Maui Surf Guide


Our Maui Surf Guide has all the information you need to find great waves while you're on Maui. Our listings have pictures, video, maps live surf forecasts and more. If you would like to catch some waves when you're on Maui this resource should prove to be invaluable to you.




Maui Surf Spots

Honolua Bay is Maui's most popular surf spot. When you see it breaking on a good day you'll know why. This right hand point break peels from the far outside of the bay forming a long wall with multiple barrel sections.

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Hookipa is Maui's premiere North Shore surfing location. The wintertime waves are normally very large and the surfers that you'll see here are some of the best on the island.

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If you're lucky enough to be on Maui when the waves are large enough, you could go see the famous big wave surfing spot "Jaws". The waves that break here can be larger then fifty feet tall.

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The Lahaina Breakwall is located on the south side of the Lahaina Harbor's boating channel. On most days you will see groups from the local surf schools conducting their lessons on the inside right.

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Lahaina Harbor's lefts and rights are the two most high performance summer waves on the west side of the island. The crowd here is generally filled with some of the top talent in the area, and if you're not an experienced surfer you might want to stick to spectating.

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Oluwalu is a fun place to surf. It's bottom is made up of a mix of sand, rocks and small patches of reef which makes it a much more forgiving break then many of the other razor sharp reefs that cover the island.

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