Are you a lover of surfing or a tourist who loves checking out the beautiful work of nature? How about getting a memorable surfing experience in the historic home of surfing – the island of Hawaii?
A Little Hawaii Surfing Story
The history of surfing in Hawaii dates back to the 4th century A.D. when the Polynesians entered the Hawaiian island and introduced most of their customs including ancient surfing. It was also in records that surfing on longboards while standing started in Hawaii. Surfing is part of the Hawaiian culture.
Most of the Hawaiian chants contain the use of surfing boards. Chants were also made to the gods to make big waves and also courage for men who are to ride on those waves. Although surfing was mainly enjoyed by the noble, the sport was almost extinct until it was revived in 1907 by 4 surfing lovers (one Hawaiian; George Freeth and three American; Jack London, Alexander Ford Hume and Ford). Jack London wrote about surfing and the rest was history.
The Exceptional Surfing Experience
Aside from the many mind-blowing sights like the beautiful waterfalls, twilight volcano, botanical gardens, rainforest, and the unique star constellation, surfing in Hawaii is one of the major experiences tourists look out for on this amazing island. Either as a beginner or as a pro surfer, there are different amazing spots for you. Beginners can also take surfing lessons from one of the surfing clubs in Hawaii or you can be a part of one of the very many surf camps.
Some surfing lessons that might interest you include:
- Group Surf Lesson: Two Hours of Beginners’ instruction in Kihei.
- Maui Surf School Surfing Lesson in Lahaina.
- Surfing-Open Group Lessons- Waikiki, Oahu.
- Kauai Learn to Surf Semi-Private Lesson.
- Group Surf Lesson in Lahaina.
- Private 2- hours Surfing Lessons in Honolulu.
- Paddle, Snorkel and learn to Surf-All in a day on Maui.
- Semi-private Stand-Up Paddle Lesson for 2-3 people.
- Private Surf Lesson for Two near Lahaina.
- Group Surf Lesson in Kona Hawaii.
Hawaii has beautiful natural spots for surfers as well as spectators. These natural surfing spots would leave you with memorable experiences.
Some of these spots include;
- Waikiki, South Shore of Oahu.
- Peahi, North Shore of Maui
- Sunset Beach, North Shore of Oahu
- Diamond Head, South Shore of Oahu
- Pipeline, North Shore of Oahu
- Hanalei Bay, North Shore of Kauai
- Chun’s Reef, North Shore of Oahu
- Sandy Beach, South Shore of Oahu
- Pounder Beach, East side of Oahu
- Waimea Bay, North Shore of Oahu
As a tourist or a surfer outside the United States and what to be a part of the unforgettable Hawaiian surfing experience, you can get you your visa online through EVUS. What is EVUS? EVUS means Electronic Visa Update System.
EVUS is a computerized data system that has been adopted and enforced by the Customs and US Border Protection to determine those who are qualified to enter into the United States for business or pleasure and would only be staying for a while. EVUS is aimed at increasing border security by identifying visitors before they enter the United States.
With a US Visa, you can visit amazing places like Hawaii or the beautiful national parks of the US like Zion and Bryce National Park. For something more otherworldly, visit Death Valley in California!
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