Park showcases Hawaii’s marine life as visitors touch and interact with sea lions, dolphins, shark pups, and more
What You'll Get
- What’s included: Access to all park shows, exhibits, trainer talks, as well as to feed the birds and fish.
- Wildlife and the wild-animal park is a home to such species as dolphins, sea lions, rays, sharks, birds, native fish, and more.
- Free admission for children two and under.
- Transportation included from select hotels
- View the schedule for everyday activities.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 1, 2020. Refundable only on day of purchase. Merchant is issuer of tickets - discount reflects current ticket prices, which may change. Ticket value includes all fees. Valid only at Sea Life Park, located in Waimanalo, HI U.S.A. To help prevent credit card fraud, customer may be asked to provide a standard form of government-issued identification, in order to redeem voucher. The purchaser’s name must match the name on the offered identification. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
About Sea Life Park
There are two Hawaiis: the land one, a string of scenic islands, and the underwater one, a riot of fish and coral. Sea Life Park introduces visitors to the latter with interactive exhibits as thrilling as any roller coaster, but much wetter. Below, three of the highlights of the kid-friendly Oahu park.
The textures of the touch pool
The ocean only really comes to life when you know what shark skin feels like. At the touch pool, visitors find out, petting a shark pup as well as starfish, urchins, and a baby sea turtle.
The lovey-dovey dolphins
They'll literally kiss you if you swim with them, and there are a variety of different ways to go about that. You can ride on a dolphin's belly, for instance, or get escorted through the water by two dolphins, holding a dorsal fin in each hand.
The penguin-training tips
Their trainers have taught the park's Humboldt penguins to shoot straight up out of the water, walk upright on land, and to pretend the Happy Feet penguins are their cousins. In their daily trainer talks, the experts explain how it's done.