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Honolulu Zoo

Category: Zoo + Aquarium

151 Kapahulu Ave., Honolulu, HI 96814


Map of Honolulu Zoo and recommended places nearby
1. Waikiki Beach
2. Waikiki Aquarium
3. Sans Souci Beach Park
4. Nohea Gallery
5. Diamond Head State Monument and Park
6. Diamond Head Theatre
7. Ala Wai Golf Course
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Honolulu Zoo - Reviews from across the web

Great time for kids - user review
We had a great time there. My tip is to rent a stroller and put all of your daypacks, drinks, cameras, etc in it while you walk around. The place was practically empty during our week...

A nice distraction - user review
A small but nice Zoo. It was very relaxing to walk around the Zoo seeing the natural beauty of the island and the animals. Walking distance from many hotels on ...

Best Zoo Ever!!! - user review
Best thing about the zoo is the Childrens Zoo located in the zoo. Fish tank & Guinea Pig exibits are the best! You can go in with the goats,(dont be afraid!). Bi...

Just something to do for kids 5 and under - user review
The layout was very poor. It was not very clear on how to find all the animals. Some of the drink machines did not work or station was not open. It looked in some parts abandon. ...

Nice Zoo - user review
Nice Zoo, a lot of animals you don't normally see at Mainland zoos. Quiet and relaxing atmosphere, and $8 dollars ...

The Animals Looked So Sad - user review
When we went the first time we found the zo to be dirty and it seemed like the exibits were never completed. The glass enclosure for hippo viewing was so dirty that we could...

piece of paradise - user review
We have been to zoos all over the world and this one was great! It reflects the Hawaiian culture of beauty and spectacular sights, all within a compact area. It is the perfect ...

Honolulu Zoo - expert review
To get a glimpse of the endangered nene, the Hawai'i state bird, check out the Kipuka Nene Sanctuary. Though many animals seem to prefer to remain invisible, the monkeys appear to enjoy being seen and are a hoot to watch. It's best to get to the zoo right when it opens, since the animals are livelie...

Sad Experiience at the Honolulu Zoo - user review
We visited the Honolulu Zoo in October 2005 and found it to be in a shambles. We last visited Waikiki in December 1997 and remember it being a delightful oasis in what is the concrete c...

Great place for the family - user review
Just returned from a wonderful 2 week vacation to Honolulu with my husband and 4 kids (10,8,2 and 10 months).We walked down to the Zoo one morning from Kuhio and it was a lovely 20 ...

Very pleasant zoo - user review
I just took my 3 children to the Honolulu Zoo in Feb 2006, and wanted to add my 2 cents. If your family enjoys zoos, and has the time & inclination, this zoo is definitely worth a visi...

Lovely Zoo! - user review
Everytime we visit Hawaii we usually end up making our first destination the zoo. Its within acceptable walking distance from most of Waikiki and is a great way to spend a few hours....

Well you get what you pay for... - user review
Since its not very expensive and even small to look at on the outside you can bet its not going to be the best zoo in the U.S. I wont say its a total waste of mo...

Monkey do....do - user review
The layout of this zoo is rather poor and it takes a long time to walk between e...

Will not pay the full price to get in! - user review
Went on October 27, 2006. Most of the animals were hiding. Didnt see too many animals. Still have constructions in some area. If you really plan to go, go with little ch...

Not much fun - user review
My wife and I were looking at killing some time so we thought lets go to the zoo. We are from Northern Alberta Canada so we enjoy trips like this. However our impression of this zo...

If you have kids, its definitely worth it. - user review
If you are from an area like Alaska, this zoo is definitely a treat. My daughter asked to go back again and again. I think it is fun for an adult too. Walking did not bother us, ...

A pleasant surprise - user review
My family and I decided to visit the Honolulu Zoo in January of 2007. There were no children in our group but we enjoyed it just the same. There was a lot of beautiful birds including man...

My Product Gallery - 151 Kapahulu Avenue, Honolulu Hawaii - Families.com
Honolulu Zoo is a neat 1/2 day outing for children and adults. Located in Queen Kapiolani Park near the Diamond Head side of Waikiki Beach. Many of the mammals especially lions, tigers found it too hot, but all the other animals were readily seen. They specialize in a number of exotic birds, some of...

Honolulu Zoo- Honolulu, HI - VirtualTourist.com
The Honolulu zoo was cute . It is not a free zoo , so be prepared to cough up that money. But why not , its going to the zoo to help rebuild, preserve, and feed the animals. The zoo is actually pretty big. Its a decent size ,but there arent that many animals , they are very spread apart. part of the...

