Are you ready to get in on the stand up paddle action in Waikiki? We have a great stand up paddle lessons to get you started right. We want you to have fun from the moment you pop up on the SUP board.
We’ll put you on a nice board with a good paddle and teach you everything you need to know about getting on the water, paddling, and turning. We’ll teach you proper paddling technique, how to fall shallow, and get back on your board when you do fall. After an hour, you should feel comfortable on your board, having fun and much better prepared to get out in the surf and get your first glide.
Stand up paddle lessons are the best way to enjoy your time on the water in Waikiki. If you are like 99% of the rest of us, you’ll get the stand up paddle bug and will be looking for your next SUP adventure.
Stand Up Paddle Lessons in Waikiki
Group Lesson: (2-4 people)
$69.00 per person
All Stand Up Paddle Lessons include:
* Usage of the Stand Up Paddle Board, Paddle and Leash
* Basic Ocean Awareness
* Stand Up Paddle Board Etiquette
* Basic Paddle Technique
* Advance turning techniques
* How to build speed
* How to catch a wave
4 convenient times to choose from: 7am – 9am – 11am – 3pm
Please contact us for corporate rates/discounts.
SUP Lesson Specifics:
* Lessons are 60-90 minutes long
* We give lessons 365 days a year. Reservations are required; space is limited, so please book in advance.
* Stand Up Paddle Board Lesson Photos and videos are available.
* Happy to accomodate Corporate groups, school organizations, team building retreats, and organized outings.
* 10% Off For Waikiki Honeymooners
* Bring your swimsuit and sun protection. The sun in Hawai’i is intense!
We’ll have a stand up paddle instructor with you in the water showing you how to catch your first glide, feeling the power of the ocean pushing you down the face of the wave.
We’ve seen and talked to a lot of people out on the beach at Waikiki. Canoes is one of the most popular surf breaks for visitors, but is not the ideal spot to learn how to SUP. I see many folks trying to stand up on the board over and over, only to fall in the big blue.
Catching your first wave in Hawaii is a thrill you will never forget. If you jump out in the waves your first day out, I can almost guarantee a lot of frustration.
If you try to stand up for the first time while waves are rolling in, you are going to find yourself in the ocean more than you will be on the board. You want some flat water on your first day and that is why we like Ala Moana beach park for stand up paddle lessons in Waikiki. There is a great piece of beach with protected water. It’s the perfect place for getting your sea legs.
It is possible to learn at Canoes the beaches at Kuhio Park area, but we will only teach private lessons so we can keep a close eye on you and make sure you have a enjoyable experience.