FLOAT NAKED'S GUIDE TO OAHU
5 essentials to pack for a trip to Oahu?
Oahu is very casual so it makes packing a breeze. I always bring a swimsuit (most importantly!), big sun hat, a pair of flat sandals (ones that will take you from day to night), a couple of beach dresses, and our Outrigger Float (inspired by Oahu!).
Where’s the best breakfast in town?
During our morning walk around Diamond Head, we always stop for an acai bowl at a long-time local favorite, Da Cove Health Bar. If we need a little energy boost to finish the walk, Sunny Day's, just next door, makes a mean coffee.
Where's your favorite beach to float?
Lanikai Beach on the East Side of Oahu is a total dream spot for floating. The water is perfectly turquoise and it's usually low-tide which is always a plus!
Best place for a post-beach lunch?
Nalu Cafe is our go-to after a day spent at Lanikai Beach. We love the Ahi Tuna Wrap or the Rainbow Salad, but you really can't go wrong here.
We hear Shaved-Iced is a MUST when you visit Hawaii. Where should we go to try it?
Island Snow in Kailua and Matsumoto's on the North Shore (don't let the line scare you away, it moves fast!)
Where should we stay?
Surf Jack Hotel.
Can we shop Float Naked locally on Oahu?
Yes! We have 2 incredible boutiques carrying our floats: Diamond Head Beach House and San Lorenzo.