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Children of all ages get excited about the Discovery Reef Touch Pool, where they can carefully lay their hands on sea stars, urchins, and even baby honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles). Crawl into the tunnel and watch the fish swim by. All creatures featured are native to Hawaiian waters and tide pools.View Details
Many birds have arrived at our park injured or sick, and in need of rehabilitation. We have carefully and lovingly nursed these beauties back to health and those that cannot go back into the wild are now permanent residents of Sea Life Park. Take a look at some of our local Hawaiian seabirds, including the Iwa (Great Frigate Bird).View Details
The scientific order, Pinnipedia, consist of seals, sea lions, and walruses. All members of this order are expert divers and have four swimming flippers. Here at Sea Life Park we have a Hawaiian Monk Seal and California Sea Lions. Watch them sun themselves or listen to one of our trainers talk about these amazing animals.View Details
Cockatiels and lovebirds make up the bustling, chirping community of Sea Life Park’s open-air aviary. All guests are welcome to step inside and enjoy their company during posted hours. Feeding sticks are available at no charge.View Details