We had an AMAZING time on our alpaca trek. We all loved this magical experience and haven’t stopped talking about it since! Cheryl and Jonny were knowledgeable about alpacas and answered any questions we all had
What AMAZING wedding guests, our wedding day was complete with the addition of these fabulous boys. They totally stole the show, the guests (children and adults) loved feeding and petting them and getting a few great photos. Thank you so much to the lovely, friendly and helpful owners Cheryl and Jonny
Alpacas originate from South America and traditionally were bred for their fibre or coat. Their fibre is hypoallergenic and therefore a very versatile material. Alpacas are sheared once a year and their fibre can be spun to wool and made into a variety of items!
Alpacas belong to the camelid family and are often confused with llamas, another member of the camelid family. Alpacas are smaller with shorter ears, whereas llamas are much taller with banana shaped ears.
Alpacas only have teeth on their bottom gum and therefore all treats need to be carefully cut to size! They do not have a hoof, but a pad with a toenail-like claw.
Baby alpacas are called “cria” and, unbelievably, the birthing process is called “unpacking”!!!
Walking Alpacas in Northern Ireland is incredibly calming and they are fantastic therapy animals. You can’t meet our Northern Ireland alpacas and not leave with a smile on your face! Time spent with these amazing animals does wonders for your mental wellbeing. Alpacas are incredibly intelligent and are quick to learn.
Go Alpaca Trekking in Northern Ireland on the Causeway Coast and see for yourself what amazing and interesting animals they are!
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