Tag: Surfing

Waikiki Beach Services: generations of Waikiki Beach Boys

Surf lessons and beach rentals are a major attraction at Waikiki Beach. There are dozens of companies that cater to thousands of Waikiki beachgoers every day. Waikiki Beach Services stands out among those companies for a variety of reasons, not least of which is its deep connection to the world-famous Waikiki Beach Boys and their […]

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Hawaii surf lessons are a safe adventure

Aloha Bruce talked about planning activities for a Hawaii vacation on the latest Hawaii Vacation Connection Podcast, and he highlighted the importance of having an adventure. He urged visitors to “get out of your comfort zone” and plan at least one activity that they wouldn’t otherwise consider. One of his suggestions was to take Hawaii […]

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5 Reasons To Visit Hawaii in January

Thinking of visiting Hawaii in January? Read this first! From mid-December through the first week in January, visitors flock to the islands. And, it’s no surprise why — when the rest of the mainland is freezing, we have what everyone is looking for: A respite from the cold.  But, when the kids get back to […]

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North Shore Oahu Waves: How To Find the Best Surf (All Levels!)

You’ve probably heard of the famous North Shore Oahu Waves – but do you know where to find the best surf on Oahu?  Different levels of surfers need different types of waves. Luckily, the waves vary dramatically between various areas of the island.  So, before you make your visit, make sure you know where and […]

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What to Expect at Sandy Beach on Oahu

At Oahu’s southeastern tip is Sandy Beach, with a popular shorebreak famous for its size and raw power. Locals love “Sandy’s” for its waves and easy accessibility, and visitors are attracted to its broad, white sands and crystal clear water.  Two lifeguard towers, freshwater showers, bathroom facilities, expansive grass fields, and nearby food trucks make […]

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Viewing Summer Swells on Oahu’s South Shore

During the winter months, or more accurately from November through March, Oahu’s North Shore gets top billing as the center of the surfing universe. And rightly so. But at the other end of Earth’s orbit, during the summer months, Oahu’s South Shore quietly lights up with swell without attracting the many hundreds of mainland and […]

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