During your holidays in Tenerife, we recommend you to book one of your days to make a visit to the most spectacular water park in the world, the Siam Park.
In order to make the most of your day at Siam Park, we recommend that you get up a little early, we know you are on holiday, but we think it will be worth the effort! A great way to start the day is with an energetic breakfast in our restaurant. An orange juice, a good coffee, a piece of fruit, cereals, yoghurt or even some eggs or French omelette from our show cooking. Once we are ready and have put on sunscreen, we can begin our adventure.
In the Hotel Villa Mandi we put at your disposal a completely free transport system so that you can move comfortably until the aquatic park. It is important that you know that the opening hours of Siam Park is:
- Summer (May 1st to October 31st): 10:00 to 18:00.
- Winter (November 1 to April 30): 10:00 to 17:00.
The good news is that this Water Park is open 365 days a year, so no matter when you have scheduled your well-deserved holiday in Tenerife South, Siam Park will be open for you to visit. Once there, you must buy the ticket to access the facilities. Some days, especially in summer, there may be a bit of a queue for it, something you might have to count on when it comes to programming. Another way to access the park is to buy tickets in advance, for this, we invite you to contact our team! We will be happy to help you make your day as pleasant as possible.
We are already inside Siam Park!
Once you have passed the security control that gives access to the facilities, you may want to go to one of the changing rooms that you will find throughout the park, in them, you can put your bathing suit, perhaps you should put a little more sun protection and, finally, Siam Park has lockers for you to leave your clothes, backpacks, valuables (wallets and telephone), etc… This service has a small extra cost but, we believe that it is a good option to spend a great day in family free of worries.
For the more intrepid, head to Vulcano, The Dragon, Tower of Power, Kinnaree, or Shinga… Each of these attractions is unique and unrepeatable. From a 28 metre high slide where you can reach a speed of up to 80km/h, to a water roller coaster with fast-moving curves and lots of direction changes, let your adrenaline run wild! If you’d rather have a quiet day, Siam Park also has a slow river for you to relax on and an artificial beach for sunbathing. In addition, for the youngest members of the family, the park has fun attractions for children or even for the family to enjoy.
Finally, it is important to know that it is not allowed to introduce food into the Siam Park. However, the park has several restaurants and cafes where you can recharge your batteries. You may want to eat something light to continue the fun as soon as possible and, on your way back to our hotel, share a tasty family dinner at our buffet restaurant.