Zoo Programs
Discover the creatures of the night at Honolulu Zoo. Lie with the lions, doze with the doves. Be a dreamer with a lemur. Now is your chance to snooze in the zoo. The night will begin with a buffet dinner, continue with guided walking tours of the Zoo after dark, and conclude with símores around a ca...

Honolulu Zoo, Honolulu, HI : Reviews and maps - Yahoo! Local
Worth the price of Admission: Honolulu Zoo proclaims itself the best zoo in 2300 miles. Thats quite funny since it is the ONLY one within that distance, something about being in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, but at the same time it is true. Thanks to the military rate my son and I paid just $5 to...

Honolulu Zoo | Museum/Attraction Review | Oahu | Frommers.com
Nobody comes to Hawaii to see an Indian elephant or African lions and zebras. Right? Wrong. This 43-acre municipal zoo in Waikiki attracts visitors in droves. If you've got kids, allot at least half a day. The highlight is the new African Savannah, a 10-acre exhibit with more than 40 African critter...

Honolulu Zoo Honolulu HI Zoo - Honolulu Hawaii Activity - UpTake
Admission : General Admission (13 years and older) $8. Kama'aina (13 years and older with local I.D.) $4. Children (6-12 years with adult 18 years and older) $1. Children (5 years and under with adult) free. Family Pass $25. Local I.D. req...

Honolulu Zoo (The), Oahu | MyTravelGuide.com
An attractive flamingo pond greets you at the entrance of this 42-acre municipal zoo in Waikiki. Rare wildlife inside the lush park includes the Hawaiian nene goose, Francois monkeys and Galapagos tortoises. There is a children's petting zoo with llamas and a retired milk cow. Just before, during, a...

Honolulu Zoo - Information
Located at the northern part of Kapiolani Park, the Honolulu Zoo is home to over 300 species of animals on more than 42 acres of land. The zoo features an African Savanna complete with gazelles, rhinos, cheetahs, giraffes and more. Other habitats featured at the zoo include the Tropical Forest, the ...

Honolulu Zoo -- Hawaii Museums Association Database --
Located in beautiful Kapi‘olani Park at the base of Diamond Head, the Honolulu Zoo features a wide variety of animal exhibits in a park-like setting. The 10-acre African Savannah exhibit houses lions, elephants, giraffes, marsh and forest birds, chimpanzees, re...

Honolulu Zoo on Oahu with photos, map and reviews
The Honolulu Zoo on the island of Oahu is the only zoo in the United States that had its origins in a grant given by a king. In 1876 King Kalakaua made 300 acres of land available for a lease. The marshy land was later named Queen Kapiolani Park. In the early 1900s the first animals found their home...

Honolulu Zoo - Reviews, and direct links to Honolulu Zoo in Honolulu.
The Honolulu Zoo is a place that many people overlook while they are on vacation in Hawaii, but over 750,000 people do visit the Honolulu Zoo annually. It is the largest zoo within a radius of 2,300 miles and unique in that it is the only zoo in the United States originating from a King's grant of r...

Events | Honolulu Events
HONOLULU ZOO TWILIGHT TOURS: For families: (strollers are welcome). Let us be your guides for a magical evening adventure as we discover what happens at the Honolulu Zoo when the sun goes down and the gates close. Held 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm every Saturday Night at the Zoo! Recommended for adults and ki...

Honolulu Zoo
A child on a farm sees a plane fly by overhead and dreams of a faraway place A traveler on the plane sees the farmhouse and dr...

Honolulu Zoo - Honolulu Attractions - Zagat Survey
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Honolulu Zoo Review | Honolulu and O'ahu | Fodor's Travel Guides
To get a glimpse of the endangered nene, the Hawai'i state bird, check out the Kipuka Nene Sanctuary. Though many animals seem to prefer to remain invisible, the monkeys appear to enjoy being seen and are a hoot to watch. It's best to get to the zoo right when it opens, since the animals are livelie...

Honolulu Zoo - Honolulu - Reviews of Honolulu Zoo - TripAdvisor
$8.00 admisson cost. Nothing worth while, just a zoo. Seemed liked many cages/areas were empty. Some animals were either hiding or away so we couldn't see them either. We were there on Dec 23rd so they were doing Christmas with the animals; where the animals could open presents but it wasn't worth f...

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