A two-hour alpaca experience will have guests learn to halter and lead alpacas while learning about the curious creatures
What You'll Get
Animal-lovers can enjoy a two-hour stroll around Vale Farm with an alpaca in tow (usually £30 per person). In small groups of up to eight people, guests will be shown how to halter and gently lead alpacas across the land, whilst a member of staff enlightens participants about what makes the creatures so special. Along the way there will also be opportunities for photos with the alpacas and guess will receive drink each.
Choose from the following options for a two-hour ‘Walk with Alpacas’ Experience with drink for each person:
£18 for one person on a Tuesday, Thursday or Friday (40% off)
£34 for two people on a Tuesday, Thursday or Friday (43% off)
£18 for one person on a Saturday (40% off)
£36 for two people on a Saturday (40% off)
A premium alpaca breeding centre in the heart of Leicestershire, Charnwood Forest Alpacas provide all the services, accessories and facilities needed for the care of the South American animals. Stud services, shearing and animal husbandry are all offered by the team, who use their specialist knowledge to ensure the creatures are well looked after. Young and old alpacas are regularly available to buy, while those without the required time and space can make use of the centre’s livery service.
The Fine Print
Expires 90 days after purchase (excl. bank holidays).
Purchase: Limit 2 per 1 or 2 people. May buy 1 additional as a gift.
Booking: Required online at www.pukkapacas.com/walking-with-alpacas. 48-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: Valid Tue, Thu Fri 2pm-4pm; Sat-Sun 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Valid at Vale Farm, Charley Road, Charley, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE12 9YB. Must sign waiver. New customers only. Limited wheelchair access. Must wear sensible outdoor clothing appropriate for the weather and experience. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using merchant's website on 17 Dec 2014.