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2-Hour Small Group Stand-Up-Paddleboarding - SUP - Experience
"An Experience You’ll Always RememberLessons You’ll Never ForgetYour lesson start on the sand with ocean awareness and safety. Then we get you right into the water for a true ocean adventure. No worries our licensed instructors are trained in first aid and lifeguard CPR. Once in the water we show you all the fundamentals of SUP. And if you're an experienced rider then our experienced instructors will help you perfect your SUP wave riding skills. Semi-Private Surfing LessonWhen you and your friends want to go big group stand-up paddle boarding lessons are the only way to go2 Person Minimum Class Size You must book at least 2 Paddlers for this lesson. We do not group together people from different parties so each lesson is private and int"""When you and your friends want to go big
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2-Hour Semi-Private Small Group Surfing Lesson
"An Experience You’ll Always RememberLessons You’ll Never ForgetYour lessons start on the sand with ocean awareness and safety. Then we get you right into the surf for a rush of wind and waves. No worries our licensed instructors are trained in first aid and lifeguard CPR. Once in the water we show you how to read the waves position your take off and the etiquette of wave riding. Whether you’re a one-on-one type or you prefer fun with friends our customized lessons are built to make your adventure on the waves one to remember.Semi-Private Surfing LessonJump into some fun with friends in a group surf session — meant for just two to three — perfectly suited to your group’s abilities""
From $110.00
 
2-Hour Private Stand-Up-Paddleboard Experience
"An Experience You’ll Always RememberLessons You’ll Never ForgetAll Gone Surfing Hawaii lessons start on the sand with ocean awareness and safety. Then we get you right into the water for a true ocean adventure. No worries our licensed instructors are trained in first aid and lifeguard CPR. Once in the water we show you all the fundamentals of SUP. And if you're an experienced rider then our private lessons are the perfect way to perfect your SUP wave riding skills. Private Stand-Up-Paddleboard LessonTry the fun alternative to traditional surfing with a paddle in hand — private stand-up paddleboard lessons are tailo""Try the fun alternative to traditional surfing with a paddle in hand — private stand-up paddleboard lessons are tailored just for you.title=Highlights&1=Small+group+ensures+personal+service&2=Family+friendly&3=Likely+to+Sell+Out&4=Romantic+experience%2C+perfect+for+couples&5=Multiple+times+offered+throughout+the+day
From $140.00

More Local Customs in Honolulu

HOT SPOTS FOR A FEE

BORDERS at 1200 AlaMoana Blvd (Ward Center)you can get a free day pass by asking for the free T-Mobile Handout Advert at the cash register.MacDonald's and Kino's offer it also as does Barnes and Noble...
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thinking
Feb 17, 2005

Merchants lure with free wireless services

Bring your laptop when you come to Hawaii and use the free wireless service not located at your hotel. Here are some of my favorite ones:ABBE BREWSTER COFFEE at 451 PiikoiAPPLE STORE at ALA MOANA...
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thinking
Feb 17, 2005

Learning Hawaiian ways

If you want to spend some of your time in Waikiki learning Hawaiian ways here's a tip. Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center-- they have classes on various skills such as ukelele playing, hula dancing, and...
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katmai
Feb 02, 2005

The importance of the LEI

Don't give someone else your lei direct from your neck... to their neck. That is not done. If you want to "re-gift" a lei... carry it. Don't be wearing it... Some leis can last a long time if they are...
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Hexepatty
Sep 22, 2003

The importance of KEIKI!

Kids are revered in Hawaii. Maybe it's an Asian Thing -- because, naturally, children are adored all over, but no one dotes more on Kids than Asian Cultures... So here in Hawaii, where 60% of the...
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Hexepatty
Sep 22, 2003

Tree Climbing 101, ( part Hawaiian )

Though this may LOOK easy, it does take a certain skill to scale a palm tree like a monkey! DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME ... but if you have to, be sure you touch the highest branch when you get to the...
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TropicGirl77
Aug 22, 2003
 
 
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Fireworks at home on New Year's Eve

Hawaii has always been special on New Year's eve for burning fireworks in the neighborhood. I can remember when I first came to Hawaii in the 70's, when it would be so competitive between neighbors to...
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TropicGirl77
Dec 16, 2002

Many tourists (especially...

