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Loro Parque

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Open today: 08:30 - 18:45
Loro Parque Direct Entry Ticket
from US$43.08*
Loro Parque Direct Entry Ticket
from US$43.08*
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Loro Parque is the world-famous and adored by all animal adventure park in the Canaries. Get ready for excitement and fun at this "must see" attraction..
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Hours Today: 08:30 - 18:45
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Avenida Loro Parque s/n, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Spain
+34 922 37 38 41
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Reviewed today

Loro parque is really nice. Over the years we have been here many times and we always enjoy it. Not much has happened over the years - but the shows are really great - especially the Orca show. It cost a lot of money and...More

Thank HitmanJulius
Reviewed today via mobile

The orca show was the highlight clisly followed by the dolphins. Sea lion show bit of a let down but mother in law found them funny. This park is too big for 1 day you could really do with two days. Try and be organised...More

Thank sparra824
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a good place to visit but not as good as it was made out to be . We would not visit again . It is run around the shows witch are spread out

Thank David S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What can i say... just an absolutely fabulous day out. North of the island so a little cooler which is what you want really for something like this as there is a lot of walking to do. Expect high prices for food and drink but...More

Thank Simon W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Worth the money, loads to see and all animals well cared for. Especially enjoyed penguin planet and the orkas.

Thank REH67
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We Visited today and booked the premier package via Tui. Included priority seats Lunch transport and a Tour. I would suggest anyone thinking of going its well worth the money. The park itself is not massive the main attractions being the Orca's and Dolphin Shows....More

Thank Michael W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

With animals, fish and birds etc. You just have to come if you're staying in Tenerife. It really is fantastic, I was blown away with the shows we saw. They really care for the animals and are ambassadors for conservation. It's worth every penny/cent. Things...More

Thank allanb747
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

There is such a lot to see here that all ages will love it. Definitely take in the shows there are a lot of them to see - parrots, sea lions, dolphins, orcas. Plan to be here for the whole day. It’s not cheap -...More

Thank Caroline R
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We visited Loro Parque with our 8 years old daughter only 2 weeks ago.It was our second visit and the park is as wild and beautiful as ever.They have big fish at the entrance,nice waterfalls and all sorts of animals inside:lions,tigers,monkeys, flamingos,penguins,tortoises etc. and lots...More

Thank celia2106
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Before (or after) visiting the park, you must watch 'Blackfish', available on Netflix. The way the staff condone this inhumane abuse is abhorrent and you deserve to see this documentary, dont let them hide it under the carpet !!

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21 August 2018|
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Response from suzanne f | Reviewed this property |
Hi, either from your holiday rep or from any of the excursion places down the front , it is quiet a journey by coach so we usually hire a car .....
20 August 2018|
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Response from Chica C | Reviewed this property |
Not that I saw. If you are planning on sitting in the splash zone for the orcas then buying a rain poncho is the best way to avoid needing a change of clothes. There is nothing else that would require changing.
19 August 2018|
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Response from bethybrown | Reviewed this property |
There are busses running every 20-30 minutes from las Americas , they just loop So it’s very easy to get transport there and back Beth x