Oahu's Sea Life Park and Pacific Historic Parks Offer Joint Savings

Two major Oahu attractions have launched three packages and other value-added initiatives for 2017 By: Marty Wentzel
Sea Life Park and Pacific Historic Parks are offering joint packages. // © 2017 Sea Life Park
Sea Life Park and Pacific Historic Parks are offering joint packages. // © 2017 Sea Life Park

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Pacific Historic Parks
www.pacifichistoricparks.org

Sea Life Park
www.sealifeparkhawaii.com

Thanks to new initiatives for 2017, clients can experience some of Oahu’s most iconic visitor lures without breaking the bank.

First, a partnership between Sea Life Park and Pacific Historic Parks (PHP) has resulted in three packages providing cheaper admissions than the cost of visiting each attraction individually. Travelers can head to each site whenever it’s most convenient within a one-week span of booking. One of the packages, which combines tours of Sea Life Park and Pearl Harbor, includes audio narration, a tote bag, an Arizona Memorial 75th anniversary tag and a mug. Another package pairs admission to Sea Life Park with entrance to Diamond Head State Monument, adding a hiking certificate, a tote bag and a T-shirt. The third offer combines all three attractions and lavishes clients with multiple keepsakes.

Meanwhile, PHP has announced its own value-added initiatives for 2017. Its top-of-the-line Arizona Memorial tour includes access to the National Park Service archives and three Pearl Harbor virtual reality tours. A deluxe Pearl Harbor Visitor Center package bundles tours for two at the Arizona Memorial and USS Bowfin submarine museum with lunch. And PHP’s new Diamond Head State Monument audio tour, which costs just $3 per person, focuses on the unique selling points of the famous dormant volcano, from its history and culture to its geography and nature.

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