Nature in its purest state then enter the world of animal exploration.
We ascend to the National Park of Las Cañadas del Teide ( the oldest national parks of the Canary Islands , the most visited in Europe and tenth in the world, and one of the 12 Treasures of Spain we take in the village of Vilaflor the highest village in Spain ( in the county of Abona ) , a town 1,414 meters. It is the least populated municipality on the island and has no coast. Here was born in the seventeenth century the first Canarian saint Hermano Pedro.
We then visit the spectacular Loro Parque in Puerto de la Cruz , one of the attractions of Tenerife which records the most visitors per year . This theme park that combines tropical and sub-tropical gardens and zoo encompasses 135,000 square feet in its facilities numerous species of flora (orchids , cactus and dragon trees ) and fauna (chimpanzees , dolphins , flamingos , sea lions , orcas , penguins or tigers ) . In addition to offering a range of performances among which are dolphins, parrots, whales or parrots , the exhibition features dolphinarium and aquarium service restaurants and picnic areas.
Open since 1972 , this theme park has had so far over 40 million visitors. The Loro Parque Foundation , meanwhile , promoted since its inception in 1994 the protection, conservation and recovery of endangered species. It has also participated in European breeding programmes for endangered species like the cariamarillo or hyacinth macaw parrot.
Children Aged: from 6 to 11: pay the entrance.
Children Mini Aged from 2-5: don´t pay the entrance.