We thought about using the words “cheapest naturist destinations” in the title of this blog post, but what is cheap? For those of you who are used to visiting all-inclusive clothing-optional resorts in the Caribbean, $250 a night might seem pretty cheap. While others who prefer camping holidays will find $50 quite expensive. Nevertheless, there are places in the world that tend to be more economical than the average naturist resort. If your upcoming travels will be on a limited budget, you might want to consider these.
It’s not a coincidence that we thought about writing this blog post when we are visiting Zipolite. Nude vacations in Mexico are often immediately linked to the Rivièra Maya at the Caribbean coast. Resorts like Hidden Beach and Desire pop up in your Google search results, and although these are amazing places, your wallet might not be too happy with their prices.
Zipolite, at the Pacific coast, is much more budget-friendly. It’s Mexico’s only official nude beach and clothing optional accommodations in town can be found for as cheap as $25 per night. Hotel Lyoban and Hotel Neptuno are good examples of this. Even the more high-end resorts like Hotel …