Looking for a travel destination to play in the lifestyle? Maybe there aren’t good clubs near you, or you’ve decided to only dabble in swinging when traveling or you just like to travel. Whatever your reason, there are plenty of sexy hotspots for you to enjoy.
A typical day at a swinger resort includes sleeping in or heading to the gym (swingers love staying fit). Then showing up for a nice breakfast, sleeping a little bit more in your room or poolside after breakfast. You can grab lunch while the entertainment staff does something fun and crazy to help shake off the previous night’s sexual stupor. Casually making friends over poolside drinks or lounging in the hot tub until dinner – we’ll admit, the daytime activities at a swinger resort are crazier than Spring Break but pale in comparison to what happens when the sun goes down!
After dinner, people change into their evening swinger clothes (maybe some nice sexy lingerie, or a hot costume for the theme party) and the fun really begins. You can find live entertainment at the nightclub and make a sexy connection for that evening! Swinger resorts often offer play areas for guests to enjoy, or you can bring your new friends back to your room. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, you can indulge in some late-night snacks and drinks at the 24-hour restaurant before you finally crash and get ready to do it all again the next day!
While it sounds like fun, you shouldn’t expect a non-stop, all-day, all-night orgy. Everyone – including you – needs some time to relax and recharge.
While you’re at the resort, be sure you leave your camera and phone in your room unless you want to be on a first-name basis with security. Privacy is very important at swinger resorts, so there are usually zero-tolerance policies in the public nudity areas.
Sound like a dream come true? Here are some of your options if you’re looking to indulge in a sexy vacation!
There are many nudists resorts across the US and abroad. Most people going to these resorts are non-playing nudists, but there are usually a suitable number of swingers also enjoying the freedom. Most nudist resorts allow children, so any heavy flirting or frisky business needs to be kept inside your room.
A general tip for spotting likely swingers at a nudist resort is to look at their bodies and grooming. Nudists tend to let things grow down below, while swingers usually keep things very tidy and groomed. Of course, this is not 100% accurate, so be careful when meeting new people at these resorts. The ratio of swingers tends to increase on the weekends, so plan accordingly.
Some of the more popular swinger-friendly nudist resorts are Freedom Acres in California, Rooftop Resorts and Caliente Resorts in Florida, Paradise Valley in Georgia, Live Oaks and Riverside Ranch in Texas, and Cap d’Agde in France. Just remember that these are primarily nudist resorts so don’t assume everyone is a swinger. A subtler approach usually delivers better results & avoids upsetting other people.
Yes, this is a real thing. There are many different swinger conventions, all across the states! There’s Podcast A Palooza, which attracts a few hundred swingers for a multi-day foray into all things swinging hosted by your favorite swinging podcasters. Then there’s Naughty in Nawlins, a five-day adventure that has a parade of swingers going down Bourbon Street in New Orleans. There are several other swinger conventions, but these are the two most popular ones. Make sure to book early so you can stay at the host hotel instead of the overflow hotels which will have fewer people. Conventions are great learning opportunities, even for veteran swingers, and an awesome chance to see more of this huge, sex-positive community.
A few times a year, a lifestyle party organizer might rent out several floors of a hotel (or an entire hotel) for a private swinger soiree. Full hotel takeovers often allow nudity in the pool area and hallways, since the public isn’t allowed inside during the takeover. These takeovers are usually 2-3 days long and cost as much as an average hotel stay. Don’t hold your breath waiting for a 4- or 5-star hotel takeover. Those places tend to be too busy to allow takeovers, and party organizers would have a much harder time finding enough swingers who can afford a 5-star hotel. Most hotel takeovers are hosted in 2- to 3-star hotels.
Thankfully, the people attending these events are less interested in the hotel and more interested in making new friends with the other guests. A hotel takeover is similar to the swinger conventions, just on a more condensed scale. There will probably be a few hundred people instead of thousands, with few or no workshops offered. The good thing is that most weekends, if not every weekend, there are swinger hotel takeovers going on. You just might have to travel a bit to get there. If you are a swinger in a rural area, this could be your solution for finding partners.
Cancun’s everlasting spring break for adults, Temptation Resort is not a real swinger resort. It’s more of a lifestyle-friendly topless resort that just happens to attract swingers and swayers. The staff does not allow any blatant sexy playing in public. You need to keep that in your hotel room. The party vibe is top-notch. This crowd focuses on some serious partying. As the night gets late, there are plenty of swingers that will be flirting and looking to bring new friends back to their hotel rooms. If you want to party more and play a little, Temptation is a good match for you.
Jamaica’s famous clothing-optional resort. Officially it is called Hedonism II but it’s the only Hedo resort so don’t worry. You can pick a room on the Tame (clothed) side or on the Wild (nude) side. Whichever side you pick, you can use either the Tame or Wild pool areas as long as you appropriately dress or undress. Many guests are nudists who want to have a fun, non-swinging time. There are plenty of swingers who will have sex anytime in the public pool area on the Wild side. Singles are welcome at Hedonism, so you may run into a bunch of single guys. Hedonism hosts many swinger takeovers throughout the year, organized by different swinger groups. These takeover weeks cost more, but the swinger ratio is much higher and there are usually a lot of extra activities during the takeover weeks. Hedonism also has some “Young Swingers Weeks”, where the crowd skews towards swingers in their 20s and 30s.
There are two Desire resorts, one is called Desire Pearl and the other is Desire RM. They are both right outside of Cancun. Both are pricey and are couples-only but well worth the price tag. No unicorns (except in August) or single men (sorry, no exceptions) are allowed. Desire Riviera Maya is a bit bigger, with a more active scene. Desire Pearl is smaller and people tend to feel it is a bit more elegant. They are all-inclusive and clothing-optional. There tend to be more swingers than nudists at Desire, but it’s not a free-for-all play marathon; most opportunities to play take place at night. If the mood hits you during the day you are allowed to play in the pool area, beach beds, & the super sexy Sin Room. Because Desire is a bit pricey, the clientele tends to skew towards swingers in their 40s and 50s. The higher price does deliver a higher service level than you usually find at Hedo. Like Hedonism, Desire hosts a few swinger takeover weeks throughout the year run by different swinger groups.
There are a bunch of swinger takeover cruises organized by different companies. It is kind of crazy, but there are so many swingers looking to party that we can fill up entire cruise ships! If you want to go on a weeklong cruise with 3,000 of your closest swinger friends, this is for you! These cruises cost more than normal cruises and usually cost more than any swinger resort but you are talking about great service and a huge swinger party so it’s worth it. It’s like a takeover week at a huge swinger resort: they usually bring on some guest speakers and throw extra-crazy parties with group play areas available on the ship. Since it is a cruise takeover, you can leave the swimsuit at home and not worry about tan lines! With thousands of swingers and assorted lifestylers, there is something for everyone and every age group. Each cruise is different but roughly about 20% of couples are in their 20s or early 30s and that means about 600 young swingers so there is definitely something for everyone.
Whichever swinger travel choice you go with, you might want to look up a nearby hotel that you can give to your vanilla family and friends when they ask where you are going on vacation. We also suggest you use an experienced lifestyle adult travel agency. They understand what you want and can handle any question you may have because they regularly visit these swinger spots themselves. Happy sexy travels!