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From pink flamingos to African giraffes, the Honolulu Zoo is home to a little bit of everything from the animal kingdom. Its animal population includes more than 64 reptile, 38 mammal and 160 bird species. The 42-acre facility is organized into...more
Not sure if it was time of year or we came after a big storm but so many animals were not out or the exhibit was closed. Honest highlights were the elephant poop and the Komodo Dragons. Just not worth the $19. So disappointed.
We had to go to see the cheetahs. There is only one now. He didn't seem happy, but we were happy to see one live and in person. Looks like they just got some sloths which included a baby from what we could see. A...More
I was staying at a hotel nearby during my visit to Hawaii and figured since I'm walking distance from the zoo I may as well check it out. I've always had mixed feelings about commoditizing animals as well as having them in captivity, particularly outside...More
My husband and I had reservations for the Twilight Tour while visiting Honolulu. A group of 12 people were escorted into the zoo, by staff members: Corey, Conor, Mika, and Parker, from a far gate in the parking lot. The enthusiasm and knowledge that these...More
The zoo is in a lovely setting, good value for money for what you see. The grounds are a good size with potential to update the facilities which I think they may have started to do... a lot of the exhibits were closed with no...More
Value for money good , compaired tonither zoo’s around the world and I’ve visited many the price is good value for what’s on show , our visit there were a good few exibits closed due to referbishment but there was plenty of warning to advise...More
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You can pay online if you like for peace of mind. The parking is really the only concern as it is limited parking. If you are looking to get a discount of sorts for military personnel or what have you will have to show ID... More
You can pay online if you like for peace of mind. The parking is really the only concern as it is limited parking. If you are looking to get a discount of sorts for military personnel or what have you will have to show ID regardless. I recommend just paying at the gate. It was not busy in Nov/Dec time frame. Enjoy