Siam Park: Tenerife’s Waterpark

If your summer isn’t over like mine, why not spend some holidays in Tenerife, where summer lasts all year. I have been discovering the island since I moved and recently went to one of the many water parks they have. Siam Park is a waterpark with enough water rides to keep your blood pumping with adrenaline from the moment you arrive until you leave. Moreover, the abundant vegetation carries you to a tropical forest, being the perfect scenario for holidays.

The enthusiasm you feel once you get into a waterpark, takes you back to happy childhood times. The moment I stepped into Siam Park, in Tenerife, I was a kid again that wants to try all the rides. The entrance with sealions swimming and playing gives you a cheerful vibe, being the right way to start your journey in Siam Park. Besides, water slides and funnels, they also have a wave pool.

If you are concerned about being in a crowded water park, due to covid-19, Siam Park is prepared to keep everyone safe. Face mask is mandatory when walking in between water slides and there are sprinklers spread around the park that whilst you are walking sanitize your whole body.

Back to the fun side, Siam Park has 6 pools to relax and sunbathe as much as you want, 14 water slides, 7 of which suitable for children and other 7 for whoever that wants full adrenaline.


The entrance is filled with exotic trees, sealions and a diversity of fishes. The contact with nature straight from the beginning it opens the appetite to experience adventure.


My favourite place to sunbathe was the Wave Palace. It has a paradisiac pool, with scheduled times for the waves, and plenty of sunbeds.


The map of water rides in Siam Park

There are so many rides, that the only way you could try all of them in one day, is going early when they open at 10 am, have a VIP ticket to skip the queues, and until they close at 6 pm, you will be unstoppable.

I definitely recommend to get the VIP ticket to skip the queues. My boyfriend and I were lazy to get one and we had to stay in every queue for at least 20 minutes.

Regarding the rides, there is everything according to how much adrenaline you want to have or if you have children, something more appropriated. They always have a sign at the entrance letting you know the level of adrenaline: low, medium or high.

In case, you want to be bold and feel the adrenaline running through your veins, I would advise you to try Tower of Power.

Tower of Power – Siam Park


They have different prices for residents, non residents and children. Check the tickets here. It’s better to book in advance on their website, just to prevent getting there and due to covid-19 restrictions, not having tickets available. As I said above, make sure to get a VIP ticket to skip the queues. The VIP ticket can be bought at the till of Siam Park, after you purchase the ticket online.

There is the possibility of getting a second day ticket half price, by going to the till at the end of your first day.

The prices for a non resident start from €38.

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  1. Lovely post! I went to Tenerife few years back but I didn’t visit Siam Park. It looks really nice, I’ll make sure to visit this waterpark next time I travel there, I’m sure my son will love the place!

    1. Surely he will 😃 And if you need a “travel guide” let me know, maybe by then I will know the island better 😊

      1. Thank you so much for offering!! I´ll let you know whenever I travel to Tenerife.

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