The Frequently Asked Question and Answers here are only my opinion.
I could be wrong.
Hint: It's not just the resort or how much parting you did.
Read the trip reports. Ask the people that have been there. Visit all the web sites. They all say one thing in common. It is the people that they met and the new friends they made.
If you go to Hedo and sit by yourself or wait for someone to talk with you, forget-about-it, your wasting your hard-earned money. Go to a local bar and get drunk, you will have as much fun...
But, if you introduce yourself and get to know people, you will have the time of your life and you too can be hooked on Hedo.
See the above answer.
The Hedo bus (The bus from Hell) gets a undeserved bad reputation. But in fact, everyone should ride it at least once. The bus ride is a great way to see some of the Jamaican people and landscape. Several time we have make friends during the ride (some thing about a dramatic experience that binds people together). And best of all, its free.
I would avoid the Prude side all together, if possible (even the Prude ocean view disappointing) . The nude side rooms are newer and generally quieter. Nude ocean view great, but nude garden view is really just as nice and cheaper.
Last year (9/1998) a group of us were sitting in the hot tub and someone brought up the subject of Butt chugs. No one had ever seen one but we have all had read about then in the book, The Naked Truth About Hedonism II by Chris Santilli, so we all tried one. It turn out to be allot of fun and was one of the high lights of last year. Thus born Butt Chuggers Anonymous!
Simply go with our group to Hedo and have a good time and maybe do a Butt Chugg or two. The members section of this web site is just a collection of previous years BCA photo albums (i.e. family album just rated R).
To get information on ordering a copy of the book, check out the Books and Music page.
It is no secret, Hedo is one this group's destinations. In my experience, they are pretty harmless and fun to watch. The majority of swingers respect the non-swinging group. If you have an unwelcome solicitation, respectfully say "No Thanks". NO means NO by their own rules.
If this is your first time to Hedo, you have most likely found out by now that there is a nude side of the resort "Nude side" and a clothed side of the resort "Prude side". It is not unusual to find couples that have very different opinions on this subject (Nudism). The one thing I can tell you is, give it a try before you pass judgement on it.
Here are some great articles for further reading, (click on the underlined links) "I have met the nudist, and it is me!" by Leslie Nicoll and Mid-life Crisis of Nudity/Naturism or "Hey Lady! Wanna get naked?" By W. David Goines