Sea Life Park: How You Can Help

Sea Life Park Dolphins Conservation


1. As legislative seasons comes up, keep an eye on our page or join our newsletter list to get updates on when/how to submit public testimony in support of our plans to ban captive cetacean breeding in the Hawaiian Islands.

2. Leave a post on TripAdvisor. It really helps deter potential visitors as this facility is getting the majority of its business from tourism. Many people read those reviews before deciding on what attractions to visit and seeing the truth behind these dolphinariums before they book a Swim With Dolphins program is vital! 

3. Spread the word! Take to social media! We're stronger in numbers. We have a bunch of posts on our social media about Sea Life Park. Feel free to share any of them to your friends, family, and followers. Even go through their hashtags (#sealifepark#sealifeparkhawaii) and ask their customers if they are aware that Sea Life Park has had 139 cetaceans die under their care since opening.

4. Ask tour businesses and advertisers to stop promoting Sea Life Park to tourists. You can even tag them in your social media posts:

@tombarefootstours @robertshawaii @hawaiidiscount @honolulufamily @thisweekhawaii @kahalamall @hawaiibusinessmagazine @hawaiianairlines @pbshawaii @lookintohawaii @waikikimag @cochawaii @oha_hawaii @hawaiisbestplaces @kitv4

#lookintohawaii #hiconcierge #thisweekhawaii #hawaiisbestplaces #waikikimag

#hawaiidscount #robertshawaii #honolulufamily #kahalamall #hawaiianairlines