This blog is dedicated to all naturists of color. Our numbers may seem few by comparison, but we are out there.
Many of my friends enjoy being nude, but don’t consider themselves to be nudist/naturist. I wonder if this is this is the reason I see far more of my people at nude beaches than I do at nudist clubs and resorts.
Trinidad and Tobago national here again!
While I am happy to see this site and to know that black people are interested in naturism (and, by that, I mean being nude for recreation and not for exhibitionism, porn, or swinging), I must agree with a concern expressed that some picture submissions amount to nothing short of porn.
Real, genuine naturists do not go naked or visit naturist resorts for reasons of porn or to be vulgar. That is one sure reason to get one expelled from a naturist resort. Remember that “nudity is not lewdity”.
I would like to know where our black people who are interested in naturism for recreation are located, especially if they are from the Caribbean.
Perhaps, when black people check in here they should tell us where they live and where they have vacationed nude. In that way, we’ll know the spread of genuine black naturists.
NakedTrini asked about Caribbean and Trinidad and Tobago people who are naturists. I’ve long wanted to know who these people are; so I ask you from the Caribbean and, especially, from Trinidad and Tobago to post here.
Tell us about yourselves and your naturist/nudist experiences. Also, please say which nudist resorts/beaches you have visited and were naked.
More especially, as the first from Trinidad and Tobago to visit Sorobon Beach on Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles 25 years ago (that resort is no longer naturist), tell me if you’ve ever been there and what your experience was like.
Also, you might not have gone to Bonaire, but to Sint Maarten/St Martin, or to Jamaica, or one of the French Caribbean islands, or to the Dominican Republic. It does not matter where you’ve been; just tell us about the experience.
If we are real nudists, we’ll post good, wholesome pictures. This will help to keep this site clean.
I want to thank everyone who has submitted informative and insightful posts.
Another Trinidadian here.
Back in 1987 my wife and I spent two days at Sorobon Naturist Resort in Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles.
It was exhilarating, but much too short. We had bathed and skinny-dipped on beaches before, but never been to a naturist resort until then.
We were the first Trinidadians to go there. I’ve been told there have been other Trinidadians who have gone.
I do not think you will find many nude blacks, but once at such a location, no one will bother about whether you are a minority.
My advice is; just go and act normally. the same way you can strike up a conversation on clothed beaches, you can do in a nude environment.
You might find the nudes more pleasant and friendly.
There are two places in Jamaica you can check out for privacy: Couples Tower Isle Hotel in Ocho Rios which has a nude island which is open to hotel guests only between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.; and the ‘N’ Resort in Falmouth, the home of the newest cruise ship port in Jamaica, where you can be nude throughout your stay.
You can do a two-in-one in Jamaica; spend a few days at Couples and then go to the ‘N’ Resort.
I feel many Trinidadians will go to nude resorts once they can be assured of privacy at that anyone there whom they know will be doing the same thing they are doing: being nude.
Am proud of every black Naturist for being an example to people like me who are scare of nudity yet we love it …just because in my country its seen as a tabu…….am starting up my own nudist society and i plan to take it big in the future….love you all