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Big Waves & Big Bites at North Shore Oahu

In winter, North Shore Oahu is the place to watch professional surfers slay epic waves at Ehukai (Banzai Pipeline) and Sunset Beach, but that’s not all there is to this part of town.

If you come hungry, you will be served mouthwatering bites in a range of cuisines, from Peruvian to Hawaiian barbecue. Browse surf shops to see a kaleidoscope of boards, and check out the galleries for bold artwork.

Be sure to begin your adventure here earlier in the day, there is so much to see and do.

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  1. Snorkeling on the north shore of Oahu

    Contrary to its name, no sharks permanently reside at Shark’s Cove. What you will find when you snorkel here are turtles, goat fish, butterfly fish, eels, mullet, parrotfish and so much more. 

  2. Acai bowl on the North Shore of Oahu

    Eat your way through Oahu’s surfing capital. Between the acai bowls, the shrimp trucks, the barbecue, sushi and epic burgers, you are bound to find a meal that puts a huge smile on your face. 

  3. Hiking on the north shore Oahu

    If you could do with stretching your legs after trying all of North Shore’s tasty food, check out Mokuleia Forest Preserve. During your walk, have a little fun by guessing all the different types of fruit trees.

  4. Surfing on the north shore of Oahu
    Watch the Surf

    Riding the big waves of some North Beaches is not for amateurs or the faint of heart. This is where professional surfers come to claim their titles. Nevertheless, it can be just as thrilling to have a front row seat to watching the best surfers in the world mount those infamous gigantuan waves. 

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