The sport of surfing originated in Hawaii. The warm clear waters and consistent waves make Hawaii one of the most ideal surfing locations on the planet. If you're interested in learning how to surf we have a variety of different surf schools that are located on all the major islands. If you want to get a better idea of what the surf lessons we carry are like you should read through some of our blog articles and watch the videos.
I remember the first time I stood up on a wave. It was a sunny day at a break near Oluwalu on Maui. It was in the middle of one of the summertime adventures with my uncle Dennis that were commonplace during my childhood.
The Mokuleia Islands (commonly referred to by locals as "The Mokes") off the eastern shoreline of Oahu are one of the most picturesque locations in the state.
As we were driving to the Big Kahuna Adventures surf lesson I noticed how perfectly glassy the ocean conditions were, I had a suspicion that today was going to be a great day for our lesson.
I grew up doing a bit of surfing in California. I can surf OK, not spectacularly, but I want something a bit more than a beginner surf lesson. Is there anything available for more advanced, or at least 'non-beginner' surfers.
Surfing is such an exciting sport. We have no interest in actually learning to surf but we would like to know where to go on Kauai to watch the surfers ride the big waves?
I'm not a spring chicken anymore (53 years old) and have never learned to surf. I've never taken a lesson before but see that you also include Stand-up Paddling as well as wave surfing.
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