C.P. Trips, Inc.
Cindy Passannante, President
Email: cptrips@aol.com
Phone: 503-658-5646


Office Hours are: Monday - Thursday 9:00am to 5:30pm - Friday and Saturday Appt. Only - Thank you


Soft and Adventure's Not to be Missed !!!! 
Call to start your planning - Gina 503 658-5646  or 503 927-0649

Surfing, Learning to Surf & Watersports on Oahu

On every Hawaiian island, visitors can enjoy an amazing variety of private, semi-private and group surfing lessons and venues. Surfing locations and experiences on each island and even parts of each island all differ. In addition to traditional surfing lessons, many surfing schools also offer standup paddling (SUP) lessons, kiteboarding, and sail-boarding lessons. Places to learn surfing and other watersports vary so much that each one provides a different and unique kind of Hawaii watersports adventure. For example, on Kauai you can learn to surf or SUP on the Hanalei River or Wailua River or in the Hule'ia National Wildlife Refuge................... see the whole article

Coastal Escapes

From the Great Barrier Reef to hip Byron Bay, you’re invited to dive in and explore. Here are adventures based on your travel style. 

Island Adventures for Families 

Australia may be the world’s largest island but it has a few of its own to visit. In fact there are more than 8,000 so you have your choice. The Whitsundays Islands at the Great Barrier Reef is good for families whether sailing or relaxing at a resort. For those wanting wildlife,  Australia’s Galapagos at Kangaroo Island is for you. For the best day trips, little penguins do their nightly parade on Phillip Island south of Melbourne. Or discover the wild beauty of Tasmania as an add on from Melbourne. Island hop now! 

A Touch of Romance

For couples looking for some quality time together and wanting the ultimate Great Barrier Reef experience, try Lizard Island and Orpheus Island. Kangaroo Island also has some of the world’s best romantic lodges where canapes with kangaroos and stunning ocean views to Antartica are reserved just for you. And a roadtrip can really test a couple, but the stunning views and stops at Bell’s Beach on the Great Ocean Road nearby Melbourne are easy distractions. Don't miss out on romantic walks along the Western coast of Australia either. 

The Ultimate Beach Scene

Australia is famous for its beaches and it’s easy to see why. You’ll need to stop at Sydney’s harbor and Pacific Ocean beaches like Manly and Bondi Beach, but south of the city is Pebbly Beach home to the whitest sands and surfing kangaroos. Or go north with the families and hipsters to Byron Bay where Sydneysiders go to play. 


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