The world of nude camping is unlike most camping trips you’ve likely taken in your life.
Naturism is a way of living in non-sexual nudity in social settings and is a cultural movement that advocates for the acceptance of social nudity in society as a whole.
Nudity is the most obvious part of naturism, but that’s not all there is to it. It’s more about promoting stability and wholesomeness of the body, mind, and spirit in harmony with nature.
As you can see, there are quite a few ways typical camping and naturist camping differ, so you’ll want to prepare for your first naturist camping environment trip with a few new tips.
Unlike most reviews, we’re sharing everything you need to know about your first naturist camping trip at a naturist resort area– from what to pack, to common rules and etiquette, and even some popular UK naturist campsites.
Once you’ve finished this article, you’ll be all ready to go for a novel experience in the natural environment.
Equipment To Pack for Naturist Camping
There’s not that much of a difference between the equipment you’d pack to bring to a non-naturist campsite and a naturist campsite – well, except maybe fewer clothes.
Other than that, you’ll want to be sure to cover all of your basic things. From sleeping gear like a tent and sleeping bag to protection and food tools, here’s everything you want to check off your list:
Whether you’re at naturist campsites or regular campsites, the human body gets cold at night.
Any and all reviews will tell you – bring the same tent, sleeping back, and sleeping pad for your naturist holidays that you’d bring to a campsite any other time.
People don’t change too much here.
You’ll want a mattress pad if the floor of the campsite is cold, a durable and thick sleeping bag to keep you insulated from nature and a tent that won’t blow away onto the beaches nearby.
If you’re going at a time of year when it’s warm, you might not need that mattress pad.
Source: The Expert Camper
Original publication 26 March, 2021
Posted on NatCorn 3 weeks ago
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