Experience nature on a whole new level
Sea Life Park Hawaii is where the heart meets the sea. Get ready to be inspired by our amazing marine animals during a show or by observing them in their habitats. If you're looking for a more unique experience, you can swim with Dolphins, Sharks, Sea Lions, or Hawaiian Rays. Whether you’re a hands-on thrill-seeker or prefer to view the excitement from a distance, Sea Life Park Hawaii will delight you.
O'ahu's only east-side lū'au!
Join our 'ohana (family) at Oahu's only east-side lū'au as we take you on a voyage through Polynesia for an unforgettable evening of traditional music, dance, and cuisine where the Ko'olau mountain meets the moana.
From a waist deep platform, participants touch and observe dolphins while they swim right in front of them and perform high-energy behaviors. Dolphins swim up to and may even “hula dance” with the guests! Photos with your dolphin are available for purchase weather permitting.View Details
Dolphin Aloha lets you get up close to dolphins without getting wet! Go behind the scenes and get the chance to meet and feed a dolphin while learning all about what makes them perfectly adapted for life in the water. You may get splashed! Perfect for all ages, have fun interacting with our dolphin friends.View Details
Swim with sharks and rays! Guests swim in a specially curated tropical lagoon and meet these curious animals face-to-face as they glide through the water. Explore what it feels like to swim with a Ray! These graceful marine animals, and everything else in this lagoon, is gentle and friendly. This program is great for families.View Details
Located at the Dolphin Lagoon, relax in our shaded, open-air theatre and be introduced to some of our amazing dolphins. Come with us on a wayfinding journey through island-style stories with an all-new musical score. The show is educational and engaging!
Show times are 12:15 PM and 3:30 PM. Times are subject to change. Questions? Call (808) 259-2500.
Located at the Hawai‘i Ocean Theater. Smart, fast and funny, our California sea lions are a pleasure to watch. You’ll be surprised and delighted by their underwater acrobatics and above-ground antics, plus you'll learn plenty!
Shows at 10:30 am & 1:00 pm daily. Times are subject to change.
Questions? Call Sea Life Park at (808) 259-2500.
Delve into the science of the sea in our unique interactive classroom and park environments. Hands-on learning is focused on the whole ocean ecosystem and its conservation. Students of all ages are engaged and inspired by our terrific team of educators.
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.
*Touch Pool species subject to change.
Penguins in Hawaii? Get up close to Humboldt Penguins at this exhibit where you can watch these flightless birds “fly” through the water. These animals are typically found in Chile and Peru so the Hawaiian weather is actually quite comfortable for them, and if they ever need to cool off they can always take a dip.View Details
A focus on conservation. Come see the only active breeding colony of green sea turtles in the United States. As part of a resurgence to wild populations, the park releases between 200 and 800 green sea turtle hatchlings each year. : Join in during feeding time with our Reef Team where they share stories about this special colony .Learn more about turtle hatchlings during this trainer-led forum at 10:15 am daily. Times are subject to change. View Details
Our crew of adorable Humboldt penguins are able to leap out of the water like bullets and walk upright. Hear all about the aquatic bird species during this trainer-led forum. Visit the Seabird Sanctuary and meet some of the rescued birds.
11:15 am and 2:15 pm daily.
Times are subject to change. Questions?
Call Sea Life Park at (808) 259-2500.
Experience the living shark exhibit, the Hawaiian Shark Cave. Step into the breathtaking world of Hawaii’s sharks, guided by dazzling interactive technology. This 300,000–gallon aquarium is home to native Hawaiian sharks. The exhibit includes sandbar sharks, whitetip reef sharks and a blacktip reef shark.Watch the sharks being fed during a trainer-led forum at 1:15 pm daily. View Details
Wholphins, like dolphins, have strong and long-lasting familial bonds, which makes sense given their genetic blend. A hybrid of a false killer whale and Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, Sea Life Park’s own Kekaimalu, meaning “from the peaceful sea,” and her calf Kawilikai, meaning “blend of the ocean,” are inseparable.View Details
Sea lions, along with seals, and walruses belong to the family called Pinnipeds! Our California sea lions divide their time between basking, snoozing, diving, floating and, of course, eating. You can feed them, too! (Fees apply.)Learn more about issues they face in the wild during this trainer-led forum at 10:45 am and 3:00 pm daily.
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).Questions? Call Sea Life Park at (808) 259-2500. View Details
From our 300,000 gallon shark tank to our individual fish galleries, learn about tropical reef fish both native to our waters, and other special species found in the south pacific like the clown fish. View Details
For more than 50 years, the Park has been dedicated to marine conservation, preservation and education. Our guide will share information about some of the featured animals in our collection including the newly rescued sea lions and baby dolphins.Daily at 10:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m.
Meet the newest members of our ohana-rescue sea lions Niblet and Brawler! Watch these two at the Sea Lion Nursery Pool, next to the Feeding Pool. California sea lions divide their time between basking, snoozing, diving, floating and, of course, eating.