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Naturist Holidays

British Naturism's 60th Birthday Challenge

This year British Naturism celebrate its 60th birthday and has issued series of sixty challenges to naturists. Members of BN will have seen the challenges in the Winter 2023 magazine.

 

As naturists, we are always on the lookout for new challenges and experiences that help us connect with our natural surroundings. That's why we are proud to support British Naturism's 60th birthday challenge, and to invite you to join us in celebrating this milestone. Whether you're a seasoned naturist or new to the lifestyle, we encourage you to take part in this exciting challenge and discover the many benefits of naturism for yourself.

The challenges have been grouped under seven topics, as under.  Good luck!

FIT AND ACTIVE

  1.  Take part in a naked yoga, workout or exercise session.

  2.  Participate in an organised naked walk.

  3.  Take part in World Naked Hiking Day on the 21 June 2024.

  4.  Run 5k with others or by yourself.

  5.  Organise or take part in a naked high ropes course, climbing wall, zip wire,

       sky dive or other adventurous sport, (wearing any appropriate safety gear).

  6.  Play a game of miniten.

  7.  Play a game of squash, volleyball or badminton.

  8.  Play a game of petanque.

  9.  Play a round of golf naked.

10.  Play an outdoor game of chess, draughts or croquet naked.

11.  Host or attend a naked board game or retro games event.

 

OUT AND ABOUT

12.  Organise or attend a naked visit to an art gallery, garden or stately home.

13.  Visit a naturist club that you have not previously visited.

14.  Go to a naturist beach that you have not previously visited.

15.  Visit or stay at a naturist B&B, hotel, spa, or sauna.

16.  Perform naked as an actor, singer, dancer, stand-up comedian, or

       musician or attend a clothing optional performance.

17.  Organise or attend a naked picnic with others.

18.  Organise or attend a naked visit to a zoo, aquarium or wildlife park.

19.  Camp overnight at a naturist-friendly campsite or wild camping area.

20.  Organise or attend a naked dining event at a pub, restaurant or cafe.

21.  Wild swim or bathe naked in a lake, waterfall pool or river.

22.  Take part in an organised naturist swim or skinny dip that you have not

       previously attended.

23.  Go on a naked cycle ride with others or by yourself or participate in a

       World Naked Bike Ride.

24.  Take part in a naked boat cruise e.g. canal or riverboat trip, coastal

       sightseeing trip or holiday cruise.

25.  Ride a horse naked.

26.  Go naked in the snow.

 

NATURISM AT HOME

27.  Display a sign at home so that visitors know you're a naturist.

28.  Read a novel where naturism/nudism is in the plot and discuss it with

       others.

29.  Read a book on the history of naturism and discuss it with others.

30.  Sunbathe naked in your (or someone else's) garden where you have not

       done so before.

31.  Undertake gardening naked (wearing any appropriate safety gear) and/or

       take part in World Naked Gardening Day on 4 May 2024.

32.  Undertake painting, decorating or DIY naked (wearing any appropriate

       safety gear).

33.  Host or attend a clothing optional BBQ naked.

34.  Display at home your favourite Naturist photograph of yourself (if with

       others, ensure you have their permission).

IN THE PICTURE

35.  Make or be in a short film to promote naturism.

 

36.  Appear naked in a magazine, newspaper, calendar or other publication.

 

37.  Pose naked for or take part in a life drawing class, naturist photography

       session or video shoot.

38.  Be photographed next to a nude statue in an art gallery or garden.

 

39.  Be photographed naked at sunrise or sunset.

 

40.  Be photographed at six well-known UK landmarks.

 

 

CELEBRATIONS

41.  Take part in a naked walk or Great British Skinny Dip event to raise money

       for a Charity linked with British Naturism.

 

42.  Host or attend a dinner party, birthday party or other celebratory event in

       your birthday suit.

 

43.  Bake a birthday cake to celebrate BN's sixtieth anniversary.

 

44.  Be a naked waiter/waitress for a party.

 

 

SHARING NATURISM WITH OTHERS

45.  Tell a non-naturist friend, colleague, neighbour or family member, who

       does not know you are a naturist, about naturism and that you are a

       Naturist, and tell us how you got on

       (see: bn.org.uk/ campaigning/justoneperson).

 

46.  Encourage a non-naturist friend, colleague, neighbour or family member

       to take part in a naturist activity with you, attend a naturist event or visit a

       naturist venue.

 

47.  Take part in a naked podcast or write a blog about your involvement in

       Naturism or how it may helped you come to terms with a personal

       challenge (eg mental health, body positivity, LGBTQ identity, faith).

 

48.  Enjoy social nudity with others in a hot tub, sauna or steam room.

 

49.  Invite and enable non-naturist friends to go skinny-dipping with you.

 

50.  Recruit one person into membership of British Naturism.

 

51.  Attend two naturist events you have not previously attended.

 

 

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER!

52.  Wear a piece of BN branded or slogan clothing in public for at least 60

       minutes to promote Naturism.

53.  Volunteer for BN or a BN member club for at least 60 hours during 2024.

 

54.  Live entirely naked for a single period of 60 hours.

 

55.  Create or maintain your own naturist social media account(s) adding at

       least 60 new followers.

56.  Post 60 nude pictures of yourself on social media throughout the year (if

       with others, ensure you have their permission).

57.  Walk naked for 60 miles with others or by yourself (this can be in one go or

       accumulated over time).

58.  Write a short story or article on two or three significant historical events or

       people that have helped Naturism grow and/or develop in the UK and

       share it with others.

59.  Create a vision of what naturism in the UK will look like in 15 years' time

       (BN's 75th Anniversary) and share it with others in any art form of your

       choosing (e.g. words, images, drawings, paintings, collage, drama etc.).

60.  Tell others (in person or in writing) about your participation in the BN 60th

       Anniversary Challenge.

Members of BN can download a logbook to record their achievements directly from the BN website

by clicking on the members link below.

Non-members can download the logbook by clicking on the non-members link below

which will, of course, also work for members.

While on holiday at BHH Naturist Resort on Fuerteventura in March we made a start on the sixty challenges.

14. Go to a naturist beach that you have not previously visited.

Although we had visited several beaches on Fuerteventura on previous holidays, this time we visited four that we hadn’t been to before.

15. Visit or stay at a naturist B&B, hotel, spa, or sauna.

BHH is a naturist resort, so that one was easy.

52. Wear a piece of BN branded or slogan clothing in public for at least 60 minutes to promote Naturism.

Before leaving home we bought BN T-shirts and wore them for a seventy-one minute stroll around Costa Calma.

57. Walk naked for 60 miles with others or by yourself (this can be in one go or accumulated over time).

We didn’t do the full sixty miles, but made a good start by clocking up nearly twenty-four and a half miles: around fourteen miles over four walks along the Jandia beaches and around ten and a half miles over two walks in the Parc Naturel de Jandia.

Now that you've read this we have also completed number 60:

Tell others (in person or in writing) about your participation in the BN 60th Anniversary Challenge.

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Naturist Holidays

Naturist Holidays

A collection of resorts, beaches and other locations for nude leisure

A collection of resorts, beaches and other locations for nude leisure

A collection of resorts, beaches and other locations for nude leisure

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