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Sea Life Park
41-202 Kalanianaole Hwy # 7,
Waimanalo
HI
96795
Tel: 866-393-5158

Where are we going today?

The ocean is an incredible place, but you don't have to get wet to explore it - you just have to visit Sea Life Park Hawaii!

Sea Life Park is where your adventurous curiosity meets the sea, and you can be inspired by the amazing marine animals they have within the exhibits, and during the shows! It's a way kids can see what amazing creatures life in our oceans, and learn what makes them unique, and how they life!

It's also a place where you can have some pretty unforgettable experiences too!

Have you ever been surrounded by 300,000 gallons of water...filled with sharks? Just head to Shark Cave, and you will be able to step into their breathtaking world, where a dozen native Hawaiian sharks live.

Have you ever just stood and watched those cheeky penguins leap out of the water, or sun themselves? The penguin encounter lets you see these amazing creatures in action, and listen to the trainers talk about their habits and habitats.

Let's not forget about those dolphins and wholphins! Have you ever heard of a wolphin before? Well, it's a hybrid of a false killer whale and a bottlenose dolphin, and they are pretty cute!

Kids can get hands on with the touch pools, or learn about looking after our wildlife and environment at the Seabird Sanctuary, where they rehabilitate sick and injured birds brought into the park.

With animal encounters, shows, and feedings, you really do get to explore the magic of the ocean at Sea Life Park - so let's go make a SPLASH!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$39.99
  • Children$24.99 (Ages 3-12)
  • Free Under: 1 to 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2017

When can we go?

9:30am - 4pm. 4:30pm close over summer

Year round

Teachers corner

They have non-lecture and lecture based programs where kids can learn all about turtles, sea lions, dolphins and more! They have programs grade appropriate too..

I'm Hungry!

There are a number of places to grab some food, including Pinks hot Dogs, Hawaiian local favorites, treats, ice cream, and more!.

Healthy Eating!

There are healthy options at some of the food outlets, like Kau Kau Kitchen with greens and salads.

Any Top Tips?

There is an Adventure Kids Play Zone you can enjoy too!.

Doing our bit

They are dedicated to conservation and preservation, and have the sanctuary where they rescue and rehabiliate animals,.

Need a little extra help?

They have wheelchairs available for rent, or you can bring your own.

Baby Facilities

Single strollers are available for rent.

Can I get one of those?

They have a number of places you can pick up gifts and souvniers, including educational items, apparel, and animal items too!.

More information

You can have a birthday party at the park! .

What people are saying?

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    Brief and rough around the edges but good fun and very enjoyable. It lacks the glitz and glamour of mainland parks, but in the context of the quaint Honolulu Aquarium and Zoo, it is right on par. The dolphin and sea lion shows were very entertaining. Got to pet a baby sea turtle and baby white tips! Only place I've seen hammerheads that weren't on a TV screen. The staff were all awesome! From the parking lot guy to the gift shop lady and everywhere in between!

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    this place is just a cheaper version of Sea World

    It reminds me a of a small broken down Circus.Everything just looked very old and run down. Not to mentioned it was empty, although we were the first one there- We ended up here mainly because of the Dolphin excursion, The place offered free entrance when you pay for the Dolphin swim. I thought it was a good deal online but after being there I feel like
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    - we paid $1 for a cup of Lettuce to feed these Large Turtles and watch 2 shows and of course Swim with the...Read More

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    Its a bit disappointing to see very few exhibits,especially the penguin exhibit,with only 1 penguin! My son and his family came here on vacation expecting to see much more than expected.As a kamaaina, $20 fee too high! The bird exhibit was closed due to unknown reasons..The oceanarium show was the same and no penguin show? Why is parking being charged? Isnt it part of the admission of the park?Otherwise,the ocean and mountain view gorgeous!!The weather was hot and humid but a beautiful day!

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    Best luau ever! All the extra sights are forgetable. The food was okay and plentiful. But the staff and the performers were outstanding! Definately the highlight of our family's trip to Hawaii. Fantastic show led by a great showman.

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    I loved it,the dolphin adventure was such a beautiful experience,touching rays and shark tank were awsome too!!

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this place is just a cheaper version of Sea World

It reminds me a of a small broken down Circus.Everything just looked very old and run down. Not to mentioned it was empty, although we were the first one there- We ended up here mainly because of the Dolphin excursion, The place offered free entrance when you pay for the Dolphin swim. I thought it was a good deal online but after being there I feel like
the Entrance fee better be free!

- we paid $1 for a cup of Lettuce to feed these Large Turtles and watch 2 shows and of course Swim with the Dolphins (which has always been my Dream) The dolphin swim in my opinon lasted about 5 minutes. I wished it was longer but that was how they suck the tourists money!

Overall it was an experince!

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