Traveling with luggage can be a true hassle. First you have to fit everything you want to take in the baggage and not exceed the airlines weight restrictions. Second you have to check the bags in at the gate and then haul your carry on bags through security and hope you didn’t forget anything. And lastly, you constantly fear you are going to arrive at your destination and your bag will be no where to be found. As a naturist, you carry far less clothing so most if not all of those issues are resolved.
Traveling in a textile world really does present a lot of challenges and worries as you try to make your way from point A to point B. You are always worried that an airline, a train or a bus company might lose your precious belongings along the way.
According to the U.S. Dept. of Transportation’s Mishandled Baggage Report, more than half of the bags handled by American Airlines were mishandled in 2020. It just goes to show that all airlines are not equal and you do take a risk every time you travel with luggage. Sure there is the option to do a carry-on luggage online but you still can run into the issue of not enough room in the overhead bins.
Nude travel is probably the best way to travel. You have nearly nothing to lose along the way and I’ve found that you are far more relaxed and comfortable. Maybe it is time to plan your next vacation at a naturist resort where you won’t need all those luggage worries weighing you down. So where do you go for a naturist/nudist resort and how do you pick the right one for you.
Well first off, how nude do you want to be? How comfortable you are with being nude in a non-sexual social environment is a good place to start. If you’re not ready to strip down just yet, maybe a clothing-optional resort is a better fit for you. But if you’re comfortable in your skin and you are ready to enjoy your vacation fully nude, then maybe a nudity required resort is a good fit for you.
Another aspect to think about is a family friendly resort verses an adults only venue. A good example in the United States is the family friendly resort called Shangri La Ranch in Arizona. This spot is very popular with families and offers activities for the whole family. You and your kids should be comfortable and feel safe while you’re enjoying your vacation. Naturist resorts take extra precautions such as background checks and sex offender registry checks. These checks ensure that those visiting are safe and keep a positive non-sexual environment.
If you are looking for an adults only retreat, a highly rated all inclusive clothing optional resort called Desire Riviera Maya Resort located in Riviera Maya, Mexico. This couples only, adults only resort has a party atmosphere with a private beach, a night club and a full service spa. But be forewarned that this resort is not for the faint at heart. You may be exposed to sexual acts in some venues during your stay.
In my opinion a nice stay at a family friendly naturist resort is the best medicine for relaxation and letting the world pass by. No matter where you go, be sure to research the resort you are going to and check out any travel alerts as well. Your comfort and safety are of upmost importance. Enjoy your nude travels and have a fun relaxing time!