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Oahu Hawaii Sea Life Park

November 16 2007: Sea Life Park Hawaii is located on O’ahu, one of Hawaii’s most famous islands. Oahu is known for its natural beauty, history, culture, and attractions. Sea Life Park adds to Oahu’s magic by providing a unique opportunity to interact with exotic sea life and animals. There is swimming with dolphins and sea lions, sitting in on a penguin trainer talk, feeding sea turtles and diving with rays, no other park gets you this close.

Located north of Hanauma Bay, Sea Life Park Hawaii features a beautifully designed park with reefs, lagoons, pools, and theatres. Guests are provided with restaurants, snacks bars, lockers, restrooms and dressing rooms.

Both adults and children can take part in the thrilling water activities and exhilarating encounters with marine mammals.

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5 thoughts on “Oahu Hawaii Sea Life Park

  1. Can see you got yourself two cute girlfriends – love the photo with the kissing – very good. When I worked on “Lindblad Explorer” we had Ron & Valarie Taylor as staff members – Valarie was the one that learned me to dive.- but the creatures she met up with wasn’t kissable. Really great shots.

    Posted by viveka | March 16, 2012, 19:17
  2. One of the sea creatures looks awful familiar. I wish I could remember where I have seen him before. Looks like you had a lot of fun. Nice post.

    Posted by Waldo "Wally" Tomosky | March 16, 2012, 21:28
  3. You look like Steve Irwin there 🙂

    Posted by jennysserendipity | April 4, 2012, 23:19

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