Surf Lessons Waikiki
Aloha & Welcome to Beach Boy Hale, Surf lessons Waikiki. Our staff takes pride in providing our guests with top quality customer care. We strive to provide a very memorable experience in Hawaii for our customers. Our staff has many years of experience surfing and loves to keep the Hawaiian tradition of surfing alive. Our company provides lessons for both beginner and advanced surfers.
- 2+ Persons
- 1.5 Hours
- 2-5 Persons
- 1.5 Hours
- 1 Person
- 1.5 Hours
Group Surf Lessons
Group surf lessons can be either you grabbing a group of friends and family or you joining other people. This type of lesson ranges from two people to large groups. The ratio of surf instructors to students are determined by the instructor which he/she will decide by the wave conditions, weather conditions, and the amount of people. Most group lesson ratios are one instructor to four-five students. Group lessons are a great way to meet people from all over the world and create new friendships and also learn about different cultures throughout many countries.
Semi-Private Surf Lessons
Semi-Private lessons are usually smaller groups. This allows more attention from the instructor. This lesson is designed for family and friends who want to do a surf lesson together without other people joining in. This could be a parent(s) and children, siblings, or 2 to 3 friends who want to make sure they are the only ones laughing at each other :).
You will have the chance to catch more waves and learn about the surf etiquette on how to catch your own waves, which waves to choose, how to find the right place to catch a wave, and much more.
Private Surf Lessons
Private surf lessons are for a person who wants individualized attention and isn’t interested in sharing his/her waves with others :). There are many reasons why someone would request a private lesson: (A) He/she is not comfortable in the water, (B) He/she took a lesson before and wants to go for bigger waves, (C) He/she wants the focus of the instructor and does not want to wait for other people to catch a wave before his/her next wave, and (D) He/she is a child below 13 years old and is unable to paddle back after each wave and therefore needs a personal instructor for safety reasons.