Loro Parque announces it is reopening to the public
The president and founder of Loro Parque, Wolfgang Kiessling, has announced today (Thursday) the reopening of Loro Parque after being closed for more than 13 months due to the health crisis derived from Covid-19. As of Thursday 29th April, all people who purchased an annual card and were unable to enjoy it in 2020 will be able to access the park, and then from Saturday 1st May 1 it will be open to the general public.
The president of Loro Parque highlighted how difficult the last year has been, but has assured that, despite the circumstances, they have continued with their commitment to animal welfare, caring for the more than 40,000 animals under their care. "We could not stop, because animals need excellence," he said.
According to Sr Kiessling, during the period of being closed many facilities have been renovated, new spaces have been created, gardens and green spaces have been rearranged, and new educational presentations have been designed and prepared.
At the moment, the park will be open for five days a week to the general public, from Thursday to Monday, while Tuesday and Wednesday will be reserved exclusively for tourists from cruise ships who wish to visit the facilities.