Loro Parque Tickets

Tenerife, Spain

Your Loro Parque Ticket Options Explained

Choose from the different types of ticket options offered for Loro Parque  based on your preference. 

Skip-the-line Tickets

  • Skip the long lines and enjoy direct entry to Loro Parque with these tickets.
  • See the world-famous parrot and orcas shows. 
  • Marvel at the tropical and exotic vegetation surrounded by Thai architecture.
  • Meet close to 10,000 exotic and endangered animals.
    Cancelation Policy: The ticket cannot be canceled, refunded, or rescheduled. 
    Discounted Tickets: Infants under 2 can go for free. Reduced-price tickets are available for non-EU children aged 3-11. EU citizens, adults, as well as children aged 3-11, enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).

Combined Tickets

  • These tickets offer you entry to Loro Parque as well as lunch. 
  • Choose between an Adult ticket (valid for those 11 years and above) and a Child ticket (11 years and below). 
  • Enjoy a day at the Loro Parque and meet the various animals living across 13 exhibits. 
  • Head to Brunelli’s steakhouse for a scrumptious lunch. 
    Discounted Tickets: Reduced-price tickets are available for children below 11 years. (carry a valid photo ID). Canary Residents also enjoy discounts on these tickets. 

Combo Tickets

  • With these tickets, you can access two attractions of the Canary Islands: Loro Parque and Siam Park.
  • Enjoy direct admission to both attractions with these skip-the-line tickets.
  • See the famous parrot and orca shows held at Loro Parque.
  • Make your way through all the exhilarating rides at Siam Park

Cancelation Policy: These tickets cannot be canceled, refunded, or rescheduled.
Discounted Tickets: Infants under the age of 2 can enter for free. Children between the ages of 3 to 11 enjoy reduced pricing on tickets.

Annual Cards

  • Perfect for those who wish to visit Loro Parque more than once. 
  • You can visit Loro Parque as many times as you wish throughout the year.
  • You also have the option of choosing combo annual cards which will allow you access to Loro Parque and Siam Park throughout the year. 
    Discounted Tickets: Children between the ages of 6 and 11 as well as Canarian residents can enjoy reduced pricing on tickets.

Know Before You Visit

Here’s everything you need to know before you plan your visit to the famous Loro Parque. 

Loro Parque is open daily from:

  • Mon to Sun: 9.30 AM - 5.30 PM

Best time to Visit -

Loro Parque would be the weekdays, specifically Tuesday and Friday. There won’t be a crowd as there are very few flights to Tenerife during these days. And you can enjoy the serene park without feeling claustrophobic. Try to avoid the weekends as the locals visit the Zoological institutions. It is also best to explore the park during the summer months as you can enjoy the weather while walking around

Address: Av. Loro Parque, s/n, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

Getting There:
By Train:
If you want to take the train then the Loro Parque Express is your best bet. You can take this train from Puerto de la Cruz to Loro Parque. Not only is it a direct train but it is also a free service that takes visitors from Plaza de Los Reyes Católicos to Loro Parque and back.

By Bus:
The Loro Parque Offers a bus Service for visitors to get to the park. This is one of the most convenient methods to travel to the park. However, visitors will have to buy the ticket on the park’s webpage and book the seat 24 hours in advance. You can check out the pickup points here.
By Car:
Since it is an island, the route is extremely straightforward and usually in a single stretch. Travel on the TF 1,2, and 5 around the east/northeast of the Island to Loro Park. Loro Parque has a 3-floor car parking facility. They charge €5 for a day.

  • The park offers free Wi-Fi for all the visitors
  • Although you can pay with both cash and credit card in the park, it’s recommended that guests stick to electronic money transfers.
  • Loro Parque allows smoking. However, you are only allowed to smoke in specific smoking areas.
  • Pet’s are, unfortunately, not allowed. 
  • There is also a Lost & Found. You can find your lost belongings by talking to the public relations crew.
  • The park offers baby strollers at a rental price of €5 per day with a €45 deposit which will be refunded when the stroller is returned.
  • The majority of the Loro Parque attractions are accessible by wheelchair to those with disabilities. 
  • The park offers wheelchairs to rent. The park does take a €30 deposit, which is refunded when it is returned. It is recommended you call the Loro Parque and reserve the wheelchair at least 72 hours in advance.
  • There is also the option of renting an electric wheelchair. The park charges a rental price of €14.30 and a refundable deposit of €30. 
  • You are required to bring your photo id with you on the day of your visit to the wheelchair pickup spot.

