Are your customers “sexual adventurists”? If so, a new operator may have just the holidays for them.
Temptation Holidays sells five-star all-inclusive ‘Play’, ‘Party’ and ‘Nude’ land and cruise packages “inspired by sexual lifestyles”.
The holidays feature erotic entertainment, playrooms for “like-minded couples”, clothing-optional pools, naked beach volleyball and pole dancing lessons.
Topless areas, pool parties and lingerie nights also feature.
Four cruises in Europe and the Caribbean, and three hotel packages are currently on offer, and Temptation plans to expand into the LGBT market.
The hotels featured are the Desire Riviera Maya Pearl, Desire Riviera Maya and Temptation Cancun Resort, all in Mexico (image).
Temptation, which launched this week, has been set up by chief executive Peter Stratton, who has 30 years’ experience in travel, and executive director Nina Saini, who has worked as a business consultant in the adult lifestyle sector.
They say they were inspired to launch the company by a growing “sex positive” movement.
“People are a lot more open, happy and willing to discuss what they want out of relationships and sex,” said Stratton. “When we go on holiday we get time to relax and enjoy each other’s company and, if you want, to experiment.”
Guests can engage with as little or as many of the activities as they feel comfortable, Stratton added. Photos and videos are forbidden, as is sexual activity in public areas.
The holidays are available to over-21s and can be sold as flight-inclusive packages or hotel-only and cruise-only. A seven-night hotel package costs around £2,500 excluding flights. Five-night cruises start from £2,000.
Temptation plans to set up an affiliate programme for agents by the end of the year, featuring information such as commission rates and booking terms.
The operator’s Atol licenses it to carry 501 customers.
To sell Temptation’s holidays, agents should register with the operator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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