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Las Águilas Jungle Park
Las Águilas Jungle Park

Las Águilas Jungle Park

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Urb. Águilas del Teide, s/n, Km. 3, Arona, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 38640

The Basics

Situated near Tenerife’s Los Cristianos beach, Las Águilas Jungle Park is an interactive, family-friendly destination. Learn about animals via exhibitions, such as exotic bird shows, penguin feeding demonstrations, birds of prey flights, and sea lion shows. For an extra fee, you can get in the water with sea lions. Buy admission tickets in advance to save time. Meanwhile, travelers on a budget can also pick up a combo ticket for Las Águilas Jungle Park and Aqualand.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Las Águilas Jungle Park is an ideal Tenerife destination for families with small children.

  • Save money and time by booking tickets to Las Águilas Jungle Park in advance.

  • Las Águilas Jungle Park has an on-site gift shop and several snack kiosks.

  • Steep hills and uneven ground may make Las Águilas Jungle Park difficult to navigate with a wheelchair or stroller.

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How to Get There

Las Águilas Jungle Park is easily accessible via free shuttle bus from several hotels and resorts in Costa Adeje, Los Cristianos, and Playa de las Américas. Four departures are scheduled daily with shuttles between 9am and noon. Check online for exact timings and stops.

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When to Get There

Las Águilas Jungle Park is open daily, year-round. Tickets are sold until 4:30pm. There are a range of daily animal exhibitions, such as sea lion shows and penguin feedings. Check the website for exact exhibition schedules before your visit.

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Animal Attractions in Tenerife

Wildlife and nature lovers will find plenty more to see and do on Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands. After stopping by Las Águilas Jungle Park, consider a visit to Loro Parque (Parrot Park). Or, if you’d prefer to see creatures in their natural habitat, opt for a dolphin- or whale-watching excursion.

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