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Discover one of Tenerife’s most thrilling and extensive waterparks on your next trip. Opened in 2008, Siam Park features waterslides, a lazy river, a wave pool, and many more attractions. Secure your admission in advance, and choose from a number of different tour options: standard admission, admission with included lunch, a deluxe pass with all-inclusive service and a fast pass, or Champagne club entry which comes with a bottle of bubbly.
Siam Park is the largest water park in Europe, built on an area of 185,000 m2 and set in the former Kingdom of Siam: The kingdom of water!
One of the greatest experiences you can find in the Siam Park is the artificial wave machine up to three meters high. Let yourself be seduced by the stunning white sand beach and the largest artificial wave in the world, or if you prefer, relax on the exotic promenade of the crystal clear waters of the Mai Thai River.
Other of the most representative attractions of the Siam Park are: The Tower of Power (Tower of Power), a slide of 28 meters, almost vertical, that will leave you speechless; The Slow River (Sawasdee River), ideal for the whole family and The Lost City (Lost City), a true water fortress for children that adults love.
Pre-purchase admission to the Jungle Park in Tenerife to save time and hassle during your vacation. Then, use the return shuttle buses that run from select locations to the park, and see up to 500 animals in the jungle-style surroundings. Stroll the walkways and bridges to view white lions, tigers, orangutans, penguins, and more; ride the toboggan run, watch bird-of-prey shows, and refuel at the food outlets (additional cost).
Camel Park was the first camel center in Tenerife. We started in 1988 with 15 camels on a banana plantation in Guaza. In 1993 we already had 60 animals.
At present we own a finca, restaurant and organize camel rides. Come and meet us.
Explore the northern side of Tenerife on a full-day, comprehensive guided tour. Follow a carefully curated itinerary that ensures you won't miss a thing; listen to guided commentary on the area's history, culture, and modern life. Highlights include the UNESCO-listed ancient capital of La Laguna, the La Esperanza Forest, Teide National Park, and the cities of Icod and Garachico.
Marvel over the wonders of outer space at the world’s largest solar observatory – the Teide Observatory in Tenerife. Climb the 2,400-meter (7,900-foot) peak of Mt Teide Volcano and embark on a 2-hour guided tour of the famous observatory. Discover its importance in research and monitoring solar activity; take a peek at the solar and nocturnal telescopes; and learn why the Canary Islands is one for the best places in the world for observing the sky.
Experience the spectacular marine life at Poema del Mar with this excursion from Tenerife. After boarding a Fred Olsen ferry—various departure times are offered—enjoy a complimentary bus ride upon arrival in Gran Canaria and spend the day exploring Poema del Mar’s 1.9 million gallon (7.5 million liter) salt and freshwater tanks.
Ascend Tenerife Island’s Mount Teide, a massive volcano and the highest peak in all of Spain by cable car to watch an incredible sunset. Climb 11,663-feet (3,555-meters) to the top in your private (maximum 90-people) cable car, soaring over craters, lava flows, and rocky terrain. At the summit, go to the Pico Viejo lookout to take in the spectacular colors filling the sky as the sun dips below the horizon.
Spend time in the historic center of La Orotava and learn about its old stately homes on this fascinating tour that delves in Tenerife’s past. The ornate mansion of La Casa de Los Balcones dates back to the 17th century and depicts the lives of its past wealthy inhabitants. You won’t have to worry about finding somewhere to eat, as a delicious Chinyero menu lunch with dishes such as creamy pumpkin soup is included.
Discover one of Tenerife’s prettiest corners, and enjoy the freedom to explore at your own pace, when you book advance tickets to the Palmetum Botanical Garden. A former municipal dump that has since been transformed into a lovely nature sanctuary, the garden is home to over 2,000 plant species, and is particularly renowned for its collection of palm trees. Upon arrival, wander its trails, soak up the scenery, and even spot rare birds.
Go off the tourist track and discover an unconventional Tenerife attraction. Booking your ticket in advance guarantees your entry to Artlandya, a traditional Canarian house with a twist: It's filled with hundreds of dolls and teddy bears crafted by more than 50 artists from around the world. This is an experience like no other on the island.
Secure admission in advance and save time once you’re on Tenerife with this ticket to the Pyramids de Guimar Ethnographic Park. Travel independently to the east-coast park to view its six mysterious lava-stone pyramids, believed by many—including the park’s founder, Thor Heyerdahl—to be the work of ancient civilizations. Uncover the theories behind the pyramids, visit the museum, and explore the themed gardens showcasing Tenerife’s exotic plants.
There is no better place than Oasis Los Gigantes where you can refresh yourself with the best water facilities in Santiago del Teide. You can find us at Los Gigantes, a perfect place that will offer you an endless number of reasons to spend an unforgettable day with your family.
We have completely renovated our facilities, to offer a wide range of new possibilities and services to our customers.- Warm seawater swimmingpool- New disabled ramp- New and extensive gardens- New water games.
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The Parque del Drago is one of Tenerife’s most popular parks, famous for its 1000-year-old Icod Dragon tree—the oldest on the island. This admission ticket lets you skip the ticket queues and head straight inside, where you can spend as long as you like exploring the park’s gardens, cave, and viewing terraces.
Students can save on the cost of the admission ticket to La Casa de Los Balcones (Casa Fonseca) museum and enjoy a self-guided tour of this 17th-century home. See typical Canary Islands artifacts and tools, gorgeous antique furniture and architecture, and Calados needlework. Get great photo ops as you delve into the culture and history of the Canary Islands.
The military simulation game of Airsoft has captured fans’ attention with its blend of sharp-shooting, team tactics, and XXX. On this tour, bring your team work and collaborative skills to the fore and try your hand at Airsoft at one of the finest Airsoft centers in Spain. With safety equipment and 470 ammunition balls included, enjoy the freedom to play for as long as you like.
In the tour of the farm, which you can do through guided routes, you can also see the cultivation of bananas in addition to other fruit trees such as orange, avocado, papaya, guava, etc. There is also a large collection of cacti and native plants.
They have a museum with tools and utensils typical of country life, a gofio mill (roasted corn), a model of the south of the island of Tenerife, a lake decorated with the Canary Islands and domestic animals: camel, donkey, goat , sheep, chickens, ducks ...
In the bazaar of Aloe Park Tenerife, you can taste the banana liquor and get a typical souvenir, while they will give you a special gift for having visited them.
Access all of the exhibits at the Pyramids de Guimar Ethnographic Park on Tenerife by booking your premium ticket to this open-air museum and botanical garden. With the premium ticket you can take a self-guided tour of six lava-stone pyramids with mysterious origins; learn about Polynesia in exhibits on Easter Island and navigation in the Pacific; and walk through the poisonous fauna of the Poison Garden.
The volcanic landscapes of Mount Teide National Park—including Spain’s highest peak, Mt. Teide (El Teide)—are a highlight of Tenerife. Enjoy unforgettable views of otherworldly terrain and a hit of adrenaline with a tandem paraglide ride. Taking off from an altitude of 7,545 feet (2,300 meters), you’ll float down to ground level in about 30–40 minutes, leaving you plenty of time to soak it all up.