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This Canary Island is close to Africa so enjoys year-round sunshine, making it a hotspot for beach-lovers, families and water sports enthusiasts alike.
Whether you want to soak up the sun, explore the island, or check out the island’s trendy capital, Las Palmas, you’ll find plenty to do in Gran Canaria!Read about more things to do in Gran Canaria
Treat the family to a fun and educational day out at the Palmitos Park in Gran Canaria, home to thousands of land and sea creatures from hundreds of different species in the spectacular natural setting of the Palmitos Gorge!
Palmitos Park, which nestles in the beautiful Palmitos Gorge in Gran Canaria, is the largest zoological park in the Canary Islands and home to hundreds of native and exotic sea and land creatures.
Plus! The ever-evolving Palmitos Park now boasts a brand new dolphin arena and a huge state-of-the-art venue focusing on dolphin exhibitions with an educational edge.
A sub-tropical oasis which due to the temperate climate of Gran Canaria is open all year round, Palmitos Park is proud to posses the largest butterfly enclosure in Europe, the largest collection of orchids in the Canary Islands and a huge variety of native cacti!
Opening Hours: 10am to 6pm.
Availability: Open 365 days a year.
Location: Barranco de Los Palmitos, 35109 Maspalomas, Gran Canaria.
Included: Entrance to Palmitos Park.
Not Included: Transport to and from Palmitos Park.
What: Palmitos Park nature reserve.
Where: Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain.
Availability: Open daily.
Start Time: 10am.
Don’t Miss: Walking through thousands of butterflies in the butterfly enclosure!