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Old 1 Sep 20, 10:23 PM  
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Saw a deal yesterday through a local agent but with Jet2 Holidays which seemed too good to miss as it had the almost extinct offer of a lesser-spotted-free-child -place-during-school-holidays.

So, for the princely sum of £600 each for 2 adults and 2 teens we have a week all inclusive at the Tagoro in Costa Adeje with great flight times. We wouldn't usually do All Inclusive but for that price we'll still probably eat out a few nights.

I've heard that Siam Park is worth a visit so please tell me more.
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Old 1 Sep 20, 10:52 PM  
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Siam park is the best water park I have visited and I have been to all the Orlando parks! Certainly worth a visit
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Old 2 Sep 20, 07:20 AM  
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Siam Park is amazing.I have been in August though and itís been really, really busy so you have to get there early.I donít know what it will be like at Easter. There is also Aqualand which doesnít get as busy but still has some good slides.
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Agree Siam park is excellent, the Thai food they do for lunch is as good as many restaurants here too.

Love costa Adeje, great resort. If booking a car use autoreisen, we go to the canaries a lot and only use them, cheap, no hold on credit cards etc either
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Siam Park is amazing and for a special day out worth looking at the VIP options, we paid around 100 euros each, but, it included no queue entry, a private villa with jacuzzi, shower, tv, fully stocked drinks fridge etc, free food all day, lockers, towels, etc etc, and best of all, fast track queue on all the slides. Our kids ate enough to make it worth it!


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Originally Posted by Loopylooloo View Post
Siam Park is amazing and for a special day out worth looking at the VIP options, we paid around 100 euros each, but, it included no queue entry, a private villa with jacuzzi, shower, tv, fully stocked drinks fridge etc, free food all day, lockers, towels, etc etc, and best of all, fast track queue on all the slides. Our kids ate enough to make it worth it!


Oh wow that does seem amazing and such a treat. I'm definitely going to look at this.
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Siam Park is amazing, definitely the best water park I've been to outside of Florida.

If you like zoos, Jungle Park is also nearby, the last couple of times we've been we've done their animal encounter, something like 30 Euros for a couple of hours going round feeding the animals. Lemurs, monkeys, meerkats, birds of prey, armadillos. Such great value, way cheaper than the equivalent over here.

Siam Park is another zoo but its at the north of the island. They have larger animals like gorillas, killer whales.
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The sister park to Siam Park is Loro Park which is in Puerto de la Cruz - we love Loro Park (Loro Parque) it is well worth the drive to get there.

I think you can get a combined ticket for Siam and Loro Park which works out cheaper.

Although I think both parks are still closed for Covid at the moment.
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If you get the fast pass band donít get them in the queue for lockers as it can get very long. Some of the souvenir shops sell them and much quicker.
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We love Siam Park, but have only ever been in Nov/Dec so not been overly busy. My sister usually goes in August though and says it's busy but managable. I've walked past Villa Tagoro many times as my parents had a place just up the hill from it. You have the Grand Sur shopping area literally down the road, with some lovely little cafes, and a McDonalds, plus a Burger King opposite, about a 10/15 min walk downhill to Fanabe, with a gorgeous beach and loads of restaurants!
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