When visiting a sunny and hot country like Spain, it’s no wonder that waterparks are an incredibly popular activity for both tourists and locals to enjoy.
However, as there are so many to choose from, how do you decide which one is best? Below you can find a detailed comparison table for Aqualava, Aquapark and Dino Park in Lanzarote to help you make your decision on which one you should visit.
Aqualava Play Blanca may be the newest waterpark in Lanzarote but it’s also fast becoming one of the best. Here you’ll find a range of incredible waterslides, water features plus plenty of things for both young children to do as well as adults who just want to relax.
Claiming the title as largest waterpark in Lanzarote, Aquapark is one of the greatest places to take your family while on holiday in Costa Teguise. You’ll enjoy an array of water related rides and attractions, as well as indoor activities such as a paintball area and a 10D Cinema!
Dino Park Waterpark is more suited for younger children as the kids’ pools come equipped with plenty of incredible dinosaur related features. Adults will also have the opportunity to relax and unwind on the many sunbeds while they watch the kids play.
|1. TripAdvisor Ratings||3.5 | 865 reviews||3 | 1,218 reviews||4.1 | 33 reviews|
|2. Height restrictions||Strict height restrictions (minimum of 1.20m)||Strict height restrictions (between 1m and 1.20m for most rides)||More relaxed about height restrictions and most are kid friendly|
|3. Top 5 rides||Magma River: Navigated using floats and you float around it like a lazy river
Timan Fire: Area of five waterslides that are ideal for older kids and adults
Chill out zones: Perfect for parents who aren’t going in the water
|Kamikaze: Thrilling waterslide ride, for teenagers and adults
Rio Loco Rapids: A sort of lazy river that you float around as the current pushes you along
Cinema 10D: A cinema that offers an experience with 10 different effects while watching the movie
Paintball: Ideal for larger groups visiting the park who want to unleash their competitive side
|Twisting waterslides: Race your friends and family down these slides as you compete to see who reaches the bottom first|
|4. Outside Food||Not permitted||Not permitted||Not permitted|
Resident adults: €16
Resident child: €12
Resident adult: €16.50
Resident child: €12.50
|6. Other entertainment||
· Professional photographer
· Chill out zones
· Cinema 10D
|7. Bus services||Bus service from Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise, Playa Blanca and Arrecife||Bus service (€4) from Puerto del Carmen, Arrecife and Puerto Calero|
|8. Opening times||
June 1st – September 30th: 10am – 6pm
October 1st – May 31st: 10am – 5pm
April to September: 10am – 6pm
October to March: 10am – 4pm
Daily from 10am to 6pm
|9. Locker facilities||You can rent a locker for €4 (with €2 deposit)||Locker rentals for €2|
|10. Address||Avenida de Gran Canaria S/N | Parcela 26, Montana Roja, 35580 Playa Blanca, Lanzarote, Spain||Avda. Del Golf, Parcela 315 | Avda. Campo de Golf 315, 35509, Lanzarote, Spain||35580 Playa Blanca, Las Palmas, Spain|
|11. Where to buy tickets|
|12. Which one should I choose?||Aqualava is the more affordable waterpark in Lanzarote so it’s better if you’re taking the whole family as it will work out much cheaper. The rides such as the Magma River and the salt water wave pool are excellent for the whole family to enjoy.||Aquapark is ideal for everyone but is particularly good for older kids and teenagers as there’s a height restriction of 1.20m on most rides. While the 10D Cinema is great fun for the whole family, the Paintball facilities can only be used by those aged 16 and older.||Dino Park is better suited to families with younger children as there are many more facilities better catered for a younger demographic.|
|13. Detailed guides||A Complete guide to Aqualava Park||A Complete guide to Aqua Park|