Walking with Llamas on the Jurassic Coast

Our Llama Walks And Experiences

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Peak Hill Llamas are delighted to be able to offer the following selection of light hearted llama experiences:and guided walks. All our walks are conducted very much at “llama pace” (not very fast!) as the llamas like to walk slowly and stop from time to time to admire the scenery and have a munch on the hedges!

Contact us to book your experience or walk. We advise you to book well in advance, as we do get very busy, particularly in the summer months. A small deposit is required to confirm a booking.

a) Experiences

1) Meet & Greet Experience – spend around an hour getting to know the llamas with choice of activities including grooming, clicker training,“llama agility”, feeding or a short walk. This experience is ideal for those not wishing to walk too far and is not weather dependent.

Cost: 20 per person

2) Meet & Greet “Plus”Experience - a Meet & Greet Experience as above, followed by a chance to watch the llamas from our Llama-lookout gazebo whilst enjoying either a selection of Danish pastries/muffins and hot drinks in the morning, or a Devonshire cream tea in the afternoon.

Cost: 25 per person

3) Half-day Llama Experience

Our half-day experiences last around three and a half to four hours. They are available either in the morning starting at 9.30 am, or afternoon starting at 2.00 pm and offer a range of activities including feeding, grooming, clicker training and agility as well as a walk. Morning experiences include a stop for drinks and Danish pastries or muffins and afternoon experiences include a Devonshire cream tea.

Cost: 60 per person

b) Walks

4) Basic Llama Walk - a gentle walk of around an hour and a half including a short introduction to the llamas and instruction on how to handle them.

Cost: 60 for two people with two llamas.
              Extra person with extra llama 30, extra person sharing llama 15

5) Morning Coffee Walk This walk starts at 10am and takes around an hour and a half including a short introduction to the llamas and instruction on how to handle them. After the walk we return to the Llama-lookout gazebo to watch the llamas in the paddock and have coffee/tea and a selection of delicious Danish pastries and/or muffins from our local bakery.

Cost: 70 for two people with two llamas
              Extra person with extra llama 35, extra person sharing llama 20

6) Afternoon Cream Tea Walk This walk starts at 2.30 pm and takes around an hour and a half including a short introduction to the llamas and instruction on how to handle them. After the walk we return to the Llama-lookout gazebo to watch the llamas in the paddock and have a Devonshire Cream Tea, with delicious scones from our local bakery and generous portions of jam and Devonshire clotted cream.

Cost: 70 for two people with two llamas
              Extra person with extra llama 35, extra person sharing llama 20

7) Family Activity Session & Walk - An approximately one and a half hour session of fun activities such as grooming, llama agility and a walk, followed by hot/cold drinks and a selection of biscuits back at the Llama Lookout Gazebo. This session can either be taken in the morning, starting at 10 am, or in the afternoon, starting at 2.30 pm.

Cost: 80 for 2 adults and 2 children aged 5 – 16 with two llamas.
             Extra adult and child with extra llama 40, extra adult (or child capable of walking              llama on their a llama on their own) with extra llama 20, extra adult or child
             sharing a llama 10

8) Winter Walk (available 1st November - 31st March*) - A bracing walk of around an hour followed by a warming hot drink back at the llama barn.

Cost: 50 for two people with two llamas.
              Extra person with extra llama 25 Extra person sharing llama 20

* Vouchers are not available for winter walks due to their limited period of availability.

All walks must have a minimum of two people with two llamas as they are herd animals and don't like going out of their own, however single people are very welcome to join in on a walk when we have others coming out. The maximum number of llamas per walk is six.

We regret that our walks and experiences are not suitable for:

– Children under 5, unless they can be carried or by special arrangement.

– Dogs, with the exception of assistance dogs or by special arrangement. Llamas view dogs as predators and are generally not comfortable walking with them. We do not have anywhere suitable to leave dogs whilst out on walks, and do not like them to be left in cars.

– Spectators or extra people who have not been booked in.

Peak Hill Llamas is a member of the Heart of Devon Tourism Partnership, as well as the British Llama Society, and is fully insured. All walks are accompanied by a qualified first aider.

Superb Bed and Breakfast accommodation can be arranged at the farm, where a warm welcome and hearty breakfast is assured. Again, it is worth booking well in advance, particularly in the summer months.