Duke Paoa Kahanamoku Statue

Duke Paoa Kahanamoku Statue Kalakaua Ave Honolulu, HI 96815
A bronze, larger-than-life statue of Duke Paoa Kahanamoku stands in front of a bronze surfboard along the beach in Waikiki. Hawaii's most famous athlete went to the Olympics four times, and is called the Father of Modern Surfing.

“Hanging Ten” in the North Shore Marketplace, the Haleiwa Surf Museum is dedicated to the pastime of surfing, its history and its impact on world culture. Officially named the North Shore Surf and Cultural Museum, this charming shrine to surfing and surfing culture is curated by a lively storyteller named Hurricane Bob. Much of the focus of this museum lies on the surfing history and culture of the North Shore. The collaection of surfboards alone is incredible, but the museum abounds with surfing-related memorabilia: records, collectible bottles, photos, videos and posters.

Hawaii Open to Travel: October 15, 2020
The State of Hawaii has announced the open of trans-pacific air travel into Hawaii with pre-travel testing procedures, effective October 15, 2020. Visitors will be allowed to travel to Hawaii following the confirmation of a negative COVID-19 test 72 hours prior to arrival.

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