Enter to win a trip to Hawaii from the West Coast and visit the Maui Ocean Center
Sponsored by Maui Ocean Center
Want to escape with the family to Maui this summer for free? Now’s your chance to enter to win a round trip getaway to Hawaii and visit the Maui Ocean Center!
Maui Ocean Center is Maui’s most popular activity for families and ranked among the “Top 10 Aquarium in the World” by TripAdvisor. Featuring only Hawaiian marine life, the aquarium offers the perfect family day trip to see, learn, and engage with local marine life. Enjoy an immersive encounter with sharks, stingrays, turtles, and tropical fish and experience the new Humpbacks of Hawaii Exhibit & Sphere, featuring the world’s first 3D virtual encounter with Hawaii’s humpback whales.
Fly into paradise with four round trip tickets with Alaska Airlines, offering the most direct flights between Hawaii and the West Coast, and enjoy a four-night stay in an ocean view room at the Sheraton Resort & Spa, the most iconic resort on Ka’anapali Beach located at the foot of legendary Black Rock. Winners will receive AquariumPLUS tickets to Maui Ocean Center for a day trip of family fun and animal encounters.
Fly in comfort, relax in paradise, and experience Maui’s favorite attraction with the Maui Ocean Center Summer Getaway!
Enter here: hine.ws/mauigetaway
About Maui Ocean Center:
Since 1998, Maui Ocean Center has fostered understanding, wonder, and respect for Hawaii’s marine life, drawing thousands of visitors from across the globe. The three acre marine park, located in Wailuku, Maui, faithfully replicates the natural ocean ecosystem featuring only animals who are native to Hawaii. The center features the largest collection of live Pacific corals in the world, over 60 exhibits, 20 daily presentations by marine naturalists, outdoor tide pools and a 750,000-gallon Open Ocean exhibit with a 240-degree view acrylic tunnel. Maui Ocean Center operates in compliance with a County of Maui ordinance prohibiting the exhibit of cetaceans (whales and dolphins), and offers exploration of these creatures through interpretive displays.