Walking a llