Hawaii

Surfing in Hawaii

Hawaii is the mecca of surfing and a must at some stage for all surf travellers. The North swell surf season runs from October through to May, with peak months being November to March while the shoulder months still bring fun sized waves on the North Shore of Oahu. However the Hawaiian islands are subject to any swell from any direction- which means there is surf there ALL year round- for all surf levels.

On the North Shore, known breaks include Sunset, Pipeline, Rocky Point, Waimea Bay plus many more spots all the way from Turtle Bay down to Makaha. The south shores of the islands are very consistent and almost always have a wave. In fact there are more surf breaks on the south shore than on the north shore. There is surf on all the islands – both Maui and Kauai are popular and are less crowded. Hawaii is a destination where surf of some size will always be available with numerous choices of breaks.

Surf packages feature accommodation ranging from backpackers and condos, to luxury hotels. With travel specials constantly available, Hawaii can be a very good value destination – especially for families, those chargers looking for size as well as those wanting to learn to surf in Hawaii.

Hawaii Surfing Tours

Dramatic ocean views and stunning coastal panoramas. Supremely appointed and casually sophisticated island-inspired rooms and suites.

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Dramatic ocean views and stunning coastal panoramas. Supremely appointed and casually sophisticated island-inspired rooms and suites.

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