Amusement Parks in Tenerife

Top Theme Parks in Tenerife, Spain

Tenerife Water & Amusement Parks

  • Traveler favorites
    Things to do ranked using Tripadvisor data including reviews, ratings, photos, and popularity.
  • Traveler ranking
    Highest rated attractions on Tripadvisor, based on traveler reviews.
Water & Amusement Parks
Traveler rating
Good for
11 places sorted by traveler favorites
Things to do ranked using Tripadvisor data including reviews, ratings, photos, and popularity.

What travelers are saying

  • Ryan B
    5 contributions
    A fabulous day. There was plenty to keep us entertained for the whole day. A variety of slides that suit all thrill levels. The queues were pretty short (we were there out of peak season) meaning we got to go on every attraction, and most multiple times.
    The only downside is the paths can be hot and a bit sharp on your feet so I recommend the water shoes.
    Written May 22, 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Emma L
    3 contributions
    Always a fabulous place to visit except the new PA system that is so loud and unnecessary it Ruins the experience. It’s a throw back to 1970’s british holiday camps 😩. The money would have been better spent on better food and service in the restaurants.
    The central bar is as good as ever with great friendly staff.
    Why can’t we pay for umbrellas at the kiosks as we used to? The new system of paying on entry is stupid, you may not want one when you enter???
    Written May 17, 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Joana R
    1 contribution
    It was amazing and fun. The instructor is very friendly and helpful. My group had a lot of fun, it's a great experience.
    Written June 24, 2017
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Oliver M
    5 contributions
    Went to jungle park and for an extra €10 you can get tickets for aqualand. Not a busy morning. Arived at 10am and was gone by 12pm. The park needs some work doing to it, some of the rides seemed unsafe with one being made wet with a hose pipe. The rings for the rides were confusing as they all had different colours to acording to the slide you go on. Majority of the slided did not seem safe.

    The water is salty, just like the ocean and if you have swim trunks on you be chaffing as you walk.

    The adult spa pool was nice and relaxing except for the same salty water.If you get a locker make sure you you remember the locker number as majority dont have numbers. Small waterslides for kids.

    Overall the park needs a bit of tlc. Fun for kids.
    Written May 21, 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Roger W
    20 contributions
    We drove here on the off chance. I’m not a doll fan but thought the kids might enjoy it. I ended up being more interested than the kids. When we arrived we were greeted by a gentleman (can’t remember his name) who gave us a guided tour around the museum and answers every question we asked. We then went on to the workshop where he showed us how the dolls were made and the process. Good value for the money and also has a little shop at the end..
    Written September 4, 2021
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • AngelDave
    Oxford, UK92 contributions
    Small butterful experience with pretty butterflies, fish, turtles. Also have chrysalis to view.
    Downstairs there is some art models and loos.

    Sadly my little one decided that them fluttering around freaked him out and I was worried he would accidentally hurt one so we left quickly.

    I found finding this place a bit difficult as once in the parking area very little info where it was from there. It is right next to the parque del drago which was better marked up.

    I can't imagine spending more than 30 mins in here.
    Written July 25, 2021
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Kirsty B
    Brighton and Hove, UK2 contributions
    Got a joint ticket; this and the jungle park - 36 Euros and 12 Euros for my 4 year old which also including a free bus to and from each park - a bargain I thought.

    We got to the Princess Guaymiena bus stop at 9.30 with the bus due to arrive at 9.50, this in fact didn't arrive until 10.25 despite being the first bus of the day. However, other than standing around for an hour it didn't impact our day overall as the drive there was only 5-10 minutes and the park didn't open until 10 anyway.

    On arrival we were absolutely bombarded by people trying to sell us things - slush puppies, popcorn, dolphin experiences, staff putting parrots on your shoulders, taking photos and to be honest it was all a bit too much, especially daunting with young children in a crowded area - it added to the chaos of people excitedly rushing to get to the rides. We felt compelled to stop and listen to the dolphin experiences when the woman practically blocked our path flashing a glossy brochure and I was pleasantly surprised with the price which seemed reasonable; 50 Euros for a 40 minute swim/play session for example. However, this is where it ends....

