Get wild at the Honolulu Zoo and see Hawaii's most exotic creatures. The zoo is home to nearly 1,000 animal species, including Sumatran tigers, giraffes, Komodo dragons, reptiles, orangutans, and a variety of African animals. Explore interactive exhibits, stroll through lush gardens with plants and flowers indigenous to Hawaii and feed your favorite animal all at Oahu's best family attraction. Located in a park setting at the foot of Diamond Head, Honolulu Zoo is just moments from Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort.
Open daily from 10 am to 3 pm, Zoo grounds close at 4 pm
Adults: $19, Children (3-12): $11, Children 2 and under: Free Military Discounts with proper ID.
Animal Meet and Greets
Summer Zoo Camp
Frequently Asked Questions
What animals can I see at the Honolulu Zoo?
The Honolulu Zoo is home to more than 900 animal species from the tropics, including Monitor Lizards, Komodo Dragons, zebras, orangutans, penguins, elephants, monkeys, and the exotic Bongo from Africa. See an array of rare species of frogs and birds like the Wrinkled Hornbill, and the Sun Bear from Southeast Asia.
Is there parking at the Honolulu Zoo?
Yes, there is self-parking at Honolulu Zoo. The parking lot entrance is on Kapahulu Avenue and charges $1.50 per hour. The Waikiki Shell parking lot across the street on Monsarrat Avenue has free parking. If you don't have a car, the zoo is only 1.5 miles from Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort making ride shares a breeze.