In Mexico nudism is not listed as huge impact market and there are very few places where it is openly allowed, that is according to data from the Federal Ministry of Tourism. We would like to tell you where you can find three nudist beaches in the beautiful Mexican Caribbean where you can relax and enjoy the fresh air on your bare body.
Playa Santa Fe: This beach is not fully nude, although you can undress completely if you feel like it. It is popular with nudists because here you can come to relax and enjoy privacy and tranquility, it is located near Tulum Pueblo.
Azulik: A preferred destination for being among the sea and the forest, built on a cliff overlooking the sea, giving you a unique view. Here there is no electricity or telephone, for your total relaxation and disconnection from the stress of daily life. It is listed by visitors as a “romantic retreat for newly weds” and it is an adults only resort. The beach is clothing optional, but has become famous because people prefer to be naked.
Costa Copal: A hotel located in the Riviera Maya, ideal for those seeking a natural environment. The beach here is also listed as “clothing optional”. It is just 15 minutes from the archaeological site of Tulum and 90 minutes from Cancun International Airport.
The freedom to walk without clothes can have unintended consequences, which usually can be prevented if you stick to unwritten rules of nudist beaches that are common in other parts of the world. If you are a person who wants to experience something different in a nudist beach and learn to “better accept your own body” we present here a list of etiquette rules on a nude beach, published by the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR)
Rule #1: Respect wildlife and environmentally fragile areas. Beaches are often in areas safeguarding endangered species of fowl, fish, and fauna. Therefore, avoid endangering the habitat with fire, pollution, or even potentially dangerous foodstuffs.
Rule #2: Keep the beach clean. Not only does AANR suggest that beachgoers clean up after themselves, but they advocate sunbathers to “take more trash out than you brought in.”
Rule #3: For those visiting the nude section of a local beach, dress before leaving designated clothing-optional use areas.
Rule #4: Respect yourself and others by following appropriate rules of conduct.
Rule #5: Be polite to everyone.
Rule #6: Always get permission before taking scenic photographs.
Rule #7: Use headsets or keep radio volumes turned low. Most beachgoers visit the beach to rest and relax.
Rule #8: Whenever possible, walk along the shoreline. Not only is it more refreshing, but you avoid kicking sand up at the people you pass.
Rule #9: Always carry a towel with you when you leave your spot on the beach. Whether to sit on or wrap around yourself when you walk to public areas such as picnic benches, food stands, restrooms, etc., you will be more comfortable, as will those around you.
Rule #10: Observe local beach rules and safety regulations. When you arrive at a local beach, look for posted signs indicating beach rules and regulations – including hours, rules for swimming, designated areas for biking, roller-blading, parking, etc.
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