  • Once you’ve purchased the ticket you are required to confirm on the website. This applies to annual pass holders as well.
  • The exhibitions and shows are subject to modifications. So, keep track of the timetable on the official website. 
  • Visitors are only allowed to carry professional photographic equipment with prior permission.
  • Go to the park during the week specifically on Tuesdays and Fridays as it’s less likely to be crowded.
  • Start the tour during the morning at 9.30 AM when the park opens as you’ll need an entire day to cover the highlights. 
  • In order to avoid queues, it’s better to go to the shows in advance before it begins.
  • It’s also best if you wear comfortable shoes as you’re going to be on your feet.
  • Additionally, it’s better to carry a water bottle with you as it will prevent frequent trips to the cafeteria.
  • In addition to comfy shoes, all visitors will benefit from carrying a pair of sunglasses. You can start the tour from the back as this will make it less likely to bump into crowds.
  • It’s always best to plan your visit rather than wing it.

In Loro Parque, there are multiple places where you can relax and enjoy food. Here are some of the popular eateries around the park.

  • Loritaly pizza shop: Open from Thursday to Monday
  • Patio Loro: Open from Tuesday to Saturday
  • Vista Teide coffee shop: Open from Monday to Friday
  • Kiosk Sea Lions: Open from Wednesday to Sunday
  • Kiosk Pizza: Open from Saturday to Wednesday
  • Kiosk Loro Show: Open from Thursday to Tuesday
  • Pizza shop: Open from Friday to Tuesday
  • Brunelli’s: Open Monday to Thursday (Located in the front of the park)

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Frequently Asked Questions About Loro Parque

What is Loro Parque?

Loro Parque is a 33-acre zoo near Puerto de la Cruz in Tenerife, Spain of the Canary Islands. It houses various animal and plant species. It has one of the largest collections of Parrots in the world.

Where is Loro Parque located?

Loro Parque is located in the Canary Islands. It is specifically located at Av. Loro Parque, s/n, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain.

What are Loro Parque's opening hours?

Loro Parque is open Monday to Sunday from 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM.

What’s the best time to visit Loro Parque?

The best time to visit Loro Park would be the summer months of July and August. As for the days, it’s best to visit either on Tuesday or Friday as there will be very few people. 

How much time do you need at Loro Parque?

A minimum of 6 hours is recommended if you want to cover the main highlights and a few hidden gems. However, if you want to relax and eat something, then it’s best to put aside the entire day. 

What is unique about Loro Parque?

Other than having the world’s largest collection of parrots, Loro Parque also has the largest shark tunnel, Europe’s largest Dolphin Show, and the world’s largest Penguin Exhibit.

Is Loro Parque an outdoor or indoor park?

It’s a hybrid park that consists of multiple indoor and outdoor exhibits.

How much do Loro Parque tickets cost?

Loro Parque tickets cost 37€ for adults and 25€ for children. 

Where can I purchase Loro Parque tickets?

Although there is a ticket counter at the park, it’s best to purchase the tickets online through their website. This will help you plan ahead.

What are the best things to do inside Loro Parque?

In addition to the various animal exhibits inside Loro Parque, there are various eateries and shows. 

How many rides are there inside Loro Parque?

Loro Parque is more of a Zoological institution. The only ride in the park is a rollercoaster found in the Kinderlandia region of the park.

Is Loro Parque suitable for toddlers?

Yes, Loro Parque is extremely kid-friendly. There is even a portion of the park dedicated to children. 

Is there any dress code inside Loro Parque?

Although there isn’t a specific dress code, the park does recommend visitors wear comfortable clothing.

Is outside food allowed in Loro Parque? 

Yes, you can carry food inside, there are also specific picnic zones where you can eat the food.

What type of restaurants does Loro Parque offer? 

Loro Parque houses various eateries, from pizzerias and traditional restaurants to steakhouses. 

Are lockers available inside Loro Parque?

There are no locker services at the park. So, it’s best to travel light. 

Is there a free parking space inside Loro Parque?

Although Loro Parque does offer parking services, you will have to pay for a spot. The park charges 5 euros for parking.

How do I contact Loro Parque? 

You can contact Loro Parque by calling their official number (+34) 922 373 841.