Travel Guide: Surfing in Hawaii
Once limited to Hawaiian royalty, surfing was considered the sport of kings. The sport’s popularity eventually spread across the globe, and today is practiced practically anywhere waves are available. However, as the sport’s birthplace, Hawaii is popular with professionals, amateurs and even children as a surfing hot spot. Surfing lessons are easy to find, and there are a number of variations on the sport appropriate for thrill seekers. From big wave surfing, to kite surfing and windsurfing, the waves in Hawaii are the ideal place to get started. In this video, WatchMojo.com checks out a few different types of surfing available in Hawaii.