Disclaimer: Nudism is officially illegal in the VI. You may be asked to put your clothing back on. You may also be fined. That got me laughing. Sorry but that spelling just conjured up pictures of this dude Sal's old Mom lasciviously peeking.
All about St John in the beautiful US Virgin Islands (USVI) American Paradise
My wife and I would like to find an adult resort in the Caribbean where a woman can go topless or wear skimpy, transparent bikinis. We are not interested in full nudity. And we do not like raucous crowds. This is not a friendly request in St. It is extremely "Frowned Upon", unless you are within the confinement of your own "Private Villa Pool". Common in the French islands as mentioned and places like Martinique it's also common in areas of some of the Dutch islands too. In the VI you would might consider a home with a private secluded pool or a private charter. I think the stretch of beach in front of St.
St. John Hotels and Places to Stay
Jumbie Bay, a short ride up the hill and around a few bends from Cruz Bay, is your "clothing optional, or rather nude beach on St. You have to walk down a stairway which leads into a narrow pathway completely covered by foliage in order to get to the extremely nice, small, but secluded bay. Definitely not for the meek or mild, but more for the adventuresome, carefree type couple. Being bold and carefree myself, I even had uneasy feelings about being on this particular bay. There seems to be many more males than females who frequent this beach and the majority of the males are there, it seems, to get a quick look. It is however a very beautiful bay which is also frequented quite often by the tour boats in order for their patrons to get a few, choice snapshots I don't blame them. Not for the faint-hearted, or jealous type, but exciting for the adventurous type couples. If you are bold, give it a try! Virgin Islands National Park. Profile JOIN.
Going down to the usvi on March 25th. It is illegal to be topless or nude at ALL beaches in the USVI - including Jumbie and Soloman - it is a ticketable offence so please do not do this - all beaches here are family beaches. And remember, being in "town" in a bathing suit is also frowned upon, the culture of the VI's is very conservative. Yes it is illegal and yes you might get a "ticket" but some people still let it all hang out solomon but I wouldn't advise it. If you want nude beaches, your best bet is St.