Remember that guy in college who told you to get naked because everyone was doing it? Well, he may have been ahead of his time. Whether it's for art, health, relaxation, or spiritual awakening, a whole world of travel is opening up to the idea of an NC holiday. But remove your mind from the gutter—this isn't about sex. This nudity is about art! About freedom of expression! About refocusing your third eye! And when that all fails, it's also about checking out the hotties in the thermal baths in Iceland. In other words, those in the know are also those in the buff. Read on to find the best places to take it all off, from Nevada's desert of hot bodies to Japan's nude theme park.
Our Final Thoughts on Iceland Nudity in Hot Springs and Spas
What is the nudity culture in Iceland like? When, where, and why are people getting naked in Iceland? Is it true that you have to wash publicly in the nude to enter the Blue Lagoon? Read on to discover all you need to know about nudity in Iceland.
Can you go to the Blue Lagoon Naked? The answer is no!
Iceland In 8 Days. The wonderful, wild, beautiful Iceland. This country raises questions more than just about any country on earth. Are those stories about having to completely undress before getting into a hot spring or pool true? Many factors play in, including setting, culture, traditions, and more. Together, these all play a major role in determining where, when, and how you can and cannot, should and should not, disrobe in Iceland. Iceland is an island country situated on the border of the Northern and North Atlantic ocean, just outside the Arctic Circle.
Well, ok, fine. Today, for a change, let me tell you about this one time in Iceland when I did not in fact get naked at the spa. It does happen, sometimes. But can you go to the Blue Lagoon naked, you may ask? What is wrong with you, you perverts! Land of fire and ice. Such a fascinating place, filled with lagoons, glaciers, and geysers. As you would imagine, it is also one of the best places on earth to visit spas and natural pools built around thermal sources. The Blue Lagoon and its natural hot springs and giant geothermal pool, located on the Reykjanes Peninsula is, without a doubt, the most famous. It might sound odd at first to hear that the Blue Lagoon, which is fed by the runoff of a geothermal power plant located in a lava field nearby, is the most visited attraction in Iceland.