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Melbourne, Australia
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My fiance and I are seriously looking at getting married in Fiji and two of our guests are into nude sunbaking and swimming. So we were wondering if there is a place where they can do that at all. I realise that it's generally a no-no but could there possibly be a nudity tolerant resort, beach or island tucked away somewhere that they could visit for a day?

They are polite and considerate and would be mortified if they offended the locals, so I think they're willing to put up with some inconvenience to access a fairly isolated place.

Wellington, New...
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for Yasawa Islands
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1. Re: Nudies

It would be very difficult to find anywhere in Fiji that would tolerate it.

Reno, Nv
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for Matangi Island, Fiji
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2. Re: Nudies

Nudity is illegal in Fiji, and very offensive to the Fijian people. Don't know of a resort that would allow it. The only option would be, if the resort you are staying at offered a private picnic to an island/beach where they will be dropped off and picked up later with no other people there.

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3. Re: Nudies

As above. Nudity is illegal and considered a criminal offence in Fiji (ie indecent exposure).

About the only way around it, would be if you had a plunge pool or outdoor shower at the resort you are staying at.

That said, getting nude in Fiji is a REALLY bad idea anyway, because the sun can burn you in next to no time, and you do not want to get bad sunburn on your bum!

Whilst you could do a "cheeky nude" in the waters if in deep enough, because the water is pretty clear around most areas of Fiji, it doesn't really work :D

4. Re: Nudies

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