Many tourists (especially Japanese ones) are very loud and obnoxious on the Arizona memorial. 1,100 sailors lie entombed below - treat it as a church or other sacred place. The first time I visited...
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nielsmith
Aug 26, 2002

Again, on the north shore...

Again, on the north shore everything is very mellow. Don't make yourself a tourist, just cruise it. Don't feel like you have to take it all in, because the more you stress about it, the less you enjoy...
daveohyeah
Aug 26, 2002

It seems that most of the shop...

It seems that most of the shop assistants are bi-lingual (English and Japanese) due to the high number of Japanese tourists. We were surprised by how much Japanese culture was embraced and encouraged...
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GregJackson
Aug 25, 2002

Nostalgia:<br/><br/>Early aerial...

Nostalgia:Early aerial photograph of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel (circa 1928),original photographer unknown. Postcard by Cool Breeze,printed with permission of Bishop Musuem. Opened in 1927,the Royal...
Hawaii-5-0
Aug 25, 2002

Nostalgia:<br/><br/>Original...

Nostalgia:Original photographer R.J. Baker(circa 1910),postcard by Cool Breeze,printed with permission of Bishop Museum. Area between Honolulu and Waikiki,looking east toward Diamond Head.Wetlands...
Hawaii-5-0
Aug 25, 2002

'Diamond Head Charley,' as...

'Diamond Head Charley,' as John Charles Peterson was nicknamed, was a retired Swedish sailor who had dropped anchor in Oahu in the 1870s and married a native woman. She died in childbirth, but the...
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Tulin
Aug 24, 2002

Hawaii is very relaxed and...

Hawaii is very relaxed and 'Hang Loose' is the motto of all the islands. Everything in Hawaii takes 15 minutes but really takes longer. The locals and tour guides are the nicest people you will ever...
KristinaLMF
Aug 24, 2002

Top Hotels in Honolulu

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2169 Kalia Rd., Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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223 Saratoga Road, P.O. Box 88435, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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2199 Kalia Road, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815-1988, United States
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2586 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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201 Beachwalk St, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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2259 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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Top Things to Do in Honolulu

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Diamond Head

Hiking Diamond Head is one of the great outdoor activities around Honolulu. The hike takes just a few hours and it offers nature, geography, history, an scenic views of the ocean and Honolulu. We...
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Hanauma Bay

Why see the turtles....when you can be one? This exciting adventure leaves you feeling like you belong to the sea. Putting on the snorkelling gear itself is amazing. You do so with a backdrop of white...
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Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbour and especially its WWII plight is so famous that once in Honolulu there is practically no chance of skipping it. The area where the unsalvageable sunken ships were laying was turned into...
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Waikiki Beach

Despite its size, Honolulu’s accommodations are geographically limited. Practically all the lodging is in the Waikiki area which can turn into a blessing for some but a nightmare for others. Even...
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Iolani Palace

Iolani Palace was constructed from 1879 to 1882 as the royal palace of the nation of Hawaii under King David Kal?kaua. It remained the residence of the Hawaiian monarch only until 1893, when the...
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Dole Pineapple Plantation

Here you will find the World's Largest Maze on the Guinness Book of World Records. Also you can take a ride on the Pineapple Express train for a 20-minute train tour. It is narrated and it give you an...
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Top 5 Honolulu Writers

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Onedragon

"Living in Honolulu"
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Hopkid

"Home Away From Home"
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thinking

"THE REAL HAWAII IS HONOLULU"
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csordila

"Waikiki - Number one attraction!"
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Waalewiener

"December 7 1941, A Date That Will Live In Infamy."
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