Visiting the majestic beaches of Hawaii for a surfing adventure on a budget is not something that is unheard of. The beauty of the islands of Hawaii should be taken in by all who wish to experience them, that’s why there are people out there to encourage those who want to go, but can’t afford to spend loads of coin on the trip. Pack your bags and catch the surf; now is the time to take a surfing trip to Hawaii on a budget.
As is the case with nearly every trip, the earlier you plan, the better deals one can get. Booking something like a flight at the right time in advance can save masses of money, as will your lodging.
Sojourn in a comfortable Bed and Breakfast on any one of the Hawaiian Islands. There are plenty around and the rates are tremendous. Places like Yelp will assist you in finding the right Bed and Breakfast.
Go during the offseason
Rates during the winter months will definitely be cheaper than during the summer. That is something to get excited about. The winter season in Hawaii isn’t like those in Cleveland per se, so worry not about finding a dry place to surf.
The epitome of paradise can still be had even if you decide to take a winter trip. Catching the waves in a wetsuit will definitely cure cabin fever, so dip the toes in the water and enjoy.
Leave the surfboard at home
It is expensive to take your board on the airplane with you, and while you may prefer to have your surfboard with you, there are just too many cheap rental options that would be silly to say no to. Whether you are on Kona, O’ahu, Kauai, Maui, or Kaho’olawe, you will find plenty of shops to get a capable surfboard on. Wax on and wax off for a great ride.
Food is not a worry
As aforementioned, staying at a Bed and Breakfast will not only be a frugal choice in lodging, but will also assist one in the need to consume food. Breakfast will be covered, and there are plenty of local restaurants around each island that will serve delicious native Hawaiian cuisine.
Lick those fingers and come hungry, as you can experience a grand trip without having to fork out jewels to afford it. Travel to Hawaii and be open to the culture and the great spirit of the people that call the islands home.