Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park with Transfers
Theme parks

Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park with Transfers

4.6/5
Excellent
Based on 380 reviews
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£36.00
Free cancellation
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Mobile voucher accepted
duration
Duration: from 4 hours to 8 hours
Do this because
  • Visit to Rancho Texas Park
  • Wide variety of animals
  • Interactive activities
  • Splash Zone fun and games
What to expect

Enjoy a day out at this popular, beautifully maintained Wild West, animal and water park. Near Puerto del Carmen, its 60,000 square metres of desert and gardens bristle with great animals, shows and cowboy and Indian adventures that'll keep everyone smiling.

See the gorgeous white tigers and majestic lynxes. Peer at armour-plated armadillos, plodding tortoises and sleepy iguanas. There's also a petting farm, pony rides, a medicine man's cave and an Indian Village where the kids can play in wigwams, paddle kayaks and even pan for gold at a working wooden waterwheel.

But the biggest draws are probably the shows. Running throughout the day, they include breathtaking birds-of-prey displays where eagles and hawks fly inches above your head, funny parrot tricks and a sea lion show. Then cool off at the Pool & Splash Zone where you can laze by the pool, compete in water games or race down the slides set within rocks and lava typical of Lanzarote. You're free to rove around and take in everything as you please.

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What's included
  • check Entrance to the park
  • check Pool & Splash Zone entry
  • check Transport
Where
Alcalde Cabrera Torres, s/n
What to remember
  • Times may vary each day for the sea lion, parrot and Birds of Prey shows
  • Transfer included from Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen and Costa Teguise if selected
  • Please note that if the bus is full, you'll need to wait for the next one
  • For the following hotels, pick up is only available on Mondays and Thursdays: Pueblo Marinero, Sandos Papagayo Arena and Gran Castillo
  • Bringing your own food into the venue is prohibited
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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

4.6/5

Based on 380 reviews from verified customers

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Review categories

Safety

4.6/5

Service

4.6/5

Staff

4.6/5

Value for money

4.6/5

  • NT

    From United States of America - July 2024

    Travelled with family

     

    18 - 24 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

  • Paul Jake

    From United States of America - July 2024

    Travelled with family

     

    35 - 44 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    4/5

    Transport taken around the world as are hotel was only near by but the driver went to drop others of the. Are self

  • Matt

    From United Kingdom - July 2024

    Travelled as a couple

     

    18 - 24 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

  • Sophie

    From United States of America - June 2024

    Travelled with family

     

    18 - 24 years old

    Great

    Overall rated

    3/5

    It's a great place to visit and staff around the pool were very good. The transport coming home was the only let down it was absolutely packed, baking ...

  • Colin Clayton

    From United Kingdom - June 2024

    Travelled as a couple

     

    25 - 34 years old

    Great

    Overall rated

    4/5

    The coach transfers were the only thing that let this day out down. The transfer to the site was 35-40 minutes late, and the transfer back to the reso ...

  • Sarah

    From United States of America - June 2024

    Travelled with family

     

    18 - 24 years old

    Excellent

    Overall rated

    5/5

    The best day ever!!

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