HawaiiTours.com Sees Increased Interest in Beach Tours After High Surf Advisories

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HawaiiTours.com sees increased tourist interest in beach and beach related tours after high surf advisories increase the danger, the surfers and the crowds on North Shore beaches.

HawaiiTours.com sees an increased interest in beach and beach related tours as tourists flock to see the bigger waves. Oahu's North Shore saw some big waves coming in a bit early for the season. Big waves bring out the surfers. Surfers bring out the crowds. Crowds attract the tourists. And tourists create business for surrounding businesses.

HawaiiTours.com is encouraging interested tourists to enjoy tours of the beach areas, but to avoid first time surfing experiences because as Moa Mahe of HawaiiTours.com puts it, "big waves are cruel teachers."

It's said that the past weeks' big waves are a good indication of more to come and many are hoping it could help the winter season to be a busy one for the island.

Moa Mahe of HawaiiTours.com said, "The beach is just one of the many places visitors like to visit while on the island, but when the waves are up and the surfers are out…it's one of the highlights. Many visitors are surprised at how different the Hawaii beach experience is from other regions. And they all love the excitement and thrill of watching the surfers."

HawaiiTours.com has over 20 years of experience in the Hawaii travel business. Listing over 150 tours in Hawaii, they provide competitively priced vacation packages for groups large and small, including all the major hot spots as well as many local favorites. For more information on tours in Oahu or any other island contact Moa Mahe at moa (at) hawaiitours (dot) com or by phone at (888) 614-2221. Or visit online at HawaiiTours.com.

Contact: Moa Mahe
Company: HawaiiTours.com
Phone 1-888-614-2221


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