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Nude Beach Xmas Party, Dec 22nd-24th, 2017

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Waialea Beach (Beach 67 just north of Beach 69)

Puako, HI 96743

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On Christmas Weekend, Friday, Dec 22, 2017, Saturday, Dec 23, and Sunday, Dec 24, we'll meet at Beach 67 on the north-east shore of Hawaii's Big Island for a nude picnic and naked day in the sun. It is an informal gathering of men and a few women who love being naked in the sun while relaxing on the small beach 67 at Waialea Beach (just north of the regular state beach (beach 69). We plan to arrive around 11:00-11:30 and will probably stay until nearly 5:00pm. Join us on one of those afternoons for a fun naked day in the sun!


Beach 67 (near Waialea Bay (sometimes called Wailea) or mistakenly called Beach 69) is located in South Kohala area between Kawaiihae and Waikoloa. Wailea Bay Marine Preserve's two beaches are nicknamed Beach 69 and 67 because of their identifying numbered telephone poles (not milemarkers). Beach 69 is the larger and is great for snorkeling and diving. Beach 67, on the north side of the bay, is smaller and frequented by naturists and gay men. On Hwy. #19 at Mile Marker 71, turn into Puako Village, then right onto old Puako Road.

Beach 69 is much larger and more beautiful, but it is NOT nude. You come to it first. You'll see lots of cars park at the entrance of Waialea Beach 69. To access clothing-optional Beach 67, go about 350 yards more up the roughly paved road to a higher place, then turn right onto the gravel road at telephone pole #67, drive out onward to the bluff, then hiking down to the beach. You can also park under the trees outside the fence around a private house. Nude sunbathing on the small white sand beach hidden by trees, brush.

There is no drinking water at Beach 67, but there is a rustic port-a-potty up at the parking area. So take everything you'll need.

NOTE: Never leave valuables in a parked car in a deserted place. Auto break-ins are very common everywhere in the Hawaiian islands. Some people even leave their windows open to say 'see, there's nothing worth stealing here.'


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Puako, HI 96743

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