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The best water parks in Tenerife

The best water parks in Tenerife

Spend some quality time with the family, whether you ride the rapids, take to the speed-inducing slides or take on the mighty wave machine in Siam Park, whatever you find yourself doing you’re guaranteed a splashing time! You’ll find that each waterpark provides days of fun, with so many different rides, slides and pools it’s almost impossible to fit everything in no matter how hard you try. Wear the kids out at the water parks in Tenerife while immersing yourself in the lively lifestyle that many locals experience – choosing to base your family holidays around the various water parks in Tenerife is a no brainer and you’ll undoubtedly be known as a ‘cool’ parent after taking the kids to one of these.

 

Tenerife

Fanabe Costa Sur Hotel

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£31 per night
Tenerife

Costa Adeje Gran Hotel

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£52 per night
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Hotel Isabel

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£22 per night
Tenerife

Isla Bonita Hotel

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£32 per night
Tenerife

Laguna Park II Apartments

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£13 per night
Tenerife

Hotel Dream Villa Tagoro

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£73 per night
Tenerife

Be Live Experience Playa La Arena Hotel

Tenerife

Hotel Troya

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£36 per night
Tenerife

Hotel Puerto Resort By Blue Sea

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£23 per night
Tenerife

Melia Jardines Del Teide All Inclusive

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£49 per night

Family Fun in the Sun

The Canary Islands are known for top quality sunshine during the summer months, but in Tenerife you’ll be able to enjoy the winter sun if you’ve missed the rush! It’s business as usual in the winter months for Siam Park, and you’ll be greeted by the Mekong Rapids which will quickly immerse you and your family in the excitement. If you’ve got a toddler or baby in tow, then you’ll want to head to The Lost City where children can uncover the secrets of this water fortress while specially designed slides will suit any parent carrying a child that’s yet to find their feet in life. If it’s adrenaline you’re seeking then you’ll be well suited to Siam Park, rides such as The Volcano will let you band together in a rubber dingy, whereas a visit to the Tower of Power will have you hurtling towards the water at break-neck speeds. For a different approach, check out some of the water parks in Portugal.

Adrenaline-Inducing Attractions

Not far from Siam Park on the south-western coast of this island in Spain, you’ll find Aqualand, another water park of phenomenal family potential. Race the kids on Twister Racer, mix things up with the Super Slalom or let the kids frolic in Forest Land, roots of a tree acting as slides for any kids looking to have a good time. The water parks in Tenerife will ensure that the whole family is brought together in what are water worlds of wonder and enchantment – you’ll never forget the time you spent at one of these two amusement parks.  You’ll also have the opportunity to visit the shops that these two amusement parks play host to, souvenirs, t-shirts and even little mugs to remind you of your time spent with the family having fun at Siam Park and Aqualand, or maybe one of the many other water parks in Spain.

Save the Summer Holidays

Don’t let the kids sit at home during summer holidays 2015, especially when there’s so much to do in Tenerife. Beach holidays are the top attraction here for many families but the Tenerife water parks offer guaranteed enjoyment for the little ones, as well as offering something for the parents. It’s not all slides and rapids however, there’s plenty of opportunity to relax while the kids go off exploring in a safe and controlled environment. Mai Thai River prides itself on being the biggest lazy river in the world, perfect for couples and weary parents, while Siam Beach is the ideal place to catch some rays should you wish to top up that tan. Aqualand has gone for the spa effect with their Giant Jacuzzi, just lay back and enjoy the therapeutic hydro pumps – you’ll find it difficult to tear yourself away.