Park Las Aquilas Jungle Park

Park Las Aquilas Jungle Park, Arona: Hours, Address, Park Las Aquilas Jungle Park Reviews: 4/5

Park Las Aquilas Jungle Park

Park Las Aquilas Jungle Park
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10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Monday
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Tuesday
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Wednesday
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Thursday
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Saturday
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Sunday
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
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2-3 hours
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kirstymanndesign
Sheffield, UK2 contributions
Jan 2022 • Family
We recently went to Jungle Park with our toddler. We had a fantastic morning, and were amazed by the park, planting and beautiful enclosures. The animals are a bit spread out but it really does feel like exploring a jungle. But our day was totally ruined by completely inadequate catering. We started trying to get lunch at 12.45 and didn't eat until half 3! With snacks running out and a hungry toddler to deal with, it really did ruin our day and meant we didn't have much of the afternoon left when we finally ate. The park had shut their fast food place, presumably because it was low season, but the only other was a restaurant where there were nowhere near enough tables and families were hovering around desperately trying to grab the first free one (no queueing system). If I went again I would take a packed lunch and enjoy more of the park!
Written January 16, 2022
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Darja L
Tartu, Estonia15 contributions
Dec 2021
The park is situated nicely close to Costa Adeje / Playa de las Americas, so we took a taxi to visit it. The tickets can be purchased in advance via the webpage and it also has information on the 'shows' (feeding of animals). The park itself is very nice and is a perfect place where to be on a sunny day, as it has several shady areas; the number of stops where you can buy food/drinks is very limited, though, but that might be because of COVID. What I was unsure about, is the size of cages, and I also think that taking photos with birds at the entrance should not be compulsory - the birds have to stay there all day and they look exhausted. The keepers tried to mention some environmental aspects at the beginning of the shows, which might be educative for the kids, and the shows themselves were more about playing and feeding (not just tricks for the public), which was good. I think the staff try their best, but the conditions can be improved, even at the cost of being 'less touristy'. I'd prefer to see less animals and from further away, but be sure that they feel OK in the captivity.
Written January 4, 2022
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Go194801
1 contribution
Dec 2021 • Family
Astonishingly poor standards of welfare and space for the animals. The concrete surfaces and enclosures must be desperately depressing for the beautiful wildlife.
Written December 21, 2021
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jas7651
London, UK93 contributions
Nov 2021
Our day at the Jungle Park was enjoyable.

The park is on the larger side, so wear something comfortable as their will be a lot of walking.

The animals appeared to be well looked after and the park does hold a larger variety of different species. The Birds of Pray show was great and a must watch.

The main downside to the park is the restaurant. It is far to expensive for the quality of food it serves. I understand that parks usually have premium for in house restaurants, but usually the quality of food is reasonable. i am afraid in this case, I cannot say it was.
Written November 28, 2021
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DanW0000
Sheffield, UK358 contributions
Nov 2021 • Couples
Had a great day visiting the park.

The enclosures were relatively large and you could see the animals were well looked after. Shows were incredibly entertaining, the sea lions, penguins and birds of prey.

Park was relatively quiet which made the day more enjoyable.

We also had an amazing time swimming with sea lions. Admittedly, this was an additional 150 euros for the two plus photographs however, well worth the experience in a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Food and Drink was incredibly expensive however, and everything was additional but this would be expected after the 18 months that we have had…
Written November 23, 2021
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Sarah
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK46 contributions
Nov 2021 • Couples
We enjoyed our visit to Jungle Park today, It is well looked after and is full of beautiful greenery and flowers. There is plenty to see and the enclosures are well kept and most animals are accompanied by another. The down fall would be the restaurant. Extremely over priced and not nice in the slightest!! Other than that, lovely day out.
Written November 18, 2021
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alanrwood
Wolverhampton, UK1 contribution
Nov 2021 • Couples
When entering the park there were 2 staff members stopping people to have photos with the parrots. When I tried to walk past him he very rudely told me to return to the queue and wait my turn
I told them I had a bird allergy but he forced the parrots on my shoulders I pushed them off and he shouted at me. I then had a sneezing fit which upset all the customers around me
The shows were good
Written November 15, 2021
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A R
1 contribution
Nov 2021 • Couples
DO NOT VISIT PLEASE - 2021

This is the worst. Animal cages are too small and too low (for the birds). Upon entering we HAD to take pictures with birds whose wings were definitely cut.

Next, you passed the eagles and the falcons who were chained and could only move 1 meter from left to right (see picture). It was awful and it was 100% animal abuse.

We did not watch the shows as they are the cause for the birds being chained, and the sea lions having a small tank.

On an island of 15m2, there were two monkeys who sat on a pole depressed and sad. Many monkeys looked sad and deserve to be free.

Please do not support this park, as you are paying for them to continue their animal abuse.
Written November 12, 2021
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Zsolt
Gyongyos, Hungary3 contributions
Oct 2021 • Family
Nice zoo for a family with children under 10-12. The attractions are more or less Okay, the bird flight is very nice, but hard to spent the whole day.
Written October 22, 2021
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Lucygillerrr123
Gloucestershire, UK1 contribution
Oct 2021 • Family
I don’t often write reviews, but I definitely wouldn’t recommend visiting this place! I’ll keep it short and sweet.

• Enclosures are ridiculously small! Like how is it allowed? The animals just look completely unhappy and underweight.

• As you walk in, there’s a lady who takes photos of you with the birds. She is extremely rude and very pushy when it comes to buying the photos.

• the advertising leaflets are completely misleading as they don’t have half of the animals there! For example the leaflets say about a black panther and lots of wild cats, there aren’t any!

• Food is disgustingly expensive

• all the shows are finished by 1.30 so we missed every single one.

I’d definitely avoid this place completely!
Written October 16, 2021
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