Part of getting naked is having somewhere to do it, so why stay home and twiddle your twigs? Check out where GNI can take you:
When you want to get naked somewhere special for a week or more, you’ll love these memorable holidays.
When you have only a few days to get naked, these weekend escapes are the perfect choice.
Hosted by GNI-affiliated clubs or partner organizations, some of these are held in coordination with GNI.
We’ve negotiated discounts with other groups and facilities around the world.
We’ve done some of the legwork for you! Check out these great, worldwide resources of resorts and B&B’s, campgrounds, beaches, etc. that can help you find just the right spot.
(Shorter attendance options available)
Join GNI in 2014 for its biggest event of the year — GNI NakedFest!
Discover the picturesque forest of northern Maryland in the buff in a rustic, summer camp setting. With up to 450 guests that can be housed in onsite housing, our brand new event – GNI NakedFest – is the world’s largest all-nude event on land. It’s open to all gay, bisexual, and gay-friendly men who are at least 21 and a current member of GNI. Experience camaraderie, education, and relaxation in a beautiful setting with a lake; large pool; courts for tennis, volleyball, and other sports; wooded trails; and rolling, manicured grounds.
Through the Grenadines aboard the S.V. Mandalay
• March 9-15, 2014: St. Lucia round trip — or stay aboard and take the next one, too:
• March 16-22, 2014: St. Lucia to Grenada
Ports of call: First week — St. Vincent, Canouan, Anse La Roche, Petit St. Vincent, Tobago Cays.
Second week — Bequia (“BEK-way”), Union Island, Meyreau, St. Vincent, Tobago Cays.
(Itineraries are subject to change at captain’s discretion for wind and sea conditions.)
With GNI as sponsor, Source Events continues the tradition of gay cruises with these nude voyages on the vintage tall sailing vessel Mandalay. A new owner, Windjammer Sailing Adventures, refurbished this majestic schooner in 2012. Although unrelated to previous owners, the line is committed to restoring the best ‘Jammer traditions, such as rum swizzles, captain’s story time, bare feet on teak decks, and optional participation in raising the sails to the stirring strains of Amazing Grace, to name just a few.
Inaccessible to large cruise ships, the Grenadines are a yachtsman’s dream of exotic islands, charming harbors, quaint shops, bars, and cafés, deserted beaches, and smooth sailing. These cruises sail back to back — travel on one or the other, or take both for a 13-night voyage! The ship currently accommodates up to 58 passengers (at double occupancy) for an intimate, private yacht experience.
Status: Premium cabins on both cruises are sold out; only standard cabins are available.
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GNI launched the Naked Getaway™ weekend in 2007 as a holiday for men with only a few days to get naked. These events are held in cooperation with local gay naturist clubs and clothing-optional resorts.
December 5-8, 2013
Key West, FL
Naked events on “Bone Island” include main and after-hours parties, barbecues, a shopping spree, sailing adventures, and more. You can purchase a single pass for entry to all events except the sailings. The pass provides discounts for those sailings as well as on certain days at various restaurants, retailers, and other businesses.
The gay, clothing-optional guesthouses in Old Town, where the events are focused, fill up quickly. Secluded amenities include sparkling pools, lush gardens, sun decks and outdoor Jacuzzis. There are also other accommodations in Old and New Towns.
These long weekends enjoy a terrific turnout every July and December. See the schedule of activities for details.
Get details and make reservations
Events posted on this page are hosted by GNI-affiliated clubs, partner organizations, or GNI. For additional local events, check out our Nude Clubs page and find links to clubs near where you live or travel.
This page is updated regularly. If your GNI-affiliated club would like GNI to post your major event here, e-mail the details to the Events Committee. If your club would like to become affiliated with GNI, see the GNI Club Affiliation page for information and instructions.
GNI members in good standing enjoy great savings with the following businesses or groups. Just present your current GNI membership card and, if requested, a government-issued photo ID.
15% off tuition for the following introductory workshops, held in various American and Canadian locations. (Check individual workshop pages for pricing.) When registering, give GNI15P as the promotional code. (Proof of current membership required.)
