Parading around in the buff is not something for which South Africans are renowned; we tend to be a more reserved culture by nature - unlike the French island of Ile-du-Levant, off the Mediterranean coast - you're not likely to get a fine if you wear clothes on the beaches here.
But we also have one of the most liberal constitutions in the world and we're not going to stand in the way of those wanting to 'go bare'. After all, naturism is one of the oldest pastimes in Europe, and in South Africa we like to think that naturism has moved beyond Sandy Bay, our unofficial nudist beach on the Atlantic Seaboard.
The great thing about naturism is that naturists like you just as you are - no more need to cover up your less than ideal body parts because they don't fit the mould of the perfect figure. And children take to the idea like ducks to water. Despite the more sensitive soul's notion that nudity means amorality, naturists' mission is to promote the enjoyment of a clothes-free environment.