The once strong dollar is hitting the pockets of all travelers, even those that don’t have pockets. The Nudist Travel Guide has a list of places to visit where you won’t have to sell the clothes off your back or wear them at all for that matter.
Playa Sonrisa (official website) on the Caribbean coast of Mexico is for true nudists/naturists and even offers a 15% discount for naturist club members, such as AANR members. They have beach front bungalows and rooms for accommodations, naked snorkeling and even have a restaurant.
Aside from Mexico, the NTG recommends Croatia and Bonaire in the Caribbean. You don’t have to be a naturist to find great places to travel on a weak dollar, check the Economist’s interactive map to get an idea and follow these tips during the holiday season.
You don’t even have to leave the US to stay at some of the best nudist resorts.
AOL.com picked The Terra Cotta Inn located in sunny Palm Springs, CA as one of the 10 best clothing optional reosrts in the world. The sit eis http://sunnyfun.com And in Florida Cypress Cove is one of the best nudist resorts.
Both resorts are very reasonably price and you get to pay in US dollars.