A Beginner’s Guide to Surfing in Maui

You don’t need to be a pro at these spots

Surfing is one of the best and most local ways to enjoy Maui’s beaches, but if you’re new to the sport, no worries. We have you covered. Here is a guide on where to go if you’re new to surfing.

The Cove

Ideal for those trying surfing for the very first time, The Cove at Kalama Beach Park boasts consistently small waves year round, and comfortably shallow water. Many locals refer to it is a little Waikiki, since it’s often crowded and popular with tourists.

Kaanapali Beach

Even though it’s frequently referred to as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, it also happens to be extremely surf-friendly for surfers of all levels, including novices.

Launiupoko

A family-friendly beginner surf break situated in West Maui, Launiupoko is readily accessible from Honoapiilani Highway. In addition to surfing, you can try also try long boarding and stand up paddle boarding here.

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