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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
I went to the zoo early in the morning and found most of the animals were out. It’s pretty small so easily navigated. They did not provide maps but you can snap a picture of the map on your phone. Great for children and a...More
It’s lovely to walk around but too many animal enclosures are empty or “don’t look too hard as nobody’s home”.
Seriously disappointing for the price .... but when you think there’s nothing left to feel bad about, why not visit the cafe where 2 bottle...More
The Zoo was walking distance from our Hotel in Waikiki. First up, as a International visitor I wanted a Zoo map to take home for the kids,but No, the Zoo is Green so you have to take a photo of the map on yr phones....More
We got here on a Sunday at 8:45 and the lot was pretty filled already. My sister mentioned that it's because they closed off half the lot due to construction. So if you want a parking spot, make sure you come early. Regular adult admission...More
We love visiting Zoos on our holidays. We were prepared not to see too many animals due to the weather and heat, but were surprised on the amount of animals around. Seeing so many American animals was amazing. The layout was great and we didn't...More
Was looking forward to visiting the Honolulu Zoo again (after last visting in 2008), however was quite disappointed... Giraffe / Zebra were off display due to upgrades of the enclosure and a lot of other animals such as the Sun Bear and Cheetah were also...More
We hadn't been to a zoo in years so we thought we would give it a go as we were staying nearby. Very reasonable entry fee and very friendly staff. We got a map and water before we set off. You can go left or...More
The Honolulu Zoo is not the Seattle Zoo or San Diego Zoo, but it’s charming, not crowded, usually has a cooling breeze, snacks, playgrounds, and is easy to get through in a morning. We are members and go at least once a month. My preschool...More
Response from robinelisse | Reviewed this property |
I believe the parking area is more street parking and maybe a lot close by. Probably you can. But there are many homeless people in the area. So do be careful of where you leave your vehicle and no belongings in it.
Response from timothyl886 | Reviewed this property |
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