North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii is the Surfing Capitol of the World In More Ways then One. Surfing lessons are offered daily in safe small wave coves. In the winter season would be surfers can watch spectacular waves crashing on white sand beaches in safety. Always, always consult a lifeguard or hire a water safety professional guide to keep you safe when entering the ocean on the North Shore of Oahu.
Your first lesson is usually accompanied by some nervousness of the unknown. “Can I do this? Will I be able to stand up? What if I fall?” That’s why an experienced dedicated instructor is key to making your surf experience delightful. With full interactive instruction and coaching on land about the best surf technique, local expertise on the waves and currents, safety review and lots of time for questions, you will enter the water with confidence.
At the end of your lesson your body will be tired but your spirit will be energized and your mind clear. You will soon discover that surfing is like Hawaii. Absolute bliss in paradise.
10 Reason Learning to Surf on The North Shore is Better then Learning to Surf In Waikiki
1. The North Shore is the Surfing Capitol of the World!
2. The waves are better on the North Shore then in Waikiki
3. The beaches on the North Shore are more real, IE not pumped in sand like Waikiki
4. The water is cleaner on the North Shore then in Waikiki
5. The surf and waves are much less crowded on the North Shore then in Waikiki
6. Parking is free on the North Shore IE, there are no parking meters on the North Shore
7. The sunsets on the North Shore are amazing!
8. The North Shore is not over commercialized like Waikiki is.
9. You will learn to surf from real surfer girls
10. A visit to Hawaii is not complete without visiting the North Shore!
By choosing to learn to surf on the North Shore of Oahu you are choosing to learn to surf in the surfing mecca of the world. Every sport has it’s capital, the place in the world where it is practiced at it’s highest level. For surfing it’s the North Shore of Oahu. If you want to learn from the best of the best surfing then go to the best place for surfing, the North Shore!
The North Shore of Oahu is the best place to learn to surf over Spring Break because the waves are the perfect size for beginners and all the pro surfers have left. The North Shore Surf Girls offers surfing lessons daily and especially loves to teach children how to surf. We also teach men, women and high school students how to surf on the North Shore of Oahu. Give us a call and ask about our Hawaii Spring Break 2013 surfing lesson specials.
Every wonder what a surfing lessons on Oahu’s North Shore with the North Shore Surf Girls is like? Watch the short video below and find out. It’s all about fun in the sun, sand and surf in Hawaii!
The surfing community was shocked with the news of Sion Milosky’s passing while surfing giant waves at Mavericks in Norther California on March 16th, 2011. He left behind a beautiful family and a generation of big wave surfers who will forever love and miss him. Sion “died with his boots” on doing what he loved most riding giant waves. Although he died young, he was 35 years old, he will be remembered as one of the greats, like Eddie Aikau, Mark Foo and Todd Chesser. Below are 2 videos. The first one is of his friends paddling out and surfing Pipeline in his memory. It’s hard to truly appreciate how special it is unless you surfed Pipe, but note how young everyone is. The other video is a tribute to Sion and features pictures of him surfing giant waves…..A fund has been established to donate money to his wife and children. Love and condolences to his family…
Click here to make a contribution to Sion Milosky’s Family via paypal.
Pro surfer Andy Irons passed away on November 2, 2010 on his way home from a surfing contest. He was suffering from Dengue Fever and had pulled out of a contest because he was to sick to compete. Andy lived a life most of us can only dream of; traveling the world and surfing perfect waves. He won 3 World Surfing Championships, the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing 4 times and is the only surfer in the world to win events at every stop on the ASP World Tour of Surging. North Shore Surf Girl memories of Andy include watching him pull into barrel after barrel at Pipeline especially Back Door. He was an amazing surfer, super late drops, sick turns and incredible timing. He will be missed by many people. Condolences to his family and close friends.
Andy Irons Tribute from Brian Bielmann from M. Scott Mortensen on Vimeo.
Jack Johnson could be described as the North Shore’s favorite son. He grew up on the beach in front of Pipeline, surfing and playing music with his friends and brothers. When he “hit the big time”, he started giving back to the community by advocating for sustainability. In the process he started organic gardens at Sunset Beach Elementary School and reached out to Hawaii’s children with his Recycle, Reduce & Reuse program. He also is reaching adults with his Kokua Foundation and Festival. When it became known that one could get a pre-sale ticket if they participated in a beach clean up, I marked my calendar and showed up at Goat Island by 9:00AM on the appointed day, there where also clean ups at 3 other locations. The Kokua Foundation Team and Surf Rider Foundation where there to give out supplies and record names. An estimated 300 people showed up on a Saturday morning to volunteer to clean up one of my favorite Summer time surf spots, Maelaekahana Beach. Although, I pick up trash everyday while teaching surfing lessons, I could not but help think what a wonderful lesson Jack was teaching all of us. For […]