Loro ParqueCurrently Closed
Initially started to accommodate parrots, the Lora Park now accommodates one of the best fauna on the island. Known for their animal shows, the park is a must if you travelling with children.
- Dolphin shoes
- Orca Show
A trip here is sure to make you more curious about the animals and is surely a learning experience for all.
- Hop on the free train that leaves every 20 minutes from Plaza Reyes Catolicos.
- Adult- € 32
- Child (under 12)- € 21
- Hop on the free train from Plaza Reyes Catolicos.
- Walk to the park.
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95% of people who visit Santa Cruz De Tenerife include Loro Parque in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
64.9% of people start their Loro Parque visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Loro Parque
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Loro Parque
Simply amazing. I did enjoyed every single minute i have spent in here. The shows of Sea Lions, Dolphins and Killer Whales are just breathtaking. You can also choose from variety of coffees (for friendly price 2€), sandwiches and other meals you like. Entrance 10.12.2018 was 37€ per person, child is for half. You can easily spend here all day. Shows are following one after each other and you have enough time to move in between them.
Enjoyed this zoo very much. It is not huge and does not have the biggest collection of mammals, but it is very nicely structured and looks beautiful (and also clean). The shows they do with the animals are very spectacular and amusing, but also informative. Especially since they try to raise a lot of awareness for the environmental threats to the animals. The diversity of birds is impressive. Downsides: you pay 4 euro for parking (on top of the entrance fee of 37 euro) and the food in the restaurants is expensive and of low quality.
One of the best zoos I've been to. Quite frankly impossible to thoroughly go through in one day, as there are so many animals and the place is very large. There were also some shows, where trained animals acted, which I personally don't appreciate, but the animals seemed to be well. Overall the exhibitions were big and thought through, mimicking the animals' natural conditions quite nicely. I had a nice day, and was delighted to see the animals in good shape! (The place is quite expensive)
This place is the most impressive wildlife park I've ever been too, it's no wonder it's had so many awards and it's so highly rated on trip advisor. The time I spent here will be memory's that I will keep forever, the intimate way you adventure around each habitat is extraordinary and the parks conscious careful approach to protecting nature is fantastic. If you love animals there is no other option than this place both from a viewing and moral perspective.
Nicely done. There seems to be a very high level of care of the animals. Lots of keepers/zoologists in attendance. Preserving species seems to be the genuine aim rather than circus style exploitation. Price for food/drink is fair. Allow 5-6 hours to get round!