Where to take your Kini – Hawaii

Here at Kiniswimwear we are always looking forward to our next holiday… and what better place to take your Kini than beautiful Hawaii! To inspire Hawaii goers, we have come up with our Top 5 Kini travel tips!
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Tip 1: Take your Kini paddle boarding!
Paddle boarding is a great way to see Hawaii’s perfect coastline with the added bonus of being a great core workout! Paddle boarding costs as little as $40-60 for 24hours – depending on where you do it!


Tip 2. Take your Kini to visit some of Hawaii’s smaller islands!
Fun fact of the day – Hawaii is made up of 8 main islands and is the only American state not located within the USA.  The main island (or Big Island) while beautiful can be a little touristy, so take a short boat ride to one of the smaller Hawaiian Islands like Lana’i and Ni’ihai for a more chilled feel

Lana’i (Hawaii)

Tip 3. Take your Kini to lunch at Bills Restaurant (Waikiki, Hawaii)
Hawaii grows pineapples, sugar cane, watermelons and dragon fruit among other tasty treats and you can try them all at Bills Restaurant while enjoying an ocean view. Bill's Restaurant - Waikiki, Hawaii

Bill’s Restaurant – Waikiki, Hawaii

Tip 4. Take your Kini snorkelling
Hawaii has plenty of beautiful coral reefs to visit! Go looking for Nemo and other tropical fish in some of the worlds best kept snorkelling locations! Mauna Beach, and Kahaluu Beach Park (Big Island) are great places to start!

Tip 5. Take your Kini on an adventure – Cliff Jump!
For those who are a little adventurous we suggest jumping off one of the many safe cliff jumping spots across hawaii! Some of the best spots include Spitting Cave in Honolulu, Raging Falls in Maui, and Bamboo Forest Maui!Spitting Cave, Honolulu

Spitting Cave, Honolulu

Hawaii’s stunning beaches, fresh local food, diverse natural scenery, and charming locals make Hawaii a must see, bucket list location for you and your Kini!
Contributed by: Camille Bergman

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