My girlfriend and I are planning a trip to Moorea and we were wondering if sunbathing au natural is legal, socially acceptable and the norm for some beaches as opposed to others Last time I was in Hilton Moorea it is not uncommon to see tourists sun bathing in "natural" way. What one does on thier own deck is their business. However, topless is acceptable on the beach but bottoms should be worn. We've accidentally viewed some completely nude sunbathers on overwater decks and WHY are the naked ones never the pretty ones? It seemed to be largely European guests, as well. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one. We remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines, and we reserve the right to remove any post for any reason. Skip to main content.
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I don't want to step on any toes here or offend anyone it's not my intention. I will be going on my honeymoon the first week of July next year. I've always wanted to go to Bora Bora but I don't think we can afford it so I was hoping for second best and going to Moorea instead. I didn't realize it until recently from reading different posts on here that people even sunbath half nude.
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Perhaps a quarter of the female guests will be topless—relaxing in the long thin arc-shaped pool, sitting in one of the two spas, or sunning on the deck. On a typical day, half or more of the topless women would figure into the SGNC stripper-grade nipple count. The disadvantages of this pool for a strip-club aficionado are: 1 You can get a better show elsewhere, especially considering that 2 the admission price is so high. And they really ought to get some beach balls into that pool! I also think they ought to make a few more umbrellas available out in the deck lounge areas. That Vegas sun is hot. Slow day. Couple where wife was topless, nice but older. Single gal topless, definitely older Single gal with fake pair, bordering on too old. But boy did they defy gravity!
The proper pronunciation is Mo-or-ray-ah. The only thing I knew about the island previously was it was a popular honeymoon destination. The island is full of greenery and reminded me of what Hawaii must have looked like fifty years ago. Even though Moorea is a tourist destination there are only a couple of big chain resorts and the rest are small hotels, guesthouses and mostly locals living island life.