Alpaca and Llama Walk in Isle of Wight

Attention all animal lovers! West Wight Alpacas is a trekking and alpaca and llama stud farm set within 23-acres of picturesque countryside in the village of Wellow on the Isle of Wight and is home to a wonderful herd of unique Suri alpacas and woolly & Suri llamas. Get up close and personal with these furry friends on a walking experience with amazing views. Learn all about these amazing creatures with knowledgeable guides and walk past the birthing field where you might just get lucky and witness an alpaca birth!

 

Why take a walk with the West Wight Alpacas and Llamas?

In each 40 minute walk, you will get to meet the friendliest animals as well as witness spectacular scenery from the farm.

You must have sturdy footwear, sensible clothes preferably without flappy coats and remember to bring a camera. For health and safety reasons you can’t eat or drink on the way around, however, the cafe has refreshments available for you either before or after your walk.

  • Walk: £20.95 per person (Price includes entry to the farm)

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