If you are the type of person who likes thrills and amusement parks as much as children if not more, I can assure you that whenever you are visiting Tenerife, you must (or at least should) go to Siam Park.
10:00 – 17:00
30.00€ – children
42.00€ – adults
free for kids 0-2 years
Located in the heart of Costa Adeje, the popular tourist town in the municipality of Adeje in the south of Tenerife, Siam Park hosts an incredibly long network of impressive water slides. Within its 185 square kilometre enclosure, visitors can surf giant waves, speed slide from the highest heights or swim through a shark-infested pool.
This park ranks among the world’s largest water parks, with thrilling rides, relaxing beaches and wave pools, and a beautiful Thai-themed setting.
Named best water park on Tripadvisor for 9 years, it is a must in Tenerife as it can satisfy the expectations of all types of visitors, from the youngest to the oldest!
The Tower of Power
The Tower of Power is one of the most adrenaline-fueled attractions in the park with its 28-meter height and 76-meter total length that ends under a giant aquarium full of sharks, mantas, and other fish that is reached at the end of the slide.
In this water park they have the honor of having the largest wave made by man, over 3 meters high, which many take advantage of to practice with the board as if they were in the sea.
MAI THAI RIVER
It’s the longest river in the park, so you can enjoy a relaxing ride on your float, but be careful, there’s a faster-going part of the river with some fun drops, and to make the most of it, you’ll need to swerve right away to the left to another path (you can’t get lost as there are usually float jams) which will take you to a huge ribbon that will lead you to the area where the slide starts. Although many people skip it, I recommend it, because besides being fun, it’s the only way to go with your float under a tank full of sharks, so even if it scares you, it’s worth it!
Inside the park you cannot bring food or drinks (apart from fruit and water), but if you bring it and leave it in the lockers at the entrance there are no problems, you can go out whenever you want to eat outside the park and they will stamp you to be able to re-enter. You can also buy food inside the park, it’s not expensive but it’s not the cheapest option either.
If you travel with children, the park also offers a lot to offer for the little ones, especially the areas of the Lost City, which has jets and slides where they can enjoy each other
For when you want to rest from slides, floats and giant waves, you can always go to the huge beach that the park has: 9,500 square meters of space with 5,000 cubic meters of white sand where you can sunbathe and cool off.
The place is also perfectly served, it is next to the TF-1, the highway that runs along the south coast of the island, exits 73 and 74 are exactly what you are looking for!
Opening hours From Monday to Sunday: 10:00am – 5.00pm
Location: Avenida Siam, s/n, 38660 Costa Adeje, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Organisation: 2 exclusive areas for the little ones, beach areas, gardens, all kinds of attractions
Access: by car, by bus
Facilities: free wifi, various ticket offers (twin tickets for other parks), fast pass available, towel/suit hire, picnic area, restaurants, snack bars…Parking: yes
Sources: Siam Park, erasmusu.com, attractivetenerife.com