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Themes parks

Tenerife has something special for everyone. With many types of attractions, from zoos to water parks. It is an entire world of fun for the whole family. If you are bored in Tenerife, it’s because you want to be!

Everyone who visits Tenerife should visit Loro Parque. It is considered to be one of the greatest theme parks in the world according to TripAdvisor. Upon entry to Loro Parque, you can enjoy everything from orca shows at Orca Ocean, dolphins and sea lions at the Dolphinarium, you can enter the North Pole and delight in the penguins at Planet Penguin or you can visit the Katandra Treetops, one of the most impressive free-flight aviaries in the world. It’s considered a ‘must-do’ of the Canary Islands. If you need transportation, you can reserve the Loro Parque + Bus, which includes hotel pick-up and transportation to the park. After spending an unforgettable day at the park, we’ll take you right back to your hotel.

Another one of the island’s main attractions is what Trip Advisor considers to the best water theme park in the world - Siam Park. It’s a water park inspired by the architecture of Thailand, where your adrenaline will hit maximum capacity with attractions like the “Tower of Power”, a 28 meter-long water slide where you’ll reach speeds up to 80 km/hour or “The Dragon”, a funnel-shaped, totally vertical slide. You can also choose to relax on one of the super-exclusive beaches of “Siam Beach Island”, a natural white-sand beach at the world’s greatest wave pool. The best water-themed attractions are all brought together for you in one park!

If you’re the type of person who can’t miss anything, save some money by purchasing the Twin Ticket, a pass that includes Tenerife’s two main parks, Loro Parque and Siam Park.

Another water-themed option in the south of Tenerife is Aqualand, a whole universe of water slides built in a multitude of shapes and heights where you’ll feel intense excitement, yet be able to enjoy moments of relaxation. This water park is geared toward the little ones in the family, but adults will definitely not be bored either.

If what you love is vegetation, then you cannot miss visiting Aloe Park, a park dedicated to the growing and selling of Aloe Vera. You can also visit the Palmetum, a 12-hectare (30 acre) botanical garden specializing in members of the palm tree family with 2000 species of tropical plants, of which 400 are palms.

The Ethnographic Park at the Pyramids of Güimar offers you the chance to visit these strange, yet interesting structures and presents theories about the possible extension of ancient civilizations into the area.

Contact our team for more information on which park to visit to suit your preferences.