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There are very little naturist resorts in SA and this is possibly the best among them as a resort. Very friendly people. Nice accomodation for a good price. Lovely walk around the perimeter with some wildlife as well. Relaxing pool although sometimes I wish they...More
Had a 2 nights Weekend there and it was terrific! It was a real community spirit all over!
Unfortunately it was too short, would have liked to spent at least a full week there!
I can definitely recommend this place! Hope to be back there...More
Warm, friendly people, good facilities. Nice ambiance, looks and feels like a normal holiday resort except most people do not wear clothes. Nice bar and pool area. Only drawback is that they only allow couples
We have visited Sun Eden twice in March 2015. Just one and half hour's drive from O.R. Tambo International airport in Johannesburg it was our first overnight stop in South Africa. The best to visit is Friday to Sunday when it is busy with many...More
Gauteng: The Easter Naturist Tour: "Absolutely magnificent!"
Date: April 16 - 26, 2010
Reviewer: A TripAdvisor Member, South Africa
We have just returned from a week at the Sun Eden Naturist Resort, and 3 days in Port Elizabeth naturist guest house.The resort is magnificent and...More
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Sun Eden Naturist Hotel Gauteng
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is the venue open to all and is it frequented by pple from all walks of life.
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They have strict rules and regulations at Sun Eden i.e. no photos are allowed to be taken, no staring at people and you have to take your own towel wherever you are sitting. Only couples allowed, no "swinging" allowed, and... More
They have strict rules and regulations at Sun Eden i.e. no photos are allowed to be taken, no staring at people and you have to take your own towel wherever you are sitting. Only couples allowed, no "swinging" allowed, and as far as I know they are not racists- but to keep peace between all; certain individuals (colour wise) are not allowed to be mixed on the premises and if you want to go be prepared for a pure naturist camp- as this is what it is. The staff and other patrons are all friendly.
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