For some, a dream vacation is a luxurious resort. For others, it may be lying around naked surrounded by sand dunes and kangaroos, on a stretch of unspoiled beach on the coast of Australia. If the latter option sounds like paradise, you won't find a better place than Sunland Village. This rustic camping resort on 100 hectares in South Australia has just under a mile of private oceanfront, where you can swim naked all day before retiring to your campsite at night. Kangaroos, wombats, emu, and echidna are regular visitors to the resort, so guests can commune with nature, au naturel. It also boasts a spa, sauna, kitchen, and clubhouse for when you want a small taste of civilization.