Aqualava Water Park
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Aqualava Water Park

4.3/5
Excellent
Based on 27 reviews
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£21.00
Free cancellation
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Mobile voucher accepted
duration
Duration: from 4 hours to 8 hours
Do this because
  • Family day out at Aqualava Waterpark
  • Pools heated with geothermal energy
  • Rides and slides for all ages
What to expect

Home to Lanzarote's only salt-water wave pool, Aqualava Waterpark in Playa Blanca promises plenty of water-soaked action. There are slides, pools and daredevil rides for all ages that'll have you grabbing the sides of your float and clinging on until the last drop. It's an action-packed day out for all the family.

All the pools are heated using geothermal energy, so you can expect every inch of Aqualava to blend in with Lanzarote's volcanic landscape. But it's made all the more exciting with water slides, chutes and pools suitable for all family members as well as adrenaline-pumping rides for the bravest. And when you want to take it easy, you can float along the lazy river or hit the sun loungers.

There are all the facilities you'd need for a day out. What's more, attractions are adapted for guests with limited mobility, including the use of an amphibious wheelchair, and free WiFi is available to share your holiday snaps.

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What's included
  • check Entrance fee
  • check Use of sunloungers and parasols
  • check WiFi
What to remember
  • Minimum height 1.20m for some attractions. Temperature of the water is dependent on the weather
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Provider
TUI España Turismo, S.L.U, with Tax Number B08089187 and Travel License Number GCMD-4
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the experience begins.

What people say about this experience

Excellent

4.3/5

Based on 27 reviews from verified customers

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Review categories

Safety

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Service

4.5/5

Staff

4.5/5

Value for money

4.1/5

  • Emma

    From United States of America - April 2024

    Travelled with family

     

    18 - 24 years old

    Great

    Overall rated

    3/5

    Food service was good and quick. Park was tired and dirty around the pools could do with a scrub and some tiles replaced. No water running on kids sli ...

  • Kevin Parkinson

    From United States of America - September 2023

    Travelled with family

     

    35 - 44 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    Great little water park with everything you need for a really fun day. Good, reasonably priced food and helpful staff. Really enjoyed our visit and pl ...

  • mlgibby

    From United Kingdom - August 2023

    Travelled with family

     

    25 - 34 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    4/5

    Lovely waterpark for smaller children. Ours are 8 and 9 and just enough to keep them entertained without it being too big and busy. We stayed all day ...

  • Val

    From United States of America - August 2023

    Travelled with family

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    4/5

    It was smaller than we expected but a very good waterpark. The slides were great but you had to wait for people to give up their floaties, perhaps the ...

  • Toogoods

    From United Kingdom - August 2023

    Travelled with family

     

    35 - 44 years old

    Great

    Overall rated

    4/5

    OK for a few hours as its not a big park. Little more shade in the eating area.

  • Ka2424

    From United States of America - July 2023

    Travelled with family

     

    18 - 24 years old

    Great

    Overall rated

    4/5

    The water park was really good fun, we all enjoyed it. The wave machine is a big let down hardly tell its on to be honest. Could do with more staff a ...

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