The five principles of Loro Parque

Our utmost concern is animal welfare understood in a comprehensive manner. We care for the animals que animals that live in our park with love and respect. We design specific plans for each species and animal under our care, and we do so based on the biological findings obtained in modern zoos and through the application of veterinary knowledge to wildlife.

These 5 principles guide the day-to-day life of Loro Parque.

We care for our animals with love and utmost respect to ensure their well-being and dignity.

We regard all animals that live in Loro Parque as ambassadors of their own species and their natural habitats.

We support research and conservation activities for endangered species under human care and in natural ecosystems.

We are a sanctuary for any wild animal that needs our help

Modern Zoo

Modern zoos are embassies for animals and the ideal showcase for bringing the natural world closer to people.

Created as places for animal care, scientific study and to raise awareness of the global environmental crisis, we are one of the most active links in the current animal and environmental protection

Created as places for animal care, scientific study and to raise awareness of the global environmental crisis, we are one of the most active links in the current animal and environmental protection

At Loro Parque we have simplified our positive environmental impact into figures.

+10

10 species of parrots saved from extinction. Together with Loro Parque Fundación.

+24.000.000

More than 24 million dollars dedicated to protecting birds and their habitats.

+200

Support for more than 200 conservation and research projects

+100

More than 100 animal species successfully reintroduced from zoos into the wild

+52.000.000

More than 52.000.000 people have visited Loro Parque and received information and education about the animals and the need to protect them.

+10

10 species of parrots saved from extinction. Together with Loro Parque Fundación.

+24.000.000

| More than 24 million dollars dedicated to protecting birds and their habitats.

+200

Support for more than 200 conservation and research projects.

+100

More than 100 animal species successfully reintroduced from zoos into the wild

+52.000.000

More than 52.000.000 people have visited Loro Parque and received information and education about the animals and the need to protect them.

Our history, our legacy

50 years of experience have allowed us to dream, create and grow hand in hand with our staff and visitors. Discover how a project that started with a team of 25 people in 1972 has become the best zoo in the world.

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Our history, our legacy

50 years of experience have allowed us to dream, create and grow hand in hand with our staff and visitors. Discover how a project that started with a team of 25 people in 1972 has become the best zoo in the world.

More information

Hall of Fame

Our dedication and expertise are recognised at the local, regional, national, and international level.

Vegetation

Loro Parque is not only a place for the conservation and protection of animals, but also of plant species. In our facilities there are specimens from all over the world, palm trees, orchids, ficus trees, cacti… The vegetation of the park allows us to simulate the natural habitats of the animals, creating enriched and suitable spaces for each species.

Jungle Ara

An immersion in a space of exuberant and luxuriant vegetation. To step into Jungle Ara is to experience the humidity and warmth generated by ficus trees, ivy, palm trees and other tree species living together in the space.

Waterfalls, the song of dozens of macaws and the shade cast by the trees will transport you to an exotic and relaxing place.

Orchidarium

Beautiful and with an intoxicating fragrance, orchids are flowers appreciated worldwide for their amazing colours and ornamental qualities. In Loro Parque’s orchidarium you will find more than 200 different species, a unique explosion of colour and aromas.

Jungle Ara

An immersion in a space of exuberant and luxuriant vegetation. To step into Jungle Ara is to experience the humidity and warmth generated by ficus trees, ivy, palm trees and other tree species living together in the space.

Waterfalls, the song of dozens of macaws and the shade cast by the trees will transport you to an exotic and relaxing place.

Orchidarium

Beautiful and with an intoxicating fragrance, orchids are flowers appreciated worldwide for their amazing colours and ornamental qualities. In Loro Parque’s orchidarium you will find more than 200 different species, a unique explosion of colour and aromas.

Parrot Museum

This remarkable space within the park houses an extensive collection of porcelain parrots. Delicately created and reproduced down to the finest detail, the oldest preserved pieces date back to the beginning of the 18th century.

This museum offers us a journey into the past, thanks to which we can confirm that parrots from South America, Asia, Africa, and Indonesia were known as far back as the 18th century.

Gorilla Award

Since 2003, Loro Parque has been awarding this prize to personalities and organisations committed to scientific work, research, and environmental responsibility. It rewards and recognises the active work of individuals, institutions, and companies in the conservation of biodiversity.

Award winners

Download our encyclopaedia

As part of our informative and educational work on biodiversity, we have developed an encyclopaedia on cetaceans. It is an extensive document where you will find data and scientific information about the behaviour, myths and truths surrounding these animals.



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