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Tapping into a 'bare' market

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Breezes Grand Negril in Negril, Jamaica and Breezes Rio Bueno on Jamaica’s north coast between Falmouth and Discovery Bay have tapped into the growing nude recreation ("nakation") market with a new four-night Bare Bones package, starting at $900 per person, double.

The way Breezes sees it, au naturel guests will save on checked-baggage fees, as a carry-on bag should be sufficient for a tube of toothpaste and sunscreen.

Guests will be free to enjoy a clothes-free vacation in one of 44 au naturel private beachfront accomodations at Breezes Grand Negril or in one of the 52 beachfront suites with 24-hour room service at Breezes Rio Bueno.

Both resorts offer a full-service Blue Mahoe Spa where each Bare Bones booking includes a complimentary full body wax and and a post-sunburn aloe wrap.

Rates are all-inclusive, tipping is not permitted and only golf clubs, carts and caddies carry additional fees.

-- Gay Nagle Myers


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