Visit Dolphins, Sea Lions, Penguins and More Marine Life!
Sea Life Park is Hawaii’s prime marine attraction, located on Oahu’s southeastern tip by Makapuu Point,
just 15 miles from Waikiki. Come and visit this world-class marine attraction and enjoy up close views of
dolphins, sea lions, penguins, stingrays and many other creatures of the ocean. You’ll even be able to see
the world’s only “Wolphin,” a mix between a dolphin and a whale!
The park offers a whole range of packages that are entertaining as well as educational. Tour the park and say hello to all
kinds of marine life, sit back and watch the thrilling animal shows, or if you want to get wet, swim with dolphins in the
park’s large lagoon. For the adventurous there is an underwater trek that allows you to walk 18 feet down among many colorful
tropical fish! Sea Life Park even offers a luau, a traditional Hawaiian feast featuring an all-you-can-eat Hawaiian buffet
dinner and a stunning Polynesian revue. It’s the only luau in Hawaii that also boasts a spectacular dolphin show.
Watch dolphins perform playful acrobatics in this ocean-side lagoon that even features its own private island. You’ll sit in a large open-air
theater and can also enjoy great coastline views.
This huge reef aquarium offers close up views of Hawaii’s underwater ecosystem. You’ll get to see more than 2,000 reef animals, including
turtles, stingrays, colorful tropical fish and even sharks.
Get face to face with these fascinating creatures of the ocean. This lagoon provides an authentic environment for these shy marine animals.
Hawaiian Ocean Theater
This theater features a large glass tank and you’ll be able to watch dolphins perform from above and below the surface of the water. You’ll
also learn about the newest training techniques and Sea Life Park’s conservation efforts.
Sea Turtle Lagoon
Not only is this lagoon an interesting exhibit it is also a breeding sanctuary for the endangered Hawaiian green sea turtles (honu). To
date, more than 2,200 hatchlings have been produced here and many of them have been released to the open ocean.
Here you’ll be able to see 11 so-called Humboldt penguins, which are native to South America and also an endangered species. This habitat
at Sea Life Park serves as a comfortable breeding site.
This exhibit showcases Hawaii’s intertidal wildlife. Intertidal is the area that is sometimes land and sometimes sea. You’ll get to see
animals that have made this intertidal zone their home.
This general admission package will give you an overview of the park at a very reasonable price. If you want to get even closer to some
of the marine animals and maybe even get wet, check out the other packages.
What To Know
Standard park hours are 10:30 am 5:00 pm. The last show is at 3:30pm.
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