Operations Update

To Our Valued Guests:

The health and safety of our Guests and Team Members is our top priority. After assessing the COVID-19 situation, we have temporarily closed Sea Life Park effective Tuesday, March 17, to help keep you, our team members, and our communities safe and healthy. During this time, our animal care team will continue to look after the health and nutritional needs of the animals in our care. The park’s seabird rehabilitation program will also continue uninterrupted.

We will continue our careful monitoring of the current situation, adhering strictly to the recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as our local and statewide health and safety agencies and will keep everyone updated on reopening.

We value each and every one of our guests and team members and thank you for choosing Sea Life Park as your family’s destination to enjoy safe, clean and wholesome family fun. All active annual passholders as of March 17 will have their passes extended the length of time our doors are closed. We will take care of this on your next visit to the park upon re-opening. All passes purchased with “must redeem by May 31” dates will still be able to redeem their passes when we open. We look forward to welcoming you and your family in the future. Stay Connected and please refer to our website and social media channels in the future for additional updates.

For immediate questions regarding ticketing, you may reach us at reshawaii@sealifeparkhawaii.com.
For questions regarding the Ka Moana Luau at Sea Life Park, please contact us at (808) 926-3800 or info@moanaluau.com.
For special events and birthday parties, you may reach us at sevents@sealifeparkhawaii.com.

Safety & Health

Sea Life Park COVID19 Mitigation Strategy Upon Re open

Upon re-opening, our highest priority remains the safety of all of our team members and guests, and we’re closely following the guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Hawaii Department of Health, along with other government officials and health experts. Some of our evolving sanitation procedures include:

-Stricter sanitation schedules in all areas of the park including our Food and Beverage locations and Gift Shops
-Managing capacities of all programs and exhibits to ensure social distancing is accomplished
-Installing sanitizing hand rub dispensers in prominent places around the park to facilitate handwashing amongst guests
-Promoting regular and thorough hand washing by team members, contractors and guests
-Training of team members on illness prevention, preparedness and response
-Communicating and promoting the need to maintain social distance
-Encouraging guests and team members to stay home if they are not feeling well
-And much more.

Stay tuned, thank you!
Sea Life Park Management Team