A unique orca show in the Canary Islands
Loro Parque boasts the only killer whale show in the Canary Islands. Located in Puerto de la Cruz in the north of Tenerife, its renowned orca show has to be seen to be believed. Killer whales dance to the rhythm of the music and dive around a giant transparent tank, allowing all of their underwater acrobatics to be seen. The jumps and stunts are so spectacular that the front row spectators are normally splashed by water. It’s an unmissable part of any visit to the park.
The largest collection of parrots in the world, in Puerto de la Cruz
With over 300 species of parrots Loro Parque is famous around the world for its impressive collection of exotic birds. The aim of the Loro Parque Foundation is the protection and conservation of endangered animals, which is why the park is home to the world’s largest penguinarium, with over 250 penguins. It also has an aquarium where sharks, rays and fish swim among coral reefs just a few feet away from visitors. In the parks enormous enclosure visitors can see gorillas, tigers and even anteaters. The zoo’s work has earned it the 2008 Animal Embassy Award for sustainable and responsible management.
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