    2 Euros each for a sunbed, 5 Euros if you'd also like the padding, 5 Euros for a locker plus a 2 Euro deposit, 4 Euros for an ice lolly, 6 Euros for a plate of chips, 15 Euros for a pizza! And don't get me started on the dolphins; there's a signposted dolphin 'museum' where you can view the Dolphins in their tank - whilst it's heavily signposted not once does it mention the 5 Euro per person cost to view and it's a real irritation to feel hoodwinked into walking all the way down there! 12 Euros per person to hold a Dolphins nose and have your photo taken, 6 Euros for a drink and the same again for popcorn to enjoy the show with. And what's even more infuriating is the cameramen constantly running frantically around the arena taking unwanted photos of you to flog at the gate on your way out!

    I have to say though the dolphin show itself was amazing, a true privilege to watch these magnificent animals, whilst like anyone else I would prefer for them to be in their natural habitat I understand that for the conservation of such animals programmes such as this are necessary. A clearly powerful bond between the Dolphins and trainers which, at times was so emotional to watch. A definite highlight but be sure not to miss it - only a 3.30pm show which people began queuing for at 2.45! My Advise is sit on the first or second row on the left hand side as the Dolphins exit on this side most often.

    Having been to Siam Park too this park is definitely more set up for families with young children, there are 2 great play pools with a variety of play equipment and small slides in shallow water. Also an assortment of dedicated slides for children 1.2-1.4 metres which is great, my only gripe with these is that no adults are allowed on so if you have a scaredy cat child like me they might not go on; had my son have seen me go down unharmed he would've gone on.

    Went on a couple of the big slides which were good and not too bad queuing time. Wave machine small but adequate, lazy river is total chaos during changeover and not a lifeguard insight, I found myself shouting at people who were pushing and shoving with rubber rings whilst I was trying to load my son safely into his ring! Mostly Spanish I hasten to add.

    On the way out again totally bombarded by yet more selling, this time with the various photos you've been forced into having throughout the day, a snip at 8 Euros each!!!!

    The pestering, selling and additional expense really is enough to put me off going again, just charging for the sake of it in my opinion. Getting out the wave machine, turned round to grab my towel to turn back and see my son cradling a parrot and having a photo - it's just so fall on.

    Top tip is take your own good and drink and prep your children with a budget so you're not pestered for everything and left totally skint!

    To end the day we got to the bus stop at 4.15 in anticipation for the 4.30 bus which we saw pull away as we arrived!!!! Instead of waiting until 5pm for the next one we decided to walk back which luckily for us only took 20-25 minutes!

    Overall we had a good day but I wouldn't visit again...
    Written July 1, 2016
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • StevoPop
    Ohio1 contribution
    Lots of fun things to play with and plenty of space to move around for the kids. We had a lovely day here
    Written June 30, 2015
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • westwerk
    3 contributions
    We booked the Teide half day tour with this company. When we arrived to the cable car our guide bought the tickets for everybody and told us we need to back from the tour by 20 minutes to 12pm. I asked the tour guide if we need to be down by this time or take the car on the top. The tour guide answered. "You need to be down here. If you late 5 minutes the bus is not gonna be here" We went up and when arrived to the top my partner did not feel ok for few minutes because of the lack of oxygen. We started to walk around a bit later however turned back from half way, because we were a bit scarred if the bus just leave us there. My partner said better if we go down earlier. We did not know how long does it take exactly as well as the frequency. (The tour guide did not give us any info about this.) We were down by 11:20AM. The bus came back by 11:45AM and we waited for the last couple to arrive until 12PM. We were down 40 minutes before them! We paid 2X27 euros for the cable car tickets and 2X26 euros for the bus, however I could not enjoy it, because the tour guide threated me if we late 5 minutes they gonna leave us there. (I am not a school kid, I am 42 years old.) It is not about the 40 minutes we waited there for others, it is about the inconvenient feeling and worries the comment has caused inside us, and demolished the joy of the trip. I would not recommend this tour to anybody, find another company or just take the titsa bus.
    Written May 24, 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • dtredhead
    Torquay, UK307 contributions
    What a lovely little cafe with superb views of the rolling seas. We w2ere swerved with four Tasty coffees for €7.80. We had good service. This is a good place to stop.
    Written March 2, 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
Frequently Asked Questions about Tenerife







These are the most romantic places for water & amusement parks in Tenerife:See more romantic water & amusement parks in Tenerife on Tripadvisor