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Loro Park: Tickets

Come face to face with everything from gorillas and hippos to alligators and flamingos on a fun family day out at Loro Park. The zoo is home to an incredible array of exotic animal and plant species, with sea lion shows and dolphin displays to keep you entertained.

Your Loro Park tickets give you access to the underwater Zen Garden, as well as Planet Penguin where these comical birds waddle about in real snow.

How much do Loro Park tickets cost?

Spending the day at Loro Park is a great way to have some family fun in the sun without it costing too much. Here are the different entry fees:

The Loro Park tickets price is as follows:

  • Adults (11 years and over): €38
  • Children (6 – 11 years): €26
  • Infants (0 – 5 years): free

If you want to include a shuttle bus transfer from the south of the island, the Loro Park rate is:

  • Adults (11 years and over): €51.50
  • Children (6 – 11 years): €34
  • Infants (0 – 5 years): free

Loro Park tickets that include a €15 lunch voucher to be used at one of the restaurants onsite cost:

  • Adults (11 years and over): €52
  • Children (6 – 11 years): €34

Are there any combined tickets or tours including Loro Park and other attractions?

Combining Loro Park tours with tickets for other attractions is the perfect way to save time and money during your vacation. You can easily visit a couple of places in a single day and have twice the fun!

  • Loro Park tickets and Siam Park entry: combine two of the best theme parks in Tenerife with a day full of wildlife and water slides.

Should you book Loro Park tickets in advance?

Loro Park tickets can be booked online ahead of your visit so you can reserve the best timeslot on your preferred date. The park can host a certain number of visitors each day, and places fill up fast.

Reserving in advance also means you can compare Loro Park ticket prices on TourScanner to ensure you find the best deal.

What will you see inside Loro Park?

Loro Park is home to all the big hitters that you would expect to find in a zoo. Lions, meerkats, and red pandas are family favorites but you’ll encounter sloths and chimps too.  Your Loro Park ticket gives you access to several different attractions inside the zoo. Here are some of the top picks:


Luminous jellyfish are the stars of the show at this mesmerizing underwater exhibition. Watch as these otherworldly sea creatures float gracefully through the aquarium and learn about their unique marine habitat. Other AquaViva inhabitants include blacktip reef sharks and hundreds of tropical fish.

Animal shows

Throughout the day there are several exhibitions that are included in your Loro Park entrance fee. Popular shows feature sea lions, parrots, dolphins, and orcas. Check the schedule and plan your visit around the performances so you don’t miss a trick.

Zen Garden

This surreal underwater garden reveals a world modeled on the majestic mountain ranges in Asia. Reminiscent of the lost city of Atlantis, Zen Garden has a meditative feel, with plenty of colorful fish to keep you entertained.


Kids love playing on suspended bridges and sliding through tunnels at Kinderlandia. There’s a roller coaster too, as well as face painting, music, and games.

Where is Loro Park located?

Loro Park is on the outskirts of Puerto de la Cruz in northern Tenerife. A free shuttle service called the “Loro Parque Express” runs several times daily between the Plaza de los Reyes Católicos and the park.

There is also a dedicated paid bus service from resorts in the south of the island, and tickets can be purchased on the Loro Park website.

When is the best time to visit Loro Park?

Loro Park is very popular, so to avoid the crowds it’s best to arrive first thing in the morning or later during the afternoon. Loro Park entry is from 9.30 AM so have an early breakfast and be there when the gates open.

Weekends tend to be the busiest times, so try and schedule your Loro Park visit for a day during the week if you can.

Which other theme parks can be visited in Tenerife?

Travel tips

  • Book your Loro Park tickets in advance of your visit so you can compare prices online and bag the cheapest deals.
  • There are several cafes and kiosks where you can buy food, with everything from pizza to steak on offer.
  • Wear comfortable footwear as there will be lots of walking, and don’t forget the sunscreen.
  • Check the Loro Park schedule to see what shows are on during your visit. Arrive early at the exhibitions to avoid having to queue.
  • Pushchair rental is available for €5 per day if you have a baby.