Bodysurfing Point Panic

Point Panic

See some of Hawaii's best on a great bodysurfing wave. If you're a good swimmer, jump in there and go for a few, but be respectful. Duration: 2 hours.

Have you seen Come Hell or Highwater? No? You should and then you should head to Point Panic on the South Shore to see some of bodysurfing's best showing off. If you're a good swimmer with a fair amount of bodysurfing experience, grab your fins and head out for a few. Make sure you're respectful of the locals. Afterward, you can bbq and watch others head out in Point Panic Park.

Pack List

  • Swimsuit
  • Bodysurfing fins
  • Sunscreen
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Activities Bodysurfing
Skill Level Intermediate
Season Spring, Summer, Autumn
Features
Bathrooms
Easy Parking

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Bring your DuckFeet, give'm up to the uncles. Best on a Solid South Swell.

Bodysurfing a point break is a real change of pace from getting pounded at Sandy's or Pounders. This a really fun spot if you've got your fins with you. Just an FYI, the parking lot doesn't look the safest, so don't leave valuables in the car.

make sure you share with the locals!!!


Please respect the places you find on The Outbound Collective.

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures. Be aware of local regulations and don't damage these amazing places for the sake of a photograph. Learn More

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