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Chun's Reef

Suitable for:
Active vacationer
Insider tip or tourist spot?
Well known, but not overcrowded
TouriSpot
Insider Tip
Allow time:
1 Hours
Optimal arrival time:
no matter
Cost:
free
Suitable for:
Active vacationer
Insider tip or tourist spot?
Well known, but not overcrowded
TouriSpot
Insider Tip
Allow time:
1 Hours
Optimal arrival time:
no matter
Cost:
free

Details of the beach

Ausstattung am Chun’s Reef
(Available: Lifeguard)
The beach is popular for:
(Known for: Sunset, Chill, Surfing)
Beach material
Sand fine
Sand color
White
Area
15000 sqm
Entry into the sea
mixed
Sight in the sea
Very clear

Current weather and surf conditions

Stand from: 4. July 2022, 02:43:46
Weather
82° Fahrenheit
Mostly Cloudy
Wind: from the Northeast at 16.1 gusting to 24.2 MPH (14 gusting to 21 KT)
Surf Conditions
0-2 feet
Nearshore: low
Offshore: low

Chun's Reef - Description

Chun's Reef is a break approximately in the middle of the 7 miles of surf breaks on Oahu's North Shore. The spot got its name in the 60's from surf legend John Chun, who often surfed here with his children, because the conditions for beginners here are very good.

At Chun's Reef you can find many local surf schools that offer their courses here. The reef is very close to the coast, so you have to paddle over it first. There are surfers of different levels at Chun's Reef, and people who enjoy watching the surfers and picnic on the beach.

There is no parking lot associated with the section, yet there are a few free parking spaces on the street.

What we say

Those with a little surfing experience can rent a board and try the waves here on their own. Those who prefer to take a course will have fun here in the shallower waves under instruction.
Our checklist & tips:
  • Limited parking on the street
  • No facilities on the beach
  • Pack food

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Map and contact data

Longitude: -158.082000732420
Latitude: 21.621299743652

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