A naturist couple tied the knot completely naked, with about half of the guests wearing no clothes, it has been revealed. Nick and Wendy Lowe got married at the Wellington Naturist Club on Jan 5 and it was the first naturist wedding to be held at the site, Stuff. The wedding was witnessed more than guests, out of which nearly half were wearing clothing, while others were completely naked and wore only hats to protect their faces from the scorching sun. Lowe asserted that since being a naturist was the biggest part of his life, it was natural for the pair to marry that way. He added that there were some invited guests who declined their invitation but many others arrived in whatever they felt comfortable in. Lowe revealed that she took to nudity "like a duck to water" after she was introduced to the naturism by Andrew nearly six years ago.
So I was visiting Negril a couple of weeks ago. I've been there before and I know that there are nude beaches near Hedo and such. Correct me if I am wrong, but is it legal, or permitted, or OK to sunbathe completely nude in these areas? I'm not prude so it didn't bother me much, just sort of shocked me.
When it comes to the beach, nothing feels better than soaking up the warm sun. And on nude and clothing-optional beaches, you can do it without ever getting a tan line! Of course, for many couples, nude beaches just aren't their style.
By Robert Curley. From Jamaica to Antigua, there are plenty of great destinations across the Caribbean that cater to tourists hoping to shed all their clothes on their vacation. If you're looking for a place to enjoy nudism during your trip, consider adding one of these nudity-friendly destinations to your travel itinerary. That has been toned down somewhat, but as the name indicates this is still a place where guests are encouraged to get wet, naked, and wild.