Looking for a day trip to keep cool and have fun? Why not visit one of the fantastic water parks that Lanzarote has to offer?
AquaLava is located towards the South of the island in the resort of Playa Blanca. The park is a tribute to the unique & spectacular scenery of Lanzarote and to its main feature “Volcanoes”.
Electricity usage within the park has a minimal environmental footprint due to it’s power by renewable geothermal energy source which allows the pools to be heated all year.
Enjoy five fast-paced slides of Timan Fire, the wave pool at AquaLava Beach or simply float on the Magma Lazy River – there’s something for everyone! The Big Octopus in Corsario Bay will keep the younger ones occupied for hours whilst parents can lounge in the sun on a comfy deck chair sipping cold drinks available from the TimiKitchen Restaurant.
Aquapark Costa Teguise is the biggest water park in Lanzarote, an oasis of fun for the whole family. Childen’s Lake, Splash and Tobogans will keep the little one’s entertained whislt the older adrenaline junkies can take on the Rio Rapids, Super Kamikaze & Stuka to name but a few. In addition you can also enjoy the only indoor Paintball on the island and a 10D movie theatre where you will certainly have a unique experience.
The park offers everything you need to spend a full day with your family and offers changing rooms, lockers, shops, café & restaurant.
Sadly, during the current COVID pandemic the park has been closed temporarily but we will update you once they reopen in the 2021.
Rancho Texas Theme Park based in Puerto del Carmen, now boasts an aquatic and recreation space that the whole family can enjoy. There are swimming pools, water games and two water slides that run between rocks, lava and typical plants of Lanzarote, along with plenty of sunloungers and shaded areas. So why not cool off after a few hours walking around the park or enjoy a cold drink and a bite to eat on the restaurant terrace?
Currently the Park is closed whilst they follow a strict security and cleaning protocol during the current pandemic.