Your health is our top priority, and we have put special measures in place to keep all guests safe both during and after your activity.
Stringent Cleaning – We’ve increased the frequency of disinfecting surfaces and high traffic areas between each tour, and hand sanitizer will be available to all of our guests.
Social Distancing – Guests will stay at a safe 6-foot distance during all points of the tour. We also ensure that all staff members will be wearing the necessary PPE.
Wellness Checks – Employees receive daily wellness checks to ensure they are healthy and symptom-free. If you or anyone in your group is experiencing symptoms, we will work directly with you to cancel or reschedule your tour.
Oceanrider Seahorse Farm Tours are lead by naturalists with certified biology degrees with special training in ocean conservation and are the caretakers for over 20,000 seahorses. You will love your tour with us! People have said that it is “life-changing” and the “highlight of my trip to Hawaii!”
Use the email invoice as proof of purchase for your tickets. Tour tickets are not shipped but are available for pick up only. Bring ID. We will hold your reservation and tickets in the gift shop at the tour desk. Please arrive 15 minutes early to check-in, wash up, receive your tour briefing, get your name tag and sign your credit card receipt.
Reservations are required! Tour tickets must be purchased in advance and online up to 1 hour before the tour starts. We recommend buying your tickets as far in advance as possible. Remember we are closed on weekends. Sorry, but we are closed on weekends.
Please arrive 15 minutes early to check-in, wash up, read our biosecurity and seahorse holding rules. The seahorse is a very delicate animal and an endangered species on the edge of extinction so please follow the holding instructions carefully.
ATTENTION CRUISE SHIP PASSENGERS & GUESTS: Due to the high sensitivity of the environmental conditions of the Ocean Rider Farms and for the health and wellness of the animals, we regret that we can no longer accept cruise ship passengers as guests of the facilities at this time.