Hawaii, the isolated volcanic archipelago in the Central Pacific is home to some of the world’s most famous surf breaks. You are bound to find surf anytime of the year. In the Wintertime, head to the North shores. In Summer, head to the South shores. With the many surf spots that the islands of Hawaii have to offer, beginners and experts can surely find the perfect waves for their experience levels. As the birthplace of surfing, its renowned rugged landscapes of cliffs, waterfalls, Mai Tai’s, tropical foliage, humpback whales, volcanos, and flower-scented tradewinds, Hawaii is truly a surfer’s paradise.
You definitely live on planet Mars if you have never heard of the famous surf spots on the 4 popular Hawaiian Islands.
Oahu Surf Breaks: Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach Banzai Pipeline, Waikiki, Haleiwa, Makaha, Ala Moana, Diamond Head, Makapu’u
Maui Surf Breaks: Ho’okipa, Honolua Bay, Peahi (Jaws), Kanaha, Olowalu, Ma’alaea Harbor
Kauai Surf Breaks: Hanalei Bay, Lemon Drops, Anahola Bay, Ha’Ena Bay, Poipu Outer Reef
Hawaii (Big Island) Surf Breaks: Kawaihae, Hapuna Bay, Banyans, Kolekole, Pohoiki, South Point, Honoli’i
Hawaii is home to a number of famous female surfers. Here’s our list of the top Hawaiian surfer girls.