Jan 26, 2015

It’s Winter Where You Are, But Not In Hawaii!

Yes, just take a look outside - or have a look at the news. The "Blizzard of the Century" is set to arrive on the Eastern Coast of the US - and let's not even talk about the usual frigid temperatures of the North and Midwest. Are you really going to wait months until you take a vacay? Just have a look at what you could be doing while staying at the Hawaiian Monarch!

Our Hawaiian Monarch Hotel is your family’s one-stop travel destination for your Hawaiian vacation! We feature all the luxurious features your desires – at year-round great prices, which affords you and your family a clean, quiet, newly-equipped, professionally-run Hotel, in a great locale with incredible views and services, as you and your family would expect. And, we can help you plan all your activities while you enjoy your stay. 

Considered the center of Hawaii, Oahu, also called “the Gathering Place”, is the most populated and developed of the Hawaii.  The activities on Oahu are endless and range from world class shopping, fine dining, active water sports, sightseeing, fishing, biking, and more.  Waikiki Beach, located in the city of Honolulu (state capital and Hawaii’s largest city), is one of the most famous and desired destinations on earth, and you will discover why after only your first day.

Roberts Hawaii, the most experienced tour guides on the islands, are proudly our partners, and are dedicated in giving you the experiences of a lifetime – that is, every year when you visit us!

One activity which is synonymous with Hawaii is surfing. And, speaking of surfing, you have come to the world’s surfing mecca – the North Shore, and one hour trip from our hotel.

Located on Oahu’s North Shore, the winter waves are known as some of the world’s most spectacular and awe inspiring, which makes the North Shore’s 7 miles of beaches the perfect  spot for  viewing these monumental waves surfed by experienced surfers.  Roberts Hawaii offers a “one stop” Surf Bus trip to the North Shore, where you can get a surfing lesson, enjoy time at a local restaurant, stop at historic Haleiwa Town and see the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles. 

Have you ever been aboard a submarine? With Atlantis Submarines tours, you can dive into the some of the most spectacular oceans on Earth, and marvel at sunken aircraft and shipwrecks, and the "new homes for fish" Atlantis creates through its impressive reef development activities.

How about a snorkeling excursion in Hanauma Bay? Snorkeling is the most popular activity on Hanauma Bay. Swimming just above the coral rocks and spotting amazing sea creatures is a relaxing and enjoyable way to spend the day on the island of Oahu and lessons of course are available for beginners. Even the most inexperienced snorkeler can have a great time swimming with the Hawaiian wildlife in Hanauma Bay.

The Waikiki Aquarium – Founded in 1904, it is the second oldest public aquarium in the United States. A brand new feature is the Amazing Adaptations exhibit — a 60-foot, 3,000-gallon facility.  The exhibit includes nine tanks showcasing a diverse collection of species, from local pipefish to exotic Australian seadragons.  

Hawaii Sport Fishing & Oahu Fishing Charters - If you’re a fisherman, consider yourself in paradise. Hawaii is well known as one of the best places in the world for year-round big game  fishing – as these beautiful Pacific waters are famous for producing world record Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna (Ahi), Dorado (Mahi-Mahi), and Wahoo (Ono). Choose from a variety of different sport fishing vessels, charter types and departures.  Just minutes from Waikiki, in Honolulu, Hawaii, both private and shared charters are available from numerous boat charter facilities.

How about a spectacular Sunset Dinner Cruise aboard The Star of Honolulu?  Enjoy gourmet dining while you view the beautiful scenery from a luxurious vessel. 

Ever ride a Jet Ski? Or swim with Dolphins? A day at SEA LIFE PARK AND DOLPHIN ADVENTURES features: 

Hawaiian Ocean Theater –  dolphins, sea lions, and penguins perform in an open-air, aquatic theater. Guests learn of the newest training techniques and Sea Life Park Hawaii’s conservation efforts in this fun and educational show.

Dolphin Cove – Fun for children of all ages, featuring a giant inflatable and interactive play area. In the Hawaiian Ray Encounter participants get to touch, feed, and snorkel with the beautiful Hawaiian Rays.

Hawaiian Reef – In the 300,000 gallon Hawaiian Reef tank you can watch divers swim with stingrays. View the magical sea life, including stingrays, turtles, and various schools of tropical fish residing in this unique aquarium. In Sea Trek participants get to feed unique tropical fish.



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