Monday, March 1, 2010

Many women enjoy wearing beach cover ups at clothing optional resorts

Vacationing in the nude is the fastest growing trend in the travel industry. However, many women are still very nervous about vacationing at nudist resorts.

First, everyone should know, ALL nudist resorts are different. They are independently owned. Some like our resort where Norma works, pictured above, are very first timer friendly and very women friendly.

About 90% of our guests had their first topless or nude sunbathing vacation here. Now of course, they are our repeat guests.

Women, are you nervous about your first nude sunbathing experience? Then you will love our resort.

We are one of the few nude sunbathing resorts that let women wear beach wraps, or pareos, or topless bikinis by the pool. You can even wear a topless bikini in the pool or jacuzzi here. We even sell wraps for you to wear.

We find that most women are OK with the idea of topless sunbathing or as it is called European Style sunbathing. Las Vegas even has European pools. Women are nervous about exposing themselves below the belly button. So if you say it is OK to wear a topless bikini or beach wrap, the woman will book. And then when they get here, they see that their fears are for naught. and they feel comfortable nude sunbathing right away.

Many nude places have strict rules where it is mandatory nudity at all times or at the pool. This makes women especially first timers feel very uncomfortable. I'll never understand why so many nudist resorts are so women unfriendly.

If you want to wear a beach wrap, it is OK at the Terra Cotta Inn in Palm Springs, California.

This is one of the reasons why we are the most popular nude sunbathing resort in the western US and why guests fly here from around the world for their vacations. Of course it helps that Palm Springs has the best nude sunbathing weather in the world.

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Call us at 800-786-6938 for more information or to make reservations.

We hope to see you soon in sunny Palm Springs.

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