Discover the Truths About Nude Vacationing
Vacationing at nudist resorts is the one of the fastest growing segments of the travel industry. It is a booming niche market with over $400 million in annual revenues. A recent Roper poll showed 25 percent of American adults have gone skinny dipping. If nude recreations interests you, but you’re a little unsure of it read these seven myths that may just lead you to making your next vacation as bare as you dare.
Those high walls and locked gates seem just so imposing. Everyone knows there are nudist colonies in America. Yet, everyone also wants to know, "what really happens inside the walls of a modern nudist resort?"
To dispel some of the myths about nude recreation, Tom and Mary Clare Mulhall, the owners of The Terra Cotta Inn Clothing Optional Resort and Spa located in sunny Palm Springs, California share some of the secrets about nude resorts. The Terra Cotta Inn Clothing Optional Resort, was reported by AOL.com to be one of the top 10 "world's best clothing optional resorts." More importantly, The Terra Cotta Inn is considered one of the most mainstream nudist resorts in America and perfect for couples trying nude sunbathing for the first time.
Once you learn about the top seven myths about vacationing at nudist resorts, you will want to pack the sunscreen, some good books or magazines, your iPod, sunglasses, and if you have kids at home, pack them off with the grandparents. Because it will be time to experience your most fun, romantic, relaxing vacation ever.
Myth #1 All nudist resorts are the same
As experienced naturists know, all clothing optional resorts are unique and different. They have their own personality and character. Most cater to families and their kids. Many are charmingly rustic campgrounds and parks. Others like Terra Cotta, which appeal to first timers, are not for kids. That way you can have a nice relaxing, pampering, romantic vacation. It is very important for your first nude sunbathing experience to find the nudist resort that is right for you. If you go to the wrong place, you will probably never try nude recreation again. [Full story]