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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
Fairly priced and great location to add in amongst a day at Waikiki! I’d recommend going earlier in the day or maybe an overcast day because we went in the afternoon when the sun was direct and hot so most of the animals were off...More
Located within the Waikiki area at the end of the street, not far from most hotels. Situated within a large park setting which makes for an easy walk and also plenty of playgrounds for the kids which spreads it out a lot.
With a slow...More
Pack a picnic and bring a blanket. Enjoy a lovely morning walking around the Zoo. Have your picnic lunch in the shade by the playstucture.
Lots to learn and read at enclosure displays. A very informative Zoo.
Beautiful grounds, and huge Banyan trees to hide...More
While the zoo is small, we did the twilight tour. Conner, Parker and Takio were vibrant and passionate about what the do. We were able to learn information about animals we had not heard of and interesting stories about the animals like Amybob the aardvark...More
Zoo is a nice nature walk, lots of exhibits had no animals. We did see the main ones, lion, zebra, elephant and giraffes. So it won’t take you long to walk through. The
flamingos were white with a touch of pink. Good for bird enthusiasts....More
The zoo has many varieties of birds, and most were visible on our tour. There are also many large animals that were not very active at the time (early afternoon) that we visited. We made it a point to be at the elephant exhibit during...More
Wandered the whole zoo and saw mostly exhibits without animals and precious little attempt to educate the public about conservation of wildlife and the environment. This zoo has lost its accreditation (Google it) meaning that it does not meet the standards of a professional zoological...More
Somewhat smaller than other well known zoos, but quite expansion in its own right and well laid out. In February the temperature was about 72 to 75 so wasn't too hot or cool. Large banyan tree is focus point near children's play area, but can...More
You want to expect to stay around for over an hour at this place. The ground is extensive, and you don't just watch, but make observations at each place.
The zoo is just around the end of the Waikiki Beach walk towards Diamond Head.
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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