Winter time in Hawaii is from about the middle of November to March. These months usually have high surf and the ocean conditions are not good for swimming. We understand that when you come to Hawaii, you are looking for adventures, including swimming and snorkeling in Hawaii’s Pacific Ocean, as these are things which you cannot experience in your town. Well the ocean conditions are much calmer as winter in Hawaii is over.
So what are a few of the best experiences you can have while in Hawaii?
- Snorkeling. This is suitable for almost everyone older than 5 years old
2. Surf Lessons. Don’t worry. A surf lesson uses a very large surf board, which help to make it very easy to ride a small wave. Your instructor will give you a little push to get to the wave, so that you most likely will be able to stand up and enjoy a ride on a Hawaiian wave! You should try surfing at one of the surfing capitals of the world.
3. Stand Up Paddle Lesson (SUP). This is getting more and more popular and quite a bit easier than it looks. Enjoy the calm water and the ocean view from a large stand up paddle board.
We had a private snorkeling tour yesterday. As I mentioned at first, the Ocean condition during winter can be a but rough. We know of and take people to a few good places to jump in the water. However yesterday the waters proved to a perfect day for snorkeling! So the guests on our tour were able to enjoy one of the best snorkeling spots on the North Shore. It was so amazing! The water was very calm, and visibility was okay. We spent 2 hours in water, swam a mile and enjoyed the salt water. We met three sea turtles, one of them swam beside us the whole way to another beach. We saw a lot of fish and even spotted an eagle ray.
One of Honus, or the Hawaiian green sea turtles we met yesterday was enjoying the water with us, he was very calm and moved slowly for us to enjoy him and let us near him.
On this 8 hours private tour, we tasted local coffee and chocolate tea at Waialua coffee farm, we visited Dole Plantation to see how pineapples grow, saw beautiful Australian rainbow eucalyptus trees and tasted fresh pineapple and pineapple ice cream. If you have kids, there is pineapple train which goes around the dole plantation farm to see different kinds of tropical fruits trees, such as banana, papaya.
And of course there isTurtle Beach, the ever so Popular garlic shrimp lunch, shave ice, acai bowl and surf shops at historic Haleiwa town.
On the way to your hotel, you get to just sit back and relax, and enjoy the relaxation of the fun day. We drive safely to get you to your hotel :). If you have any questions or suggestions of Hawaii things to do or what to do, what to eat, just ask your guide. We are happy to help you to enjoy your vacation any way possible!
Private tour starts $450 per group
Small group tour (limited to only 5 per instructor.) North Shore beach snorkeling tour MAY to SEP starts $69 per person
Small group tour (limited for only 11 per tour.) North Shore Tour with surf lesson and stand up paddle rental $199 per person
or just want to rent snorkeling gear? We are located on the corner of Kamehameha Hwy and Waimea Valley Road (Behind a Waimea bay bus stop–from Haleiwa to Kahuku) & Open 8am to 4pm MAY to SEP
Any questions are welcome. If you have any question about Hawaii, let us help you! We are locals that know our way around.
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