The “must do” of the Canary Islands. An unforgettable experience in the Canarian paradise.
The entire team at Loro Parque and the family of animals have again been selected by users of TripAdvisor as Europe’s number one zoo and the second best in the world; a great success that Loro Parque wishes to share with all its visitors. What is more, Loro Parque continues to increase its family of animals with two new and incredible male gorillas, lovely otters, tiny baby marmosets, bamboo sharks, manta rays, penguins and many others that, together with the stupendous parrots, make a visit to Loro Parque into an unmissable stop on your holiday on the island.
To the famous sea lion, dolphin and orca shows, which excite and fascinate old and young alike, and to such attractions as the world-famous KatandraTreetops, the Aquarium and Shark Tunnel, and PlanetPenguin, which with over two hundred penguins recreates the largest and most realistic Antarctic environment in the world, should be added new first-rate shows, foremost among which are:
Orca Ocean is considered to be the most innovative and modern installation in the world, built especially with the wellbeing of its six spectacular orcas in mind, as well as the awareness-raising activities with the public. With a completely renewed facility, this is the best moment to appreciate the majesty and intelligence of these magnificent animals.
This new jellyfish attraction is one of the best and largest ever seen in the world and we are convinced that it will fascinate all our visitors. Colour and motion go hand in hand to create a natural spectacle of unequalled beauty.
ANIMAL EMBASSY reflects the contribution of Loro Parque and Loro Parque Foundation to a world which is more and more subject to great environmental pressure caused by humans. Through large picture windows, the visitor can observe the work of scientists both in the clinic and in the leading-edge laboratory. Following the lines set by such researchers as Wolfgang Köhler, who made Puerto de la Cruz renowned for his research with primates, the Max Planck Institute has installed its cognitive research and study centre for parrots here.
RIO, THE 3D EXPERIENCE Since 1988, Loro Parque and, subsequently, the Loro Parque Foundation, have supported the famous Spix’s Macaw conservation project, one of the world’s leading initiatives aimed at saving this marvellous species from extinction. RIO, the film, adapts this story to the cinema in an enjoyable, entertaining, emotive and spectacular way in a 3D version for Loro Parque that visitors can take in at the Naturavisión cinema.
Loro Parque, a unique experience in the Canarian paradise.