Explore the hills of Donegal with your very own Alpaca to guide you. Set on the stunningly beautiful Knockamanny Bens at Ireland’s most northerly point, Malin Head. You can enjoy the spectacular views from Malin Head to Glashedy Rock to the Isle of Doagh and beyond with your new friend an alpaca each trek costs £20 for each person and lasts roughly 70 minutes, walks can be done solo or in groups up to 5.

Where can I go alpaca walking in Co. Donegal ?

Enjoy the natural environment, trekking with a herd of Alpaca, around Ireland’s most northerly point with the Wild Alpaca Way!

Are you a lover of animals and are looking for something fun and unique to do? How about a fascinating alpaca walk? visitors get the chance to take an alpaca for a walk while seeing stunning views. Alpacas are curious friendly and inquisitive creatures with excellent temperaments.

Alpacas in Ireland

Alpacas haven’t been in Ireland for very long, and are imported carefully from South America – currently, there are only a few hundred of them! A walk with Wild Alpaca Way means you’ll be among the few in the country to interact with these loveably animals.

You can book to have the Alpacas brought to you – perfect for Birthday parties, weddings etc. a meet and greet option is also offered for those unable to undertake the trek.

  • Scheduled walks at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm daily
  • Prices from £20 per person
  • Activity duration of around 70 minutes
  • Family booking packages are available
  • Located 10 minutes outside of Ballygorman

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