California consists of 840 miles of beautiful coastline, with every type of surf break imaginable. There are endless sandbars, reefs, points, slabs, and even bigger wave spots. If you are looking to elevate your game or expand your horizon, there is nothing better for your surfing than adventuring to a high quality wave and having an experienced coach show you the ropes. We pick you up, teach you about the new spot, coach you, and share our favorite cafes and shops with you!
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Surf Trip Hawaii
The Hawaiian archipelago is comprised of eight islands, the island of Hawaii (Big Island) is our favorite! The Big Island air and water temp average in the 80 F range at the beaches with mainly reef break but some beach breaks (sand bottom) as well. The best part about most islands is that there are always waves somewhere! Depending on the time of year, swell commonly comes from different directions, if more or less swell all you have to do is drive to a different facing shore. The Big Island is significantly less populated making it not uncommon to be one only a few, or the only person in the water at some spots. Always approach the surf and locals with respect as you are a guest and conditions can be dangerous if you are unfamiliar and uninformed. Some of our favorite points of interest aside from the surf spots are "Hawaii Volcanoes National Park", "Mauna Kea Observatory", "City of Refuge", Pololu Valley, Hilo Farmers Market, Akaka Falls, and Red Road. Hawaii is the largest island in Polynesia and the United States, it continues to grow thanks to the three active volcanoes (Kilauea, Mauna Loa, and Hualalai). Extreme climates exist on this island, making it on of the most ecologically diverse places in the world. Hawaii island contains "Arid and Semi-Arid", "Tropical Rainy", "Warm Temperate Rainy", and "Polar" zones, which is four of the five major climate zones that exist on earth. The Big Island also has the two tallest (when measured from their base at the sea floor), both Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa rise above 31,000 feet and have a polar tundra climate at their summits. The east, northeast, and southeast, mid-elevation south, southwest, and northern parts of the island consist of rain forest or "Continuously Wet Warm Temperate Climate". The lower elevation areas of the west, and northwest have a "Hot Desert" climate and more sunshine most of the time. The northern coast consists of eleven valleys (most with waterfalls) and is considered a "Wet Tropical" climate with excess of 300 inches of rain in some areas. The island of Hawaii will leave you breathless with it's beauty, diversity, and uncrowded surf!