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Surfing and Ohana (family) are both highly important when it comes to the Hawaiian culture. For a limited time you can experience an intimate exhibit that highlights the stories of Hawaiian surf families. The display titled:Great Hawaiian Surf Families is curated by the California Surf Museum. It is a celebration of Ohana and what it means to the Hawaiian culture.
“Ohana is a primary idea in Hawaiian culture” says Jim Kempton, the President of the California Surf Museum, and curator of the exhibit. “The families presented in this exhibit have passed the traditions of their culture down to the descendants – and their surfing prowess as well. They are perhaps the greatest collection of multi-generational surf families in the history of the sport.”
Tis the season of Christmas cheer! We’ve partnered with our friends at HydroFlask to gift you with an amazing limited edition Hydroflask when you complete our first ever Kalikimaka Cocktail Crawl.
Kalikimaka Cocktail Crawl: December 1 - 30
The world famous North Shore of Oahu comes alive in the winter with monstrous waves, professional surfers and thousands of excited wave watchers. Turtle Bay Resort is located at the end of what’s known as the “Seven Mile Miracle,” referring to seven miles of epic surf breaks. The seven mile miracle begins in Haleiwa and ends at Turtle Bay Resort, the official sponsor of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.
If you plan on visiting us during prime surf season, here’s some tips you need to know before you head out to watch all the action.