Oahu, Hawaii’s most populated and visited island, is also home to what is considered the world’s surfing Mecca – the North Shore. Its undeniable beauty, pristine beaches, rich underwater biodiversity, and of course, towering waves under the hot sun are the reasons why tourists visiting the island always keep coming back for more year after year.
Literally, the North Shore is the part of Oahu that is facing the Northern Coast. It is about an hour drive from Aloha State’s Capital – Honolulu. During summer, its waters are calm enough for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. The opposite happens during the wintertime, wherein waves soar as high as buildings, which is also the time of the year that many surf junkies around the world come and ignite the beach with gravity-defying stunts.
If you have plans of spending the summer vacation in the beautiful island of Oahu, you cannot skip a day trip (or more) to the delightful beaches of North Shore. Check out this infographic from Go Hawaii Tours for a guide to visiting Oahu’s North Shore.
Infographic Source: North Shore Oahu Surf Beach Guide by Go Hawaii Tours