Hawaii & USA

Pipeline Beach Cottage - Oahu North Shore

Pipeline Beach Cottage - Oahu North Shore

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Surf Skill

Beginner - Pro

Star Rating

Budget Surf Trip

Price Range

Per person

Season

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

If you want to stay at a beautiful beach house right outside the famous Pipeline, there is no better way than staying at Pipeline Beach Cottage. This beautiful place fits up to 4-5 people and gives you good access to Oahu waves and other activities.
      Sunset Beach House: 4-Bedroom beachfront home

Sunset Beach House - Oahu North Shore

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Surf Skill

Beginner - Pro

Star Rating

Mid-Range

Price Range

Per person

Season

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Stay at the legendary Sunset Beach Hawaii, with great surf and amazing nature at your doorstep. 4-Bedroom Sunset Beach house is a beautiful 4-bedroom property surrounded by lush tropical yard, located right at the beach, near nature, and a short drive from a local historical town, Haleiwa.

Welcome to Turtle Bay Resort!

Turtle Bay Resort - Hawaii

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Surf Skill

Beginner - Pro

Star Rating

Luxury Surf Trip

Price Range

Per person

Season

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

The only resort on Hawaii's famous North Shore, luxury accommodation just moments from Hawaii's best surf.  They have 2 championship golf courses, a new spa facility, and it's own surf school and guiding program run by local surf legend Hans Hedermann.
Shorebreak Hotel - California

Shorebreak Hotel - California

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Surf Skill

Intermediate - Pro

Star Rating

Mid-Range

Price Range

Season

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

If you are looking for a slice of paradise with ocean breezes and sea views, you will find it all and more at the luxurious and fun loving, Shorebreak Hotel.The Shorebreak Hotel offers surfers paradise where you will be able to relax or visit local attractions like Main Street.

Pool - Enjoy splash filled fun at our Orange County Resort pool

Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa

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Surf Skill

Learning - Pro

Star Rating

Luxury Surf Trip

Price Range

Season

January, February, March, April, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, May

Huntington Beach is at the heart of the quintessential surf scene of California, and there’s few better ways to enjoy it than by overlooking the Pacific from the waterfront vista of the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa. Iconic attractions are within easy reach, making this the perfect destination for families or couples looking for a luxe getaway.

The Waterfront Beach Resort - Huntington Beach

The Waterfront Beach Resort - Huntington Beach

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Surf Skill

Beginner - Pro

Star Rating

Luxury Surf Trip

Price Range

Season

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Huntington Beach is at the heart of the quintessential surf scene of California, and there’s few better ways to enjoy it than overlooking the Pacific from the waterfront vista of the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa. Iconic attractions are within easy reach, making this the perfect destination for families or couples looking for a luxe surf getaway with plenty to see.

Region Information

Hawaii - Surfing was first documented here in 1779 but Polynesian people had been surfing here since 400AD. Hawaii is the birthplace of surfing. Initially a sport reserved for royalty, the ancients would move from their winter homes on the north shore, to their summer retreats in the south of the islands to pick up the best waves all year round. Surfing was popularised by Olympic swimmer Duke Kahanamoku in the 1920s, whose statue can be found on Waikiki's waterfront.

Located in the Pacific Ocean, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and Hawaii’s Big Island are the six main islands that create Hawaii and each has its own distinct individuality that entices people for anything from the ultimate honeymoon, to adventure activities, or amazing shopping. You have not made it as a world-class surfer if you have not made it to the North Shore. Look in any international surfing magazine and it will not take you too long to find a picture of a Hawaiian wave. It is a place truly blessed with top quality waves and swell.

USA - The United States of America comprises of 50 states and a federal district. It is situated between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, and is bordered by Canada to the north and Mexico to the south. At nearly 10 million sq. kms and with about 308 million people, the United States is the 3rd largest country by total area and population. The United States of America is a land of multi-cultural diversity which has something for everyone.  There are deserts, mountainous national parks, Alps that will entice you to ski and snowboard, and of course, running down the west coast, is the Pacific Ocean hitting onto some of the world’s best surf spots. The United States is home to some of the most influential surfers ever, including Laird Hamilton famous for his jaw dropping big wave surfing; and Kelly Slater - the 11 times world surfing champion who has got to be the famous surfer in the world.

North America Favourites

Nowhere on earth can boast a higher density of world – class surf breaks within such a short distance than the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. There’s something for everyone on the miracle seven mile stretch including big wave breaks like Waimea, intense tubes like Pipeline and Backdoor, and easy to ride performance waves like Velzyland, Rocky Point and Leilanis. The best time to visit the north shore is between October and March. The best place to stay is Turtle Bay Resort

Go Exploring

If you are travelling with a non-surfing partner or your family, and want to be closer to the 'non-surf' action, it’s best to stay in Waikiki. Here there are plenty of tourist activities and amazing shopping to amuse your travelling companions. You can find surf at the local beaches or hire a car and go cruising the coast. For beginners, there’s no shortage of Learn to Surf operations in the main areas of most of the islands. More people learn to surf on Waikiki's beach than anywhere else in the world.

Hawaii has two distinct seasons, big wave season hits the north shores of all islands from November to April and is produced from the winter storms around Alaska. As there is no land mass between the continent and the islands, the waves grow in strength along their 5000km journey. By summer, the north shore goes flat, and swell picks up on the south shores.

Nowhere on earth can boast a higher density of world – class surf breaks within such a short distance than the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. There’s something for everyone on the miracle seven mile stretch including big wave breaks like Waimea, intense tubes like Pipeline and Backdoor, and easy to ride performance waves like Velzyland, Rocky Point and Leilanis.

Tropical storms around the south pacific send the swell north in the summer, reaching the exposed southern shores from May until October. These waves are not as intense as the winter waves that hit the north shores, but the south coast of Oahu (including Waikiki Beach) and Kauai (Poipu Beach) have particularly favourable conditions for surfing.

Summer temperatures are usually around 25-29°C, with June and July being the driest months. During the winter, the temperature is usually a few degrees cooler, with north westerly winds. Temperatures range from approximately 23-26°C and drop another 10° after the sun goes down.

USA - Being one of the biggest countries in the world, the US also has various climates depending on where you are. California, the most popular destination for surfers in the US, is blessed with warm dry summers. LA County is situated in what is called a ‘Mediterranean’ climate. This type of climate experiences mild reasonably wet winters and warm to hot, mildly humid summers. The weather is generally dry all year round, but can get cool in the winter. Breezes from the Pacific Ocean keep the beach communities cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.

South of LA gets slightly warmer temperatures as you get closer to the equator, and north of LA gets colder.