Whether you’re a solo traveller, or travelling with your partner, if you find yourselves at these spots, you can rest assured that you’ll be the only ones there. Take this opportunity to shed off your clothes for a skinny dipping experience in the crystal cold waters. By Anuja Dixit
The waterfalls and rapids in the National Park of Brecon Beacons add an exciting, picturesque and thoroughly romantic touch to its woodlands and hillsides. It is one of the must-visit places in all of Britain.
Karijini National Park in Australia is full of hidden coves, waterfalls, and water holes which are made all the more beautiful by the colorful rock and turquoise waters. So, a skinny dip here will feel more thrilling.
There is no better place to take a skinny dip and cool off than the Tengenungan waterfalls in Bali, which is the most packed places on this list. While you will find other people here, skinny dipping is a very usual practice, when surrounded by mountains and tropical palm trees above.
Kawaguchiko Onsen, located at the foot of Mt. Fuji, wins first place. If you want to make the best of a short trip to Japan where you can appreciate both hot springs and scenic views of Mt. Fuji, look no further. You can admire the symbol of Japan from your room and even the hot spring baths.
Set against fiery red rock canyon walls, the crystal clear cerulean waters, Huvasu Falls is in a remote area of the Grand Canyon.You require a ten-mile hike, mule or horse ride to get to one of the most amazing waters to take a dip on this planet. With waters plunging down into travertine swimming holes, The place offers a delightful experience.
Cenote Ik Kil, Yucatan in Mexico is a deep natural pit which was formed by collapsing of the caves. The pool here is 115 feet deep and 200 ft. wide in diameter and is arguably one of the most beautiful cenotes of Mexico.