Jungle Park in Tenerife
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About Jungle Park
Jungle Park is a zoological and botanical park located in Arona about 5 minutes from Los Cristianos. The Park has around 75,000 m² of jungle containing various walks with tunnels, suspention bridges, waterfalls, lagoons, and caves. Jungle Park is home to a large varaity of animals. The park also boasts daily shows featuring exotic birds and birds of prey.
Jungle Park Prices
Non resident Adults: 24.00 € Children (5-10 years): 17.00 €
Resident Adults: 18.50 € Children (5-10 years): 14.00 €
Directions to Jungle Park
Exit the TF1 motorway direction Arona and follow the signs to Parque las Aguilas (Jungle Parks old name).
Junlge Park Coordinates:
GPS Coordinates: 28.080675,-16.694681 Click to view on map.
Attractions and animals at Jungle Park
Colourful birds from all over the world; marabous, vultures, falcons, eagles, cranes, ibises, flamingos, swans, storks, large and small parrots, macaws and an abundance of exotic birds that bring a further artistic touch to our small paradise with their skills, elegance, and the palette of flashing colours as they open their wings.
You will also see unique primates such as the Lemurs, Capuchin Monkey, Titi Monkey and the Saimiri, which looks more like a squirrel than a monkey. The Siamang from Asia,is as punctual as the roosters and the Debrazza or White-bearded Monkey also known as Bishop Monkey in Spanish due to its white beard which gives it a very solemn look.
Bird of Prey Show
If what you want is to feel the adrenaline flowing at high speed through your veins, you can now enjoy one of the world's best bird of prey show. This show will enable you to witness a broad variety of birds in free flight at close range. Indeed, we will observe them flying only a few centimetres over our heads, hopping, playing about, and even walking. Keep your eyes wide open, so your retinas can record these amazing displays of pure power and speed. Don't miss the flight of the eagles overhead, sometimes so high in the sky that you loose sight of them.
Exotic Bird Show
The power, strength, and speed of these birds of prey find their right counterbalance on the multi-coloured explosion of our three free flight and pirouette shows featuring a broad range of exotic birds. Intelligent parrots, macaws, talking parrots, hornbills, and others will delight you will their vast array of skills either on the ground, in full flight or interacting with people.
Jungle Raid will allow you to experience a real journey through the jungle since it features a thrilling circuit: with ropes, bridges, passages and tunnels of over 300 meters long. Lots of adventures are awaiting all our visitors who, showing the courage of Indiana Jones and dare to go deep into Jungle Raid without the need of a whip. Remember, at Las Águilas - Jungle Park, every path leads to a unique adventure. Even more so in Jungle Raid! This attraction is included in the entrance price.
You will be left breathless with the Bob, the most entertaining way to travel across our park, so fast that you might not get a chance to enjoy the view! This is because Bob is, overall, a trip in the fast lane. Cover over 800 meters of jungle, crossing the tracks at high speed driving one of these amazing vehicles. If you think you meet the requirements don't hesitate to come to Las Águilas - Jungle Park and ask for Bob. A unique experience is waiting for you. Live it!! This attraction is not included in the entrance price. It costs € 4.00 per ride
Two white lions from South Africa stand out from all the cats living at the Park. This is an endangered species, and only a few individuals remain worldwide. They share the enclosure with another pair of brown African lions.
A few steps from the white lions you can enjoy the sight of the great hunters the Leopards. For many they are the most beautiful creatures on earth. Tender-looking, they are also lonesome and ferocious.
The Jaguars are the Park's black pearls with pitch-black skin, a genetic trait that is common to many leopards, especially in Asia.
By the entrance to the park you will find the Tiger´s enclosure. You will see two subspecies of tigers, from India, the increasingly common Bengal Tiger and its off-shoot, the White Tiger of Rewa, an incredibly spectacular creature due to the complete white tone of its fur, and its amazingly blue eyes.
Pumas are the largest cats in mainland America. They are also known as mountain lions, Florida panthers, and red tigers. These cats are about to become an endangered species. However, recently their numbers have been gradually increased.
The small Humboldt Penguins are not to be missed. Contrary to popular belief, this species is not from the Antarctica region but from the temperate waters of South America's Pacific coastline. You'll see them swimming or diving underwater, or outside baking for hours in the sun.
The unique species of Pigmy hippopotamus is smaller than any hippo species you normally see in films or documentaries. Pigmy hippopotamuses live in the African equatorial jungle and, surprisingly for many, they are vegetarians. At Jungle Park we have faithfully recreated their habitat. As a result, they feel so comfortable in it that they did not hesitate in bringing Tapón, our baby hippo, into the world. The sight of this peculiar family is a sheer pleasure to watch.
Crocodiles and Aligators
Crocodiles and aligators are the largest and most ferocious of the reptiles. Surprisingly they can't use their enormous jaws to chew. Instead they use a tearing action on their victims. Once closed, it is very difficult to open the jaws again.
If you have a passion for cold-blooded creatures, you'll only need to visit the enclosures that house snakes, iguanas, and turtles, to see how they gradually recharge their batteries as the sunrays gain in intensity.
Raccoons, Red Pandas, and Meerkats
You will also see Raccoons, Red Pandas, and Meerkats you remember the character Timon from the Lion King? He belonged to a family of South African Meerkats.
Check out the Jungle Park promotional video
Jungle Park Prices:
Adults from 11 years old: € 24.00
Children 5 to 10 years old: € 17.00
Children 3 to 4 years old: € 8.00
Prices for residents:
Adults from 11 years old: € 18.50
Children 5 to 10 years old: € 14.00
Children 3 to 4 years old: € 6.50
ON SALE THE RESIDENT SEASON PASS!
WARNING: The attraction “BOB” is not included in the entrance price. It costs € 4.00 per ride
Jungle Park Bus Service:
South Zone : Tuesday & Thurday (with advanced booking)
Los Gigantes, Playa Paraíso, Callao Salvaje, La Caleta.
North Zone: Every Wednesday and Thursday (with advanced booking)
Puerto de la Cruz and Las Caletillas
Jungle Park Daily Exhibitions:
Exotic Birds: 11:00 and 14:30.
Birds of Prey: 12:00 and 16:00.
Jungle Park Opening times:
Open all year round
Gates open: 10:00 - 17:30 (tickets sold until 16:30)
Jungle Park Address:
Urbanización Las Águilas del Teide s/n
Jungle Park Telephone Numbers:
Telephone: 0034 922 72 90 10
Fax: 0034 922 729 806
Jungle Park Website:
Website in english: http://www.aguilasjunglepark.com/index.php?wlang=en