Guided Surfing Adventure
Go beyond a typical surf lesson. Our guides will take you to the best breaks for your skill level. We will paddle out with you and give helpful tips to advance your surfing abilities.
If you have already done the typical surf lesson, then this adventure is for you!
If you already know how to surf and you are ready to take your surfing to the next level, this adventure is for you! Our guide will take you to a spot suitable to your surf experience and give you valuable tips to improve your surfing ability.
What to expect
Please be aware this is not a typical surf lesson, this is a surf experience! We will not be covering the basics. We will help you catch waves by teaching you how to read the waves in order to better determine on your position in the lineup and when to paddle for the wave. We will also help you improve your turning ability and increasing your speed on the wave. Most importantly, this is an opportunity for you to practice.
For our advanced surfers, you will have the opportunity to surf the best spots at the best time of day. Our job is to keep you safe and minimize risk. Some surf breaks host crowds that are hostile to surfers without proper surf etiquette or to surfers that they don’t know. If you rip, you won’t have that problem. Breaks are typically more crowded in the morning and your chances of catching waves are limited.
If you would like to include surf lessons, there will be an additional cost.
How to book
Phone: 808-780-1253 (call or text)
Surf board (based on your size and ability)
Sun protection (rash guard, sunscreen)
Towel & Extra clothing
You are encouraged to bring your own board. We have longboards and shortboards available. You may also rent boards from local vendors.
Cancellation Policy and Collection and Liability:
Guided Surf Trips cancelled within 48 hours are non-refundable. Payment will be collected prior to the reservation. You will be required to sign a liability waiver prior to surfing. As with any water activity, there are associated risks that must be considered.
For children under 18 years of age, parents must sign a liability waiver for their child, and give authority in writing to the Guide (by name) authorizing the guide to check into medical facility to seek medical aid if required. Please provide a copy of medical insurance card and copy of ID. Emergency contact must be listed.
Things to Bring and Warning:
Pack light! Have a dry set of cloths. Bring a rash guard or wetsuit top, extra wax, sunscreen, cash, identification, and towel.
Please avoid bringing full-body wetsuits. You won’t need a full body wetsuit unless medically required. The water temperature in Hawaii is about 75 degrees throughout the year.
Please do not bring your passport!
Avoid bringing backpacks or bags. Theft has been known to occur in some areas. Thieves will be looking for easy targets, such as unattended bags within vehicles. Please help us minimize the risk of thievery.