The trips will take pleasure-seekers to non-judgemental resorts in Mexico, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean
Carnally-minded travellers will now have the opportunity to broaden their horizons even further as a new travel agency is launching a range of tantalising tours.
— TemptationHolidays (@TemptationHols) August 9, 2017
“Temptation Holidays is a new and unique travel company, inspired by sexual lifestyle. We are a sex-positive company and strong supporters of sensual wellbeing,” the agency describes itself.
“In these days of sexual fluidity, we wanted to create a travel company that embodied sex and body positivity in a private and safe environment. Places where people could travel to and be themselves with no judgement, whilst enjoying beautiful locations and first-class service,” said Peter Stratton, CEO of Temptation Holidays, on the company’s blog.
The tours are divided into three categories based on the level of “adult” involved in the activities. The Party tours refer to resorts and cruises that have a lively and vibrant party atmosphere while featuring topless optional areas.
The Nude category describes holidays offering designated clothing optional areas, and Play tours are holidays where couples have the opportunity to explore sexuality with their partner or with other open-minded couples.
— TemptationHolidays (@TemptationHols) March 25, 2018
The company emphasises that everything included in the holiday packages is completely optional and that to protect customers’ privacy all areas are strictly camera free.
The agency has also issued a rulebook that clarifies what is allowed and what is prohibited.
Customers are required to refrain from sexual activities in public areas, from taking pictures or videos, and in topless and clothing optional holidays, all guests are asked to wear appropriate attire to restaurants and other designated places.
— TemptationHolidays (@TemptationHols) October 24, 2017
While the atmosphere is open-minded, the guests should also respect and remember the golden rule: no means no.
The final rule stops customers from encouraging staff members to get involved as they are forbidden to interact intimately or even to drink with guests.