Palmitos Park, Gran Canaria

Palmitos Park, Gran Canaria - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Barranco de Los Palmitos s/n. 35109 Maspalomas, Gran Canaria.

Phone: +34-928797070

Ticket Price: 30 EUR

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Time Required: 04:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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About Palmitos Park, Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria’s most popular family attraction, the Palmitos Park is a zoological and botanical park, a sub-tropical oasis featuring more than 200 species of birds, an aquarium, a butterfly house, a cacti garden, an orchid house, a Dolphinarium, a primates island and a lot more. Be prepared to spend half a day at this place! And don’t miss out on the popular shows, especially bird-of-pray shows, parrot shows, and the dolphin shows. 

Palmitos Park Information

  • Adults (11+ and/or taller than 1.40 m): €30
  • Children (5-10 and/or 1.10 m to 1.40 m): €22
  • Infants (3-4 and/or 0.90 m to 1.10 m): €9.30
  • Children from 0-2 years: Free
  • Family pack (2 adults+2 children): €83.20
  • Friends Pack (4 adults): €96

Palmitos Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • Daily show timings vary. Please check official website before planning visit.
  • Last entry at 5 p.m.

How To reach Palmitos Park by Public Transport

  • From Bahia Feliz: Bus No.45
  • From Playa De Inglés: Bus No. 45
  • From Campo Internacional Busses: No. 45 and 70
  • From San Agustin: Bus No.45
  • From Puerto de Mogán: Bus No. 70
  • From Puerto Rico: Bus No. 70
  • From Amadores: Bus No. 70
  • From Faro Maspalomas: Bus No. 70

Restaurants Near Palmitos Park

  • Cafes and eateries present within the park premises.

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  • Great day out, very good dolphin show. Animals look well looked after but it is expensive, also no kids menu in the on site restaurant. Our 3 year old loved it. Easy transport links to it, we used the local bus with ease. Top tip. Bring food for the little ones or a decent overdraft....

  • What a brilliant park in the mountains! The dolphins show was amazing and the baby dolphins added some nice surprise to it. The staff seem to have very good connections with the dolphins. A very good place to take young children to. Parking is free at the entrance. The park is well designed throughout. Most of the areas are shaded so you will not get burned.

  • If you go to Gran Canaria, a day (or at least half a day) at the amazing Palmitos Park is an excellent choice! The park has lots of animals, plants, flowers, butterflies, birds, you'll be simply delighted of the time you'll spend here. There are a lot of shows with parrots (a lot of different species, very colorful), dolphins (very enjoyable), birds of prey (highly trained and skillful) and others. The butterflies' greenhouse is also wonderful. Do not go without a camera, you'll have plenty of opportunities for gorgeous photos!

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  • Very nice, neat and organized. Animals look like they are been taken good care of. Admission price is reasonable considering quality and that all shows are included in the price. The shows are excellent. One star deduction due to woefully small and understaffed central restaurant and kiosks during peak hours (in between shows). You can take your own snacks and enjoy them at the picnic tables though which is a mitigating factor.

  • We had a good day. We arrived about 10.15, saw the 10.30 parrot show, then went through the park to the 11.30 birds of prey show. Lunch at the restaurant, then the 13.30 dolphin show. A wander through the park, including the butterfly house. There were plenty of drink and snack places and toilets clearly marked on the map. The walk up to the birds of prey was quite a hill, but well landscaped so plenty of things to keep you interested.

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