How to travel: what to pack for a naturist resort break


Here’s a short article on naturist holidays and what to pack. I really enjoy articles about naturism in the mainstream press because it helps carry the message of this awesome lifestyle.

It is difficult to go back to other holidays once you’ve experienced the freedom of a naturist resort.

The above quote is from Andrew Welch, spokesperson for British Naturism. And I can only second this one, and would even expand it to any naturist activities: it’s difficult to go back to clothed activities once you’ve experienced the freedom of their naturist equivalents.

So beyond the simplicity of not bringing any clothes to a naturist holiday, a light suitcase will still need to contain basic items, as described in the post, here’s an update with some recommended item for a true nakation, respectful of nature and others.


Exposing your naked body to the sun has immense health benefits, but like many other things in life, too much of a good thing can become bad. To avoid the lobster effect, you need to protect your skin with a good mineral sunscreen. 


You may have heard naturists sit on towels. Yes! It’s a bare truth. However, carrying your towel everywhere can be a hassle. The solution? A sarong! I just love them. They are very convenient and can be worn by men and women alike.


Cover your face from the sun, wear a hat!


Evenings can be chilly and you may have forgotten to cover some skin patch with sunscreen, so you need extra cover!


It’s not because you’re naked you should forget to get sexy!


Despite loving being barefoot, you may need some sole protection.

Insect repellant

This is the one animal that can turn your nakation into hell: mosquito!

Face masks

And to finish with, get protected when you are in closed places. The only piece of clothing you really need to pack!

If those items will go into the suitcase, confidence and open minds need to be in your heart and mind, and will actually boost your self esteem as well. We all know most naturists are respectful, cheerful and much open-minded than textiles (it’s not a rule, but something experienced at any naturist resort). But it’s true the best personal benefit of naturism is increased self-confidence. It’s an act of courage, at the beginning, to strip in front of strangers and fighting fear is always linked to growth.

So enjoy the post and get going to your next naturist holidays!

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

Photo by Arnel Hasanovic on Unsplash

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