So famous you have to go, feels like your on a Greek Island with no worries. Sure, this is a nudist beach, but the beach is beautiful. Quiet, secluded, with powder white sandy beach. Great place to escape for some peace and quiet.
2. Sandy Bay: Location
About Mpenjati Naturist Beach
A metre stretch of beach that falls under the Mpenjati Nature Reserve at Trafalgar on the south coast, was given nude-beach status by the local municipality in late , officially opening the following Easter. Mpenjati beach is a small strip of the Trafalgar beach roughly kms south of Durban on the Hibiscus Coast. This is KwaZulu-Natal's first nudist beach and the only official nudist beach in the country The likes of Sandy Bay are unofficial nude beaches.
1. The beach
You will feel comfortable to take your clothes off because there is almost no people there and you can also leave your clothes on if you are shy. Located at the end of a residential area, you will have to take a nice scenic walk along breathtaking nature to arrive to this tropical spot, which is very calm and peaceful. The first area consists on an open beach, which has breathtaking views to the Atlantic Ocean. It is surrounded by wonderful greenery and dunes. Also, there is another area with big boulders, which provide extra privacy and shadow making it an excellent spot to relax and cool down. Besides that, the boulders provide protection against the wind, which can sometimes be strong at that beach. Sandy Bay is located along the famous road from Cape Town to Cape point. It is near Llandudno Beach and you can walk from one beach to another. Sandy Bay is a bit more inaccessible to ensure good privacy. There are two ways to get to the beach:.
Unbeknownst to many, South Africa has several nudist beaches. Admittedly, some of them are more official than others, but all of them accept bathers who strip down to enjoy the beach in nothing more than what nature gave them. If you are a keen naturalist, or maybe thinking about trying it, the nude-friendly beaches to go for are:. What a view! A post shared by Heloise Alexandra heloise. No photography allowed, unless it is of yourself or your own group of friends and everybody agrees explicitly. Staring or looking at others is considered rude.