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Our guided tour includes stand-up paddleboarding with a chance to snorkel and discover what lies underneath the surface of the water. It’s a chance for visitors and residents to get an up-close and personal view of what Hawaii has to offer.
While stand-up paddling may have developed in various places around the world, the modern surfing tradition has undeniable Polynesian ancestry. In the 1940s, surf instructors in Waikiki like Duke Kahanamoku and Leroy and Bobby AhChoy would take paddles and stand on their boards to get a better view of the surfers in the water.
Located on the famous North Shore, we will adventure into the longest watercourse on the island of Oahu, the Anahulu River also known as the Anahulu Stream.
This ancient Hawaiian stream, is a highway for the Hawaiian green sea turtles who use this water way as a safe haven from predators as they rest from the long ocean voyages on the Pacific. You will likely see them swimming, and resting on the banks of the stream and basking in the warm Hawaiian sun.
This stand up paddleboard lesson and tour is perfect for the beginner stand-up paddleboarder. One could only dream of such a beautiful setting and this is one lesson you’ll remember for a lifetime.
Ages: All Ages
Duration: 2 hours
Semi-Private Lesson $140 (2 people or private parties)
Private Lesson $165
Please call to book parties larger than 4 people.