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Surf spots near Kalani, Big Island« on: January 15 2007 22:01:00 »
Hi! I am planning to do some yoga training in Kalani, on the Big Island, hawaii. My fiance wants to come along provided he can surf. Is there any place near Kalani that is surfable. He an intermediate surfer. If not in Kalani what would be the nearest spots? namaste, jessica
RE: Surf spots near Kalani, Big Island« Reply #1 on: January 16 2007 08:01:00 »
Jessica, if you just type in something like "Surfing the big Island Hawaii" say in Yahoo or whatever you will get lots of info. :)
RE: Surf spots near Kalani, Big Island« Reply #2 on: April 16 2007 16:04:00 »
Do you mean Kalani Honua? If so there is a surf spot called Pohoiki (Isacc Hale Beach Park) right down the road.
RE: Surf spots near Kalani, Big Island« Reply #3 on: April 25 2007 15:04:00 »
my wife and i are planning a trip to hawaii for our 10 year anniversery. what island or place has good places to stay and good surf where i could rent a surfboard. the waves do not have to be too big. i like chest to head high surf.
RE: Surf spots near Kalani, Big Island« Reply #4 on: April 26 2007 05:04:00 »
There is always the Royal Hawaiian on Waikiki. Sit on a chaise lounge under a pink and white striped umbrella on your own roped off section of the beach while the valet brings you a Mai Tai and you watch the scene around you. Not a bad way to play. Maui is hot with the tourists. Kauai is the Garden isle and there can be absolutely no complaints while staying on the south shore for the night life,(such as it is) or the views at Hanalei Bay. Count 'em, thirty five waterfalls coming down Mt Waialeale. Either rent a house on Weke Rd or stay in Princeville.
Oahu is where the action is, the big island is where the volcano is, Maui has Haleakala. Kauai is a dream and the Na Pali coast is a visual picnic. Best of luck to you on your anniversary.
RE: Surf spots near Kalani, Big Island« Reply #5 on: April 26 2007 06:04:00 »
See Tom? This is what I'm talking about when I say travel. Waves at each spot he mentioned and LOTS of things to do while out of the water.