Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park is constantly growing and improving its leisure facilities for more fun and entertainment. So, if you want to join our company you can now apply by sending your cv here. We will read it carefully and confidentially.
A new project successfully completed and launched in record time. Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park has just released new facilities with many improvements and more amenities for all. Sea lions have new suites with individual swimming pools and those who choose to swim and interact with them, will enjoy comfortable changing rooms. Everyone, visitors and animals, will benefit from more secure, hygienic and aesthetic facilities. So far all have been congratulations from visitors and the sea lions are happier in […]
Last Sunday 13/01/2013 in Gran Canaria, Anthony Fernándes Casanova was able to take part in the TriWWW Asociacion Together Reaching Ilusions World Winners Way race , due to his efforts and the enthusiasm of our colleague Tatjana Taskovic we accompanied him to fulfill his dream and finnish the race.
Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park Alcalde Cabrera Torres Street (Noruega Street extension), s/n. Puerto del Carmen. WHERE ARE WE SITUATED? View Larger Map Contact
Time table of the exhibitions of Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park: Macaws & Cockatoos 11.0013.3016.00 Birds of Prey 11.3014.00 Sea Lions 12.3014.30 Lasso Show "The Dakotas" 13.10
To have lunch in a relaxed atmosphere with the taste of the Far West and to enjoy our famous BBQ you may visit… A restaurant where group lunches may also be organized.
The Aldabra Giant Tortoise (Aldabrachelys elephantina) is named after its habitat, the islands of the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles. The main population of this giant tortoise resides on this atoll, but another isolated population has been introduced by man on the island of Zanzibar. After the Galapagos Tortoise, the Aldabra Giant Tortoise is one of the largest tortoises of the world, with more than 1m body length. The average weight of a male is around 250kg, females are generally […]
The Boa Constrictor belongs to the infraorder Alethinophidia, which includes many non-venomous big snakes, such as the pythons and the anacondas. Like other members of this group, boas are constrictors, which means that prey is killed by a process known as constriction; after an animal has been grasped to restrain it, a number of coils are hastily wrapped around it. Then, by applying and maintaining sufficient pressure to prevent it from inhaling, the prey eventually succumbs due to asphyxiation, before […]
The Harris’s Hawk belongs to the same family as eagles, sparrow hawks, red kites and other birds of prey. The species is medium sized and native to the American continent. Unlike most of the birds of prey, the Harris’s Hawk is not solitary, but highly sociable. It lives in family groups and hunts cooperatively in “packs”. These hawks even cooperate in the upbringing of their offspring. Main characteristics The Harris’s Hawk is a medium-large bird of prey, of approximately 50 […]