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Alpaca Walks

Take a guided tour and explore the natural and tranquil surroundings of the

Rossway Park Estate with our friendly alpacas and our experienced guides 

Meet The Team

It starts at home. The most important people on the Estate are this special group who work hard to make Rossway Park Estate what it is and are committed to serving you.

Embrace your inner animal lover with this memorable, unique and fun experience, walking side by side an alpaca through a designated area of natural outstanding beauty.

Alpacas are affectionate and intelligent animals, each with their own character and personality. Due to their gentle, social nature they have been used as pack animals in South America for hundreds of years.

There is no better way to soak up the sunshine and fresh air than by taking a leisurely stroll with these beauties from the camelid family! The terrain is flat, so no special level of fitness is required to participate in these tours.

Book a Sunday funday date with us and make a new four legged cuddly friend.

  • 40 MINUTE WALK WITH LLAMA $40.00

  • 20 MINUTE WALK WITH LLAMA $25.00

Please note a minimum of 2 llamas need to be booked for each walk.

Bookings are essential. Secure your llama experience by calling and booking ahead.

 


Did you know?

  • To tell the difference between a llama and an alpaca look at their ears. Llamas have ears shaped like bananas

  • Llamas are members of the camelid family meaning they're closely related to camels

  • Llamas can grow as much as 6 feet tall though the average llama is between 5 feet 6 inches and 5 feet 9 inches tall.

Book An Alpaca Walk

  • My child is [enter age]. Can they come on the llama trek? Can they walk a llama?
    Customers must be 16 years or older to walk their own llama. Children younger than 16 can share a llama with an adult (i.e. the adult holds the llama’s lead at the same time as the child). Llamas are large strong animals that stand 1.8m (6 foot) and can weigh 200kg (450lbs) when mature. Children under 16 are welcome to attend the walk without a llama (i.e. someone else in your party walks the llama). Not suitable for young children unless they are good walkers (the trek route is approximately three miles and takes on average two hours to complete).
  • My child is [enter age]. Can they do the walk by themselves or do I need to accompany them?
    A paying adult will need to attend for each child under 16 that wants to walk a llama. We don’t recommend allowing your children to wander off into the woods unsupervised with strange llamas that you have never met before :) Customers must be 16 years or older to walk their own llama. Children younger than 16 can share a llama with an adult (i.e. the adult holds the llama’s lead at the same time as the child). Llamas are large strong animals that stand 1.8m (6 foot) and can weigh 200kg (450lbs) when mature. Not suitable for young children unless they are good walkers (the trek route is approximately three miles and takes on average two hours to complete).
  • How much does it cost?
    £45 per person to walk with a llama £30 per person to walk without a llama £30 per child under 16 (i.e. without a llama) Free for babies / non-walking children (be prepared to carry them for approximately three miles. Consider whether your child will be satisified to be carried / in a carrier for this amount of time). Not recommended for toddlers as the llama trek is approximately three miles long and we are unable to wait for you as most treks have multiple groups of customers. The llama trek route is not suitable for push chairs and buggies.
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