Nothing is better than letting loose and catching a few waves! The travel agents at Brentwood Travel can help you take advantage of the waves by planning an exciting trip to Hawaii. Use this guide to figure out which beaches you should visit during your Hawaiian surfing adventure:
This beloved beach is located in Maui’s North Shore. Surfers love this spot because of its strong right point structure that creates unbelievable waves. These waves come and go, so it is important to know what you are doing when they finally do arrive. While you may not have a full day of surfing in Honolua, you certainly will not forget whatever waves you do catch while surfing there!
Head over to Oahu to experience some of the famous surfing found on the North Shore. Sunset Beach is known for being one of Oahu’s longest sand beaches thanks to its impressive two-mile length. This beach tends to be pretty relaxed throughout the year, but produces waves between fifteen and twenty feet in height during the winter months.
If you are looking for more of a challenge, bring your surfboard to Velzyland Beach in Oahu’s North Shore. Velzyland features sharp reef and other hazards that create a serious distraction, making this spot most appropriate for highly skilled surfers. If your skill levels are not advanced enough for this course, you can still enjoy watching other surfers try their luck.
Start your exploration of the stunning South Shore in Oahu by checking out Canoes Beach! This spot offers a steady stream of waves that can help you have a great day of surfing. If you are lucky, you may experience a few bigger waves to test your skills and help you become more advanced.
Brentwood Travel can help you experience all of these beaches and more. Discover the perks of working with our travel agency by checking us out online. Contact us at (314) 439-5700 for more facts about our St. Louis travel company.
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