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  • A: With sparkling blue waters and perfect waves, there's no better place than Hawaii to learn how to surf. Most notably, Kahalu'u Bay in Kailua-Kona's West Shore offers great surfing conditions for beginners as it isn't particularly crowded and waves roll softly. If you like to ride bigger waves you need to get out a bit and if you prefer smaller waves you can catch them from near the beach. There's a surfboard rental just across the street. The entry is rocky and the bay is shallow so you should consider wearing reef shoes. A little further north is White Sands Beach that is also called Magic Sands Beach because it always changes size. Unfortunately, it's always smaller than its pompous name suggests. The shallow sandy bay is perfect for body boarding. And it's the ideal place for you if you don't dare to surf properly (yet.)
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