Loro Parque ('Parrot Park') is a popular choice for days out with kids in Tenerife, especially with younger children. Set in the north of the island, this wide-ranging animal park takes you to the Antarctic, the jungle and even the depths of the ocean with a massive variety of land- and water-based animals. 

Best for: all ages

Location

Loro Parque, Tenerife

What to expect

Cafe/restaurant

What to do

Loro Parque includes:

Planet Penguin - an iceberg and more than 200 penguins.

Aquarium - thousands of sea species including a shark tunnel.

Gorillas - in a forest environment.

Katandra Treetops - an Australian-themed birdlife area.

Throughout the day there are also scheduled shows.

There is also a playground for when kids want to run wild themselves.

Enquiries

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Where to stay

Loro Parque is about an hour's drive from Costa Adeje, where most of our recommended hotel are located - head to our Best Places to Stay page for all our Tenerife hotel suggestions.

When

Loro Parque is open every day from 8.30am to 6.45pm, with last entry at 4pm.

Eat

There are places to eat and drink within the park, from full sit-down meals to snacks on-the-go and ice cream.

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Cost

Budget to pay around £100 for a family. Multi-attraction tickets combine Loro Parque and Siam Park; some tickets also include transport.