Stay Connected!

Bringing the Park to You

To Our Valued Guests:


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.

As you may know, our professional team of trainers, animal care staff, aquarists and veterinary staff continue to provide uninterrupted care for all of the animals at Sea Life Park and we want to share that with all of you!

We are excited to be able to share more about marine life with you from the within the walls of your own home than ever before. We are launching a new series titled “Bring the Park To You” where we will be bringing the experience of the park you love to you on your phone, tablet, or computer during this time of self-quarantine. More in-depth than ever, follow the animal care team and get a behind the scenes experience of the park that’s both exciting and full of learning and wonder. Here are ways you can stay connected and inspired!

• Social Media- One of the easiest ways to check in on us and stay up to date is through our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter Pages. Watch live feeds and daily stories while we continue to feed, take care, and explore the habitats with the many animals that call Sea Life Park home including the newest members to our ohana. Interact! Ask our trainers questions and let us know what you want to see more of.
Web Resources- Check out our ever-growing Educational Resources page for teachers and parents while we are at home. Our resources page is compete with teaching material, activities and coloring pages to encourage marine life learning from home.
YouTube- Missed a session on social media? All of our videos are available here for you to watch and use as a virtual classroom for the keiki to observe what makes a mammal a mammal, or how does a shark sense its prey-all from your home living room.
New News -Read about the latest happenings at the park like the new dolphin calf and naming contest - learn about the winning name!


Thank you, and stay safe.
Sea Life Park Management Team

For immediate questions regarding ticketing, you may reach us at reshawaii@sealifeparkhawaii.com.