Loro Parque is designed so that anyone can comfortably enjoy all areas and activities in the park. These are some of the services you will find:
Yes, you can do it yourself through our website
Children under 11 get free entry to the Park, provided they are accompanied by an adult with a paid ticket.
It is only on sale inside the park. You must buy it before leaving our facilities, as it is linked to your identity.
We do not give refunds, but our tickets are valid indefinitely and you can use them at any time in the future.
Children from 6 to 11 years of age pay children’s tickets.
Local and national police and the Guardia Civil based in the park’s municipality get free admission for themselves, their spouses, and children. The other people accompanying them must pay a normal ticket. Local and national police and Guardia Civil from the rest of Spain enjoy a 25% discount in their ticket, that of their spouse and children. The other people accompanying them must pay a normal ticket.
We do not have a discount for large families, however, children under 6 years old have free admission and children between 6 and 11 years old pay a special price.
You must be registered as a resident in the Canary Islands and prove it showing your certificate of registration, your national identity document (DNI) or foreigner’s identity Number (NIE).
People with an officially recognised disability of +60% are entitled to a special rate:
- Adult: 20,50€
- Child: 14,50€
- Resident adult: 14,00€ • Resident child: 10,00€
To purchase a ticket at a special disability price, please go to our information office and show your certificate, card, or medical report. You will also need to show your photo ID.
At Plaza de los Reyes Católicos from 9:00 and every 20 minutes. It will take you free of charge to Loro Parque in a comfortable journey through Puerto de la Cruz, on which you will enjoy some of the most emblematic streets of the municipality.
Our top priority is animal welfare, so we do not offer interactions with the animals under our care. This way, we avoid unnecessary stress for the animals and recreate conditions similar to the wild.
Yes, you just need to get a stamp at the ticket office.