Aves del Paraíso

One of PortAventura’s most unusual and educational shows features parrots, macaws and other exotic birds from different continents of the world in the starring roles.

Type of Show​: Educational

Exclusive Access for people with disabilities and reduced mobility
Aves del Paraíso

Learn, enjoy and share this great show with your family!  Take a seat in front of the Makamanu stage and introduce your family to a large number of exotic birds from very different countries in this entertaining and colourful show that will win over the entire audience. A show that will teach you everything you need to know about the origin of the birds, their habits and their habitats. Aves del Paraíso features amazing creatures that deserve many rounds of applause, together with a lot of admiration and love, for their displays of skill and charm.

In this famous educational show, you can be very close to these splendid birds and learn all about them. Our presenter and his assistants will show you all the birds of PortAventura World and tell you interesting facts about each of them, such as their place of origin, the natural habitat in which they live, life expectancy, and much more!

It is ideal for children as they will have the chance to see the different species up close and to observe them in flight. Marvel at their colourful plumage!

Among the specimens that are introduced in this show, you will meet Lolita, a friendly parrot that speaks and sings for the audience! It is also the only show in Europe that features a Cassowary, the oldest existing species of bird.

Aves del Paraíso was first performed in 1995, with the opening of PortAventura Park. It is our longest-running show and continues to be one of the most popular thanks to the talent of its presenter and the adaptations it has undergone over time.  Don’t miss this fun and original educational show that will definitely leave you wanting more. Not to be missed!

Times: 12:45 – 15:45 – 17:00 – 18:15 – 19:15

Until: 07/09/2019
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