Loro Parque reopens Orca Ocean
Loro Parque at Puerto de la Cruz has been flying the flag for Tenerife for the last 41 years and is probably the island’s most famous attraction.
Everyone who visits is enchanted because it is beautiful, immaculately well-kept and has only the best interests of its “occupants” at heart. Every conceivable care is taken to provide the animals with the ultimate living conditions and the Loro Parque Foundation invests millions in research and saving endangered species across the globe.
The park is fantastically landscaped and green and you meander along shaded pathways between the attractions, stopping off to watch the incredible shows with the dolphins, whales and birds. You will step inside the huge aquarium and seven themed exhibits, stand on the revolving platform as you marvel at the penguins and watch in awe at the multitude of animals which include flamingos, iguanas, otters, tigers, tortoises, sea lions, jaguars, chimps and alligators.
There are restaurants and cafes, places to rest, Katandra Treetops to explore, a Thai village, an aviary, parrot museum, Kinderlandia for children, a cinema under an impressive glass dome and so much more.