VIP Private Surf Group
Two hour exclusive surf school
Surfing is a great way to enjoy the waves and ocean, whether you’re on vacation or just out for a day trip. But if you’ve never surfed before, it can be a bit daunting. That’s where our surf lessons come in! We offer semi-private surf lessons for 2-3 people of all skill levels. Whether you’ve never stepped foot on a surfboard before or you’re a seasoned veteran, our flexible surf lesson programs are designed to get you out there having a great time. And because our surf lessons are semi-private, you’ll get the benefit of individualized attention from your instructor. We guarantee you’ll have a blast.
A safe way to learn to surf
All gear included
Groups of 3-5
We are the only Native Hawaiian Surf School with professional Hawaiian lifeguards and watermen serving Kailua-Kona since 1998. You will be a part of an exclusive private group of 3-6 surfers with 2-3 private lifeguards at Kahalu’u Beach Park. Our Hawaii lifeguard Surf Instructors are Trained and Certified by the American Red Cross. Classes start with a 10 minute classroom surf school instruction then up to 2 hours surf school water time at Kahalu’u Bay (return surfers bypass classroom time).
Once we get on our boards, we will teach you the best techniques for paddling, standing, and riding the waves. An instructor will be with you every step of the way. If you need more assistance or a little “push,” we’ve got you.
We are family owned and operated and have hand-picked the best instructors in the Kona area, so you can be confident that you’re in good hands. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced surfer, we’ll make sure that you have a great time. If you have friends or family members who won’t be taking lessons, an ideal surf viewing area is available at Kahalu’u Beach Park for spectators to enjoy. Kahalu’u is also ideal for swimming, picnicking, and snorkeling.
|Local ResidentsHawaii State Resident *ID Required||$99.00|
Any request for a refund 72 hours or more prior to the start of the tour or activity is honored with a full cash refund.
No refunds are issued for any cancellations inside the 72-hour period, prior to the start of your tour. There is no refund for no-shows. There is no charge for date change or tour change based on tour availability outside of the 72-hour cancellation period.
Surfing is a great way to enjoy the waves and the outdoors, but it’s important to know how to stay safe while doing it. The best way to learn how to surf is to take lessons from a professional who knows the ropes. At our surf school in Kona, we offer semi-private surfing lessons for 2-3 people of all skill levels. Whether you’ve never stepped foot on a surfboard before or you’re a seasoned veteran, our surf lessons are designed to get you out there having a great time. We’ll teach you everything you need to know about surfing, from paddling and riding the waves to staying safe in the water.
We are Red Cross certified Professional Hawaiian Lifeguards and Watermen. The Big Island offers some of the best surfing in the world, and our team of surf instructors is the best in the business. They’re all CPR and First Aid certified, and they’re also trained in professional rescue. That means you can feel confident and safe while you’re learning how to surf with us. And because we’ve hand-picked the finest surf instructors in the area, we’re confident that you’ll have a great time while you’re learning. So come join us for some fun in the sun and learn how to surf like a pro!
In ancient Hawaii, surfing was more than just a hobby – it was a way of life. The Hawaiian people referred to surfing as heʻe nalu, or “wave sliding,” and it was an important part of their culture. Before entering the ocean, surfers would pray to the gods for protection and strength. If the waves were calm, they would call upon the kahuna (priest), who would say a prayer asking for great surfing conditions. Surfing may have been popularized by Beach Boys songs and Hollywood movies, but its roots go much deeper. The next time you hit the waves, take a moment to appreciate the history and culture that surfing has to offer.