Pe'ahi Jaws Surf Break12 Votes
- Address: Hahana Rd, Haiku, HI 96708, USA, Haiku-pauwela, United States
- Tags: Family And Kids, Water Sport
Pe'ahi Jaws Surf Break is one of the largest surfing break in Maui and also a famous tourist spot in Haiku- Pauwela, Hawaii. It is listed by the annual “Billabong XXL Global Big Wave” contest as the winning break more than any other place. Jaws Surf Break is where surfers and professional surfers come to watch and surf. Besides the surf and sand, visitors can go to the Pe’ahi Lookout which is on the Pe’ahi cliffs. The best way to get to the lookout is via a helicopter or a boat which can both be booked. The dirt road is not meant for cars so it has to be covered on foot.
Pe'ahi Jaws Surf Break Reviews & Ratings
Yup, not advised to go down in the rain!!! All Clay!!! You need a 4X4 period no questions. Deep holes. And couple sketchy hills. Worth the ride if you can. great site!
Great view of the surfers break. Tough road to get down. It is possible in a car, but highly recommend a SUV. Our car required a push at one point. Check the surf report before going and only go if the surf is high, or you know there will be people surfing there.
I do recommend to use 4WD car. There is no asphalt road. Only clay. And I guess that driving there when it's rain is not good idea. I like the view from the very stony shore, where you can walk down from the hill. But waves so big, that some times it seems gorgeous but so dangerous.
Got to see the big waves and pro surfers. Don't suggest driving in with a car. Rough road. Good folks will give you a ride in the back of their pickup. Others will charge you ten bucks. It's a long but easy walk.
Got some great shots of Jaws but be prepared for a long walk or have a 4x4 this is no place for cars