If you’re wondering what to do in Hawaii during the month of July then look no further! The Fifth Annual Honolulu Surf Film Festival kicks off Saturday, July 7 and runs through the end of the month.
Held this year at the Honolulu Museum of Art, the festival will feature films from both local and international directors showcasing their talents.
Diversity of themes is more present this year than ever before. From bodysurfing Oahu’s North Shore to wave sliding in Iceland, the Surf Film Festival will be a globe-trotting surfing odyssey.
The Honolulu Surf Film Festival is a perfect way to share the love of surfing with little ones, or to discover your hidden love of surfing by seeing a surf film for the first time. Either way, if you’re looking for what to do in Hawaii, this is a great opportunity to get stoked on surfing.
If you have a surfing activity planned for your Hawaiian vacation, checking out the festival will get you excited to get in the water.
I am most interested in the film “Surfing With Sharks.” As a surfer I am respectful and incredibly scared of sharks. The thought of me being the guy in this photo is enough to make me head for the hills!
Maybe learning more about the interactions between surfers and sharks will ease my anxiety of getting chomped on… maybe.
Hopefully this adds a mark on your “what to do in Hawaii” list. Check out information about all the films and the schedule for this years Honolulu Surf Film Festival at the Honolulu Museum of Art’s website.
If you’re looking for what to do in Hawaii, we have tons of things to do that are fun in the sun! Check out our homepage for all of our tours and activities. You can even go swimming with sharks (in a cage of course!)