Oasis Park Fuerteventura comprises the island’s only zoological park, a place where visitors can observe some 3,000 animals representing 250 species, including large Savannah animals, such as hippos, elephants, and giraffe. Zookeepers demonstrate natural behaviors of sea lions, parrots, and birds of prey during live shows.
Oasis Park is divided among some four animal exhibits and four large reserves. A free Ecotour tram makes a 45-minute loop around the park, with several pickup and drop-off points along the way. Visitors can choose between a basic entrance ticket (with or without round-trip transportation) or upgrade to an admission ticket including one of the park’s interactive animal experiences.
Things to Know Before You Go
Oasis Park is a must-visit for animal lovers and families traveling with kids.
Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat.
Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to do a lot of walking.
The entire park is wheelchair accessible, and electric mobility scooters are available for rent.
How to Get There
If you don’t have a car, the park offers free shuttle service with pickup at major hotels around the island in areas such as Caleta de Fuste, Costa Calma, Jandia, Corralejo, Esquinzo, Tarajalejo, and Las Playitas.
When to Get There
The park is open daily throughout the year, including major holidays. To best enjoy the outdoor habitats and shows when the weather is a bit cooler, plan to visit between April and June or in October.
Dining Inside Oasis Park Fuerteventura
While enjoying a full day at the park, don’t forget to fill up hungry stomachs during your visit. The Sea Lion Restaurant sits in the middle of the African savannah area, while El Patio Majorero affords excellent views of the Botanical Garden from an outdoor terrace. The Oasis Restaurant sits near the park’s entrance. All three serve typical Canary Islands dishes with an emphasis on meat, seafood, and salads.