North Shore Oahu Surf Sunsets

1305, 2017

2017 Children’s Learn to Surf Camp North Shore Oahu

By |May 13th, 2017|Surf Happenings, Uncategorized|0 Comments


CAMP Dates: Weekly from May 29 – August 3, 2017

Camp Days: Mon, Tues , Wed & Thur

Camp Hours: 9-11 AM

Ages: 10 – 17

Cost: $312

ABOUT THE CAMP: Our CPR, AED and lifeguard certified surf instructors will teach surfing to all levels, surf etiquette, ocean safety and awareness.. We offer a minimum 5:1 ratio but give one on one attention where we see fit and depend on the student and parent to express their concerns and expectations. We spend most of our time in the water but spend some time on the beach teaching too, our goal is to encourage all campers to learn water skills and become strong waterman and lifelong surfers.

WHAT TO BRING: lunch, snacks, bottle water, towel, hat, sunscreen and bathing suite. We provide long sleeve surf shirts and all surfing equipment.

For booking and questions please call us at 1 – 808-637-2977 or send an email vial our website.

Warmest Aloha,
North Shore Surf Girls

1208, 2009

Hawaiian Surfers are the Happiest!

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1207, 2009

Summer Surfing Lessons on the North Shore

By |July 12th, 2009|Summer Surfing Lessons on the North Shore, Surf Happenings|0 Comments

303, 2009

North Shore Sunsets are Best in November

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1602, 2009

All about Waimea Bay and Valley on the North Shore of Oahu

By |February 16th, 2009|About Waimea, Surf Happenings|0 Comments

Waimea Bay and Waimea Valley is one of my most favorite places in the world!`Located in the Moku of Waialua, it is the only complete Ahupua’a on the island of Oahu that is preserved. An ahupua’a is the name Hawaiians use to describe a track of land, but it’s much more then that, it also represents a style of land management that follows the flow of the water from the mountains to the sea.

Waimea Bay’s beautiful white sand beach is one of the largest and deepest beaches in the Hawaiian Islands and a great place to swim and snorkel in the Summer months. It is also a Marine Life Conservation District. On the West end of the bay the famous Jump Rock which you can jump off of if your brave! There is also a hole at the base that you can swim through.

In the Winter months when the surf is up Waimea Bay features one of the most dangerous and deadly rip currents in the world. So much so that Jump Rock name is changed to Death Rock ! If you must go in the water during […]