Visiting Loro Park

Loro Parque is a zoo and amusement park that is home to a wide variety of animals, including parrots, penguins, dolphins, and gorillas.

The park covers an area of approximately 135,000 square meters and features exhibits such as the “Katandra Treetops” (a bird aviary), “Penguin Planet” (home to different species of penguins), and “Orca Ocean” (a show featuring killer whales).

In addition to animal exhibits, Loro Parque also has a range of amusement park rides, including a roller coaster and a water ride. There are also several restaurants and cafes on site, offering a range of dining options.

Loro Parque is committed to conservation and sustainability, and participates in a number of conservation projects around the world. The park has received numerous awards for its commitment to animal welfare and environmental sustainability.

Things to see at Loro Park

  1. Katandra Treetops: This bird aviary is home to a wide variety of birds, including parrots, toucans, and hornbills. Visitors can walk through the aviary and see the birds up close.
  2. Orca Ocean: This show features killer whales performing a variety of tricks and stunts. Visitors can learn about these amazing animals and their behavior in the wild.
  3. Planet Penguin: This exhibit is home to a variety of penguin species, including King Penguins, Humboldt Penguins, and Rockhopper Penguins. Visitors can watch the penguins swim and play in their specially designed habitat.
  4. Gorilla Jungle: This exhibit is home to a group of Western Lowland Gorillas. Visitors can watch the gorillas interact with each other and see their natural behavior.
  5. Thai Village: This area of the park is designed to look like a traditional Thai village, complete with traditional architecture and landscaping. Visitors can see Asian elephants and tigers in this area of the park.
  6. Aquarium: Loro Parque has a large aquarium that is home to a variety of fish and marine animals, including sharks, rays, and sea turtles. Visitors can watch the animals swim through the tanks and learn about marine conservation.
  7. Loro Show: This show features a variety of parrot species, including macaws and cockatoos. The birds perform a variety of tricks and entertain visitors with their colorful personalities.
  8. Botanical Garden: Loro Parque has a large botanical garden that is home to a variety of plants and trees from around the world. Visitors can walk through the garden and learn about different plant species.



Our Tips

  • The park is pretty big so plan for a good view hours to visit the whole park
  • We have heard that the shows earlier in the day are better as the animales can get a little bored or tired by the end.
  • You can do a lot of walking at the park so wear comfy shoes
  • There can be big gaps between the performances so plan your visit around the performances you want to see the most.