A spectacular theme park that recreates the great age of discoveries and Spain's adventures in South America during the ... More
A spectacular theme park that recreates the great age of discoveries and Spain's adventures in South America during the 15th and 16th centuries. You can explore the Amazon, travel the Quetzal trail, visit a pirate's lair and find out how the indigenous peoples used to live back then. The most popular attractions are the hair-raising roller-coaster called the Jaguar and the theater shows. The park opens for the season in March and daily opening hours vary according to the time of year.
Loved Isla Magica 2 years ago at this time, so decided to bring two other grandchildren from London to visit. Unfortunately the park had changed its opening times and was closed during the weekdays in April. The children suffered a huge disappointment. Shouldn't the opening hours be kept up to date for all visitors?
Isla Mágica is perfect for a hot day, and for people for all ages! There's the todler friendly playgrould and kiddy rides, the kid and family friendly rides and fun, and for the adults, the always fun Jaguar rollercoaster! With water rides such as the Anaconda, where you get soaked every time, and ice creams stands at every corner, the only time you'll feel the heat is when you're standing in line for this fun filled world! Enjoy!
We went in October and there were no queues. It was definately worth the money and everyone really enjoyed the day. There are plently of thrilling rides, the best ones I thought were the log flume, Ciklon, and El Jaguar.
Food, great for kids the usual chips, burgers and hot dogs at reasonable prices.
We went around on our own and felt very safe.
Plenty to fill a whole day.
Whole section dedicated to toddlers.
Still hot enough in October to get wet on the water rides.
Really useful places at the begining of rides to leave your bags safely.
Would definately return.
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