Palmitos Park, Gran Canaria

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

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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Palmitos Park, Gran Canaria Reviews

  • At the entrance, they asked for documentation (like password) as proof that my son was 10 years old, so he could get in with children ticket. I didn't have some documentation with me, so after a short discussion I had to buy a adult ticket for my child. In other places in other countries they usually let the children in, if they are in the grey zone, and they doesn't ask for documentation. Back at home, I checked the homepage, not a warning about bring documentation if the child is close to 10 years old. In my option, it cost the first half star. The other half star was lost when the food was typical tourism / fast food friendly and had a neutral (flat) taste. Not bad, but also not good - for a restaurant. The last star, because there wasn't something extraordinary at the attraction, so 4 stars minus the one for entrance and restaurant food quality. However the good things also has to be mentioned: The animal shows were great to view - parrot, birds of prey, dolphins shows were all great, and every show lasted about 25 minutes, not to short or to long. It's possible to feed emu and fish, for few euros (remember coins for buying the food to the animals). The area, we moved from bottom where there was shadow and a little cold, to the top with sun and warmer temperature. Good parking facilities and the possibly to go with bus. I would recommend this to families with children and other who are interested in animals.

  • 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....

  • The staff at the ticket sales is very unpleasant!!! She insisted to charge my 10 year old daughter the adult price because my daughter is over 140cm and I didn’t take an ID to prove her age. Anyone with reasonable intelligence is able to see my daughter is still a child!!! We were 3 adults and 3 children. But she never mentioned we could by a family pack! Such a bully to foreign visitors!! Tips: remember to buy the tickets online! It’s cheaper! Also bring enough clothes, it’s quite chilly inside. The restaurant food is terrible, especially the hotdog, better avoid it.

  • 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.

  • Amazing place! They take care of the animals so well. Possible to go in to birds by your own at 2 places and then the bird shows and dolphine show. Love this place. Well worth the money. A thing I call "must do" when I come to the island. Nice and kind staff. They accept that you take photos. Its great. And then you can have a close up meeting with some of the animals and buy the photo. Thanks from a Swedish family

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