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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.
Described as “a piece of Saharan Africa in the midst of the Atlantic,” Oasis Park allows visitors to view and appreciate animals—many of which live in a semi-free environment—up close and personal. The 247-acre park is home to three botanical gardens, sea lions, lemurs, African spurred tortoise, Cuvier’s gazelle, elephants, and many more species. You can also take a camel safari around the property.
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).
Get up-close to exotic animals at Oasis Park Fuerteventura. Travel to this popular zoo-park by air-conditioned coach and see elephants, flamingos, hippos, giraffe, lemurs, and more. Plus, watch live sea lion, birds of prey, reptile, and parrot shows, and enjoy the botanical gardens and restaurants (own expense). Alternatively, choose the Safari Experience option and ride a camel through palm groves and hills outside the park. Hotel pickup and drop-off at select Fuerteventura hotels included.
Discover an entertaining and unexpected side of Gran Canaria when you visit Sioux City Park in Bahía Feliz. Originally built as a film set in the 1970s, this landmark has become an immersive theme park. Step back into the Wild West during your visit: venture into the saloon, watch a bank robbery in action, and meet the town’s sheriff. Free, round-trip bus transit is available for select locations.
Let yourself be seduced by the native flora and fauna that make this island of Fuerteventura a protected natural space and visit the mountain of La Caldera, the Martiño Lighthouse, El Puertito or its crystalline beaches.
The largest collection of alligators in all of Europe call Cocodrilo Park their home. With this tour, save time waiting in a ticket line while contributing to the welfare of the 500 animals on display at this kid-approved park. Free transfer from Maspalomas and Puerto Rico saves you even more time and makes getting to the park a breeze.
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.
Las Montañas del Fuego (Mountains of Fire) are a stunning range of red and black peaks that were created as a result of volcanoes in the 1700s. Some describe this area of Timanfaya National Park as similar to the moon. Witness the magic for yourself and guarantee your entry to the park by pre-booking your admission ticket. Having the ticket in advance saves time waiting in long ticket lines, which means more time to explore.
Nature fans—this one’s for you! Discover a spectacular example of Lanzarote’s natural beauty by visiting the lava cave system of Cueva de los Verdes. Avoid the hassle of being stuck in long visitor lines by booking your ticket in advance. The cave is brought to life with beautiful lighting, thanks to the creativity of artist Jesús Soto, and is a true natural wonder to see when visiting Lanzarote.
Enter César Manrique’s magical world of lava caves and incredible natural beauty by visiting Jameos del Agua. The art, culture, and tourism center consists of a museum, gardens, a restaurant, salt lake, pool, and auditorium. Pre-booking a ticket means you'll save time waiting in long ticket lines so you have longer to explore the caves.
César Manrique was one of Lanzarote’s most famous artists and architects. Appreciate one of his top architectural creations by visiting the spectacular Mirador del Rio (Rio viewpoint). Booking a ticket in advance saves the hassle of waiting in long ticket lines, and guarantees your entry. Highlights include the unusual sculptures that hang off the ceiling, and the incredible panoramic island views of Rio—a strait between La Graciosa and Lanzarote.
Discover the beauty of the cactus gardens designed by the renowned Lanzarote artist Cesar Manrique with your admission ticket to the Jardín de Cactus. Situated in the supernatural terrain of an abandoned rock quarry, the cactus garden boasts more than 4,500 cactus specimens from around the world. Light refreshments are available for purchase at the cafe, which was also designed by Manrique and showcases his artistic flair.
Treat the family to a day of fun at Corralejo's Acua Water Park—the only aqua park on Fuerteventura —and save yourself time and planning on the ground by booking in advance. Each ticket provides all-day access to Acua’s 14 and more rides, including daredevil chutes, wave pools, a slow river, splash lagoons, sunloungers, and hot tubs, and also gives you the benefit of complimentary car parking and WiFi on top.
Spend a day riding waterslides and basking in the sunshine with admission to Aquapark, one of the largest and most popular water parks in Lanzarote. This ticket provides entrance to the park so you can enjoy its kid-friendly attractions, as well as transportation from Playa Blanca or Puerto del Carmen.
The palm trees and desert-like landscapes of southern Gran Canaria have echoes of Arabia, making them a perfect backdrop for camel rides. This visit to the Arteara Camel Park offers exactly that and more: with entrance fees, a camel trek, snack lunch, and return transport included. Settle onto your camel, soak in the palm-laden scenery as you follow the trails, and finish with a mint tea and snack.
Guarantee your entry to one of Lanzarote’s most fun-filled and family-friendly attractions by booking your entrance ticket to Aquapark Costa Teguise in advance. The water park’s selection of exhilarating slides, such as Whirlwind and Kamikaze, delight thrill seekers, while kids stay entertained in the child-friendly lagoon area. Relax in a Jacuzzi, head to the indoor paintball arena, or try your hand at an obstacle course in an electric car. Entrance tickets are valid between the park’s opening hours of 10am and 6pm.
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.
Take advantage of Lanzarote’s ample sunshine and warm temperatures and plan a visit to the Aqualava Waterpark, located at Playa Blanca. Home to five waterslides, a lazy river, a play area just for kids, and more, Aqualava offers an entertaining day out for visitors of all ages. Save yourself hassle and secure your admission in advance; for added convenience, optional round-trip shuttle service to area hotels is included as an add-on.
The Poema del Mar Aquarium in Gran Canaria has more than 350 different species of fish and marine life from all around the world. With this prepaid admission ticket, skip the line and head straight inside, where you can spend as long as you like exploring the aquarium. Visit all three exhibition zones—the ‘Jungle’, the ‘Reef’, and the ‘Deep Sea’—and learn all about the different ecosystems and marine life.
Skip the line by pre-booking your entrance to Lanzarote Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the Canary Islands. With the time you save, you can better explore the 33 fish tanks, which are home to hundreds of marine species including sharks, turtles, and clown fish. Get close to sea urchins and sea cucumbers in the interactive pools and combine entertainment with education by viewing displays about current threats to ocean life.
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.
Sun-drenched Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands, is celebrated for the natural beauty of its Timanfaya National Park. Travelers avoid the hassle of booking transportation—and navigating the park's 19 square miles (49 square kilometers)—on this hassle-free, guided tour. Easily get around on an air-conditioned bus to see the colorful, rocky landscape, and end your tour with an included wine tasting. Upgrade with the camel ride option to experience the volcanic landscape up close.