topless-bathing

Here a few islands i have listed to give to a brief insite in to going topless on your future Caribbean holidays, if the island you are visiting i havnt listed give me a call on 01226 781270 and iwill get the details for you . 

Nudity Jamaica
Officially toplessness and nudity are illegal in Jamaica, except in certain designated areas. These are usually within hotels away from the public beaches. While they are slightly less prudish than many former British West Indians, the Jamaicans do not particularly like nudity. It may occasionally happen in the major tourist resorts, but you are advised not to strip off or go topless in remote or ‘local’ areas of the island.

Nudity Antigua
Antiguans are quite conservative and any form of nudity is unacceptable, even toplessness. There is however a nudist beach at Hawksbill Bay.
If you walk through St John’s you are asked to wear some cover over your swimsuit.

Nudity Bahamas
Nudity is not allowed in public areas in the Bahamas, although the occasional woman goes topless on some more secluded beaches. There are clothing optional beaches at Cutlass Bay resort on Cat Island and at Breezes on Cable beach, Nassau

Nudity Barbados
Barbadians are quite conservative and any form of nudity is unacceptable. It is, in any event, against the law to be topless or naked if you are in view

Nudity Cuba
Topless bathing is banned in theory, but is practised by tourists on many of the beaches. Public nudity is not appreciated on mainland Cuba but it does happen in quieter areas on Cayo Largo

Nudity Dominican Republic
Caliente Caribe Resort (formerly Eden Bay) near Puerto Plata is an all inclusive naturist resort and has its own private nude beach.
In general, topless bathing is quite common around the large tourist beaches that see European visitors, but you will rarely find the locals partaking

Nudity St Lucia
Besides being against the law, nudity is not appreciated by the St Lucians on public beaches while in view. It happens on the remote east coast beaches occasionally, but they are hard to get to. A few hotels with effectively their own beaches do tolerate toplessness but that’s the limit.

This is a guideline of topless bathing in the Caribbean , dont get this mixed up with naturist resorts , if you would like more details for your future Caribbean holidays on topless bathing drop me a line on 01226 781270

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