Enjoy a couple’s rate for daily membership at this luxury naturist resort when two GNI members visit together. Contact front desk for pre-approval at least 24 hours before.
Get 15% off at this different kind of men’s resort, a perfectly designed living space, constructed from the inside out without compromise. Located in the heart of Old Town on historic Fleming Street, a short walk to restaurants and nightlife. (Discount not valid during Fantasy Fest and New Year’s weekend.)
Get naked in Spanish! Pay for six nights and get your seventh night free at this gay, clothing-optional guesthouse. Only a 20-minute drive from the popular gay beach resort of Alicante, Spain.
Guysers Gaystay men’s clothing-optional B&B in Rotorua, New Zealand would like to offer a 10% discount to all members of GNI. Just present your current GNI membership card and, if requested, a government-issued photo ID.
Tampa Bay nudist resort offering numerous amenities in a 200-acre, natural woodland and wetland setting. GNI members are eligible for the affiliated day visitor rate (same as AANR member rate); those aged 18 to 30 are eligible for the lower, Young Adult rate. Click above for details.
Specialty publisher of works celebrating great skinny-dipping moments in art and nature. Currently featured is Erotic Tales of Skinny Dipping, an anthology of writings and artwork by famous authors, artists, or other celebrities on the joys and other aspects of skinny-dipping. GNI members get 10% off on orders placed directly with publisher. (Discount does not apply to orders placed through Amazon.)
Take advantage of an affiliated rate for daily grounds fees at this campground near West Palm Beach, FL that welcomes diversity. Ample campsites and a few rental cabins are available, though overnight stays incur a separate charge. Home of The Naturist Society’s Mid-Winter Naturist Festival over Presidents’ Day weekend.
Selection of accommodations. Bali au Naturel, The Glass House (Rumah Kaca), and Tamarind House (Celagi Uma) in quiet Buleleng. Laki Uma Villa and Laki Uma Sleeping Together (hostel) in bustling Kuta. GNI members visiting individually get 10% off published rates. Men’s naturist clubs organizing a group event get 20% off. Contact representative for information and reservations.
On GNI-sponsored weekends (see Naked Getaways, above left) with expanded nudity policy*, book and stay at this gay campground for three consecutive nights and get the third night free at the same level of accommodation. A Vitambi Springs membership is required for all visitors, but is available at a nominal charge.
* Nudity policy: During designated Naturists at Vitambi Springs (N-VS) weekends only, nudity is permitted anywhere within the gates except inside Big Oak Lodge (which houses Registration, Bolo Café, Bongo Bar, Safari Outfitters General Store, and administrative offices), where a minimum of a wrap (e.g., sarong, towel, etc.) must be worn over the mid-section of the body at all times without exception, per county health department requirements.
On all other dates, minimum cover as described above is required everywhere in the Lake District (see map) at all times without exception. As marked by signs, clothing is optional in the Garden Quarter, which includes the pool compound and remote camping clusters, as well as in the vast wilderness areas to the south. Full awareness of and compliance with the nudity policy will provide a more comfortable experience for all.
Gay and lesbian chambers of commerce (sometimes called business guilds) exist to promote their members’ businesses, which typically include all or most of the gay or gay-friendly resorts in their areas. Always consult such resources, if they exist in the area where you will be traveling.
Gay and lesbian community centers (U.S., Canada, and a few others or worldwide) also offer some listings of local businesses, including resorts. Always consult such resources, if they exist in the area where you will be traveling.
Mainstream convention and visitors’ bureaus are becoming increasingly aware of the gay and lesbian component of their local tourism. Those in major cities and some lesser ones have begun to add a gay/lesbian section to their web sites, with a focus on accommodations. (If it’s not plainly identified, look for phrases including the words, “Rainbow,” “Pride,” or variants of “LGBT.”)
Local Pride organizations (InterPride members or worldwide) may also provide links to businesses, including resorts, since they realize that people may be traveling from elsewhere to attend their festivals and related events.