Dog Boarding in Honolulu
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Why do dog owners prefer Rover dog boarding in Honolulu?
Home to Honolulu Hale (City Hall) and a famous statue of King Kamehameha, the founder and first ruler of Hawaii, this capital city attracts plenty of tourists to its landmarks both man-made and natural. Meanwhile, west of the city on the island of Oahu, Pearl Harbor is a revered spot for history buffs. Choosing a Rover dog sitter in Honolulu means choosing a more comfortable, in-home experience for your dog while you're away. It's a unique way to book dog boarding in Honolulu that pet parents really love, because with Rover boarding your dog stays in the sitter's home and is treated like part of the family.
Why do dog owners love Honolulu?
While locals may just call Honolulu "Town," it's clear to see that this is no ordinary city. The largest city in Hawaii, it's full of fascinating culture, breathtaking views, and a relaxed way of life that really appeals to dog owners. There's lots to see and do, and plenty of beautiful parks and beaches to visit with your pup.
Which Honolulu parks should dog owners visit for walks?
There are so many absolutely beautiful public parks you can visit with your pup in Honolulu, with a handful totally dedicated to dogs. Take Ala Wai Dog Park, which features an off-leash area, small dog pool, shared dog toys, and separate areas for large and small dogs. Diamond Head Bark Park is another good spot to check out, and is especially suited to large dogs with its big off-leash area. You'll find beautiful views and lots of parking in the well-maintained Hawaii Kai Dog Park. A super friendly park in the area is Moanalua Dog Park, which features lots of shade trees and has water available to keep puppy hydrated. At Mililani Dog Park, you can rest on the provided benches and take refuge under the shade. This off-leash park is spacious and well kept, making it a pleasant place to spend the day.
What neighborhoods in Honolulu are good for dog owners?
Everywhere you look in Honolulu there's a gorgeous view to take in, making just about everywhere a great place to live or visit. You'll find proud dog parents all over Honolulu, including in the residential neighborhoods of Manoa and Makiki. Manoa Valley is also home to the University of Hawai'i. Within East Honolulu, you'll find upscale neighborhoods like Hawaii Kai and Niu Valley, along with gated communities Waialae 'iki and Hawaii Loa Ridge. In Waikiki, next to Ala Wai Canal, there are hotels, shops, and nightlife on Kalakaua and Kuhio Avenues, which are visited by millions of tourists each year. Directly near Diamond Head are the Waialae and Kahala neighborhoods, along with the Waialae Country club and five-star Kahala Hotel & Resort. You can get to know the locals in the residential Kalihi and Palama neighborhoods. Not far from Honolulu International Airport are the residential areas of Salt Lake and Aliamanu. The Arts District Honolulu is a fascinating area to explore. It's a 12-block area right on the eastern side of Chinatown. Ala Moana is home to the world's largest open air shopping center, Ala Moana Center, featuring over 300 shops and tenants. You'll also find the Honolulu Design Center and second-largest park in Honolulu there, Ala Moana Beach Park.