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Hawaii Surfing Photos

Boogie Boarding, Board Surfing and Windsurfing Photos

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While baseball, basketball, football and ice hockey may dominate the sports scene on the mainland, there is but one dominant sport in Hawaii - surfing. Whether it's boogie boarding, board surfing or windsurfing, you're likely to see at least one, if not more people enjoying these sports at any beach in Hawaii.

Three of the most well-known spots for surfing in Hawaii are the North Shore and Waikiki Beach on Oahu and Ho'okipa Beach Park on the North Shore of Maui.

We've put together collections of photos at all of these locations. The easiest way to view these photos is to start with the first photo and click your way through each collection using the next photo link underneath each photo. We hope that you enjoy our Hawaii Surfing Photos.

Banzai Pipeline - 'Ehukai Beach Park - Oahu

Located on Oahu's North Shore, the Banzai Pipeline is one of the most exciting surfing spots on earth. The Banzai Pipeline is the site for one of the three events in the annual Vans Triple Crown of Surfing held each November and December. Our photos were taken in early November when the waves were good, but not as high as they are found later in the winter. View the photos.

Haleiwa Alii Beach Park - North Shore, Oahu

Haleiwa is the first town that you come to when you drive to Oahu's North Shore through Central Oahu. The Haleiwa Alii Beach Park is the site of the first events in both the men's and women's competion in the annual Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. As indicated on the official site of the Vans Triple Crown, "the break at Haleiwa features a fast ride that peels off over coral reef, allowing a full spectrum of maneuvers." View the photos.

Ho'okipa Beach Park - Maui

The best place in Hawaii to observe windsurfers is at Ho'okipa Beach Park on Maui's North Shore. Located just a couple of miles each of Paia, on a windy day you'll see some of the best windsurfers in the world. View the photos.

Waikiki Beach - Oahu

Waikiki Beach is almost without question the most famous beach in the world. The surf at Waikiki is relatively tame most of the year. It is an excellent place for beginner surfers. One of the most popular areas of Waikiki is the area around the Kapahulu Pier at the Diamond Head end of Waikiki. Most weekend mornings and weekdays after school, you'll find hundreds of locals boogie boarding near the end of the pier. It's really fun to watch. View the photos.

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