The best place to learn how to surf is Kahalu‘u Beach Park in Keauhou —there are several surf schools in the vicinity that offer private and group lessons, as well as board rentals. Kahalu‘u features easily manageable conditions on the inside, where beginners can get their first taste of standing up on a board or riding the white water. Right and left reef breaks can reach six feet, appealing to both shortboarders and longboarders.
|Lymans, also known as Kamoa Point|
|Surfer enters the water at Banyans.|
From our vantage point above Kailua-Kona, Holualoa Inn offers sweeping vistas of the Kona coastline. You can even check out the surf breaks from our lanai. When you book a stay at our Kona Hawaii bed-and-breakfast inn, our friendly ohana can steer you in the right direction for your surfing safari.
Innkeeper Holualoa Inn