Sea Life Park Hawaii
Whether you're watching penguins jump in and out of the water, enjoying the company of lovebirds, or stepping into the breathtaking world of Hawaii's sharks, Sea Life Park will delight you. - Sea Life Park Hawaii
Welcome to Sea Life Park Hawaii, Hawaii's #1 Marine Park located in east Oahu. This is the place 'where the heart meets the sea', where you can enjoy the company of dolphins, sea lions, rays, sharks, native fish, and more! This park was first opened in 1964 and sits in a location 'nestled beneath the Ko'olau Mountain Range overlooking the Makapu'u Beach and Rabbit Island'.
Sea Life Park has a heavy focus on educational and interactive programs, committed to the research, protection, and preservation of native marine species of Hawai'i, as well as the importance of ocean conservation and sustainability overall. Your group can spend a whole fun-filled day here enjoying marine-life shows and exhibits, with plenty of opportunities to get up close and personal with animals in an intimate setting.
There is a total of 10 habitats and exhibits inside, each individual section showing off native animals such as reef fish, Hawaiian Monk Seals, Green Sea Turtles, penguins, and more. Your group will definitely want to opt-in for an educational experience or interactive activity while you are here, with options including the following;
- Dolphin Trainer Talk
- Turtle Feed
- Meet the Honu
- Sensational Seabirds
- Sea Stars and Their Cousins
- Many More
You will undoubtedly work up an appetite during your visit, so save time to visit family-friendly eateries onsite such as Pinks Hot Dogs and Longboard Lounge. There are casual meals, quick bites, and sweet treats available throughout, as well as several shopping options at the Seaside Boutique, Hale Manu Gift Shop, and more.
**There are special performances at the park as well, such as the Ka Moana Lu'au, a special activity in which your group can 'interact one-on-one with dancers as [they] experience first hand some of the most beloved traditions of the islands through interactive cultural activities including lei making, hula lessons, coconut-headband weaving, ukulele lessons and more!'**