Naturist couple love to travel the world naked – from beaches to farms

A naturist couple love to travel the world naked from beaches to farms.

Nick and Lins De Corte regularly share holiday pictures which show them eating, drinking, cycling, camping and enjoying the views – all in the nude.

The Belgian couple, in their 30s, discovered naturism after they met 12 years ago and later turned to full-time travel blogging.

But because social media has strict nudity policies they often need to make sure what they are posting follows the rules, MirrorOnline reports.

They do this by cropping photos or strategically putting objects such as beer cans in certain positions so it adheres to the guidelines.

The pair, from the city of Ghent, document their travels on their blog Naked Wanderings and their Instagram page.

Their pictures show them sitting on tractors, visiting restaurants and beaches, enjoying hillside views and playing mini golf.

And the bloggers are now looking at starting a social media platform for naturists.

A recent picture shows them enjoying wine at a naturist camp site in France.

Another shows Lins pointing towards a sign, written in French, which says "here you can eat all naked”.

The couple got into naturism after visiting a spa centre in Belgium years ago, where nudity was compulsory.

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Nick told CNN Travel: "We went there, it was a great experience.

“We went there again and again, and after several times, we started exploring other options – with social nudity, with naturism – and that's how we discovered naturist clubs, naturist campgrounds, activities, events, and just rolled more and more into naturism.”

They say they want to debunk myths around the lifestyle.

Nick said people have many misconceptions, mostly about sex and that naturism is only for old people.

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He insisted two people can be naked together without having any sexual contact, although often people do not think it is possible.

Earlier this year, they were stuck in Mexico until July as they could not get flights back to Europe during the coronavirus pandemic.

But they tried to find a positive side to the situation.

Nick said: "We were three months in, I would say, semi-lockdown."

Lins added: "But it wasn't that bad. We had a nude beach."

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Their Instagram account now has more than 28,800 followers, which they had to rebuild from scratch since their origin

al profile was shut last year.

Nick said: "In the beginning people asked us, 'How are you ever going to find a job again? Your naked butt has been in the newspapers.'

“But whatever, if somebody doesn't want to give us a job just because of that, it's probably not a company where we want to work.”

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