encourage social nudity and break the ice to discuss naturism.

Related imageYou find hot spring pools in many countries around the world. In most, nudity is tolerated if not encouraged. Some are easily reachable, others require some good hiking shoes. Depending on the location and time of the year, you can even think of coupling your trip with a naked hike. Shed your clothes on the parking lot, hike naked to the pool, enjoy the day there and come back naked. This could be a full naked day in nature.

Image result for natural hot spring poolsOne of the cool things with hot spring pools is that, since nudity is accepted, you can go with non-nudist who will enjoy their naked time there. This becomes therefore a great moment to open up about nudism, share the comfort of nudity and invite them to join them to your next club week-end. Just like a beach cleaning event, you can leverage your time into recruitment time, and enjoy more friends joining the lifestyle, as the world needs more nudists!

Have you gone to hot spring pools? How was it? Tell us about your experience in the comments below. Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

Nudist idea #57: Go on a naked camping trip

If, like me, you like nature and nudism, a naked camping trip is one of a kind to really enjoy to be naked in nature. Pick a good spot, chose whether you’re going to walk or drive, pack your things and go!

Image result for naked campingYou have basically two options for camping naked: camp in a nudist camping park, camp in nature. I prefer the second option, as I tend to avoid organized camping sites (in some countries, like Australia, it’s forbidden to camp in nature, but you can find secluded camping sites in natural park though). If you plan to walk, you can kill two birds with one stone: naked hiking and naked camping. Plan well though, particularly water supply, if you are in a really remote area! If you plan moving from one place to the other by car, you’ll need to check places where you can be naked without any problems.

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As said the best is to go for a couple of days in summer, all naked by walking. In a lot of countries, there are national parks that allow you to walk and camp for days without meeting anyone, and sometimes nudity is tolerated (check this article from Mens Journal). In my experience, the more secluded places you go, the less issues will arise even you encounter other hikers or campers, as those people will have their experience and yours at heart, enjoying nature as you are. They may even join the party in the buff. In all cases, keep a smile on your face and be respectful of nature and others.

Thank you for sharing your experiences and for your comments below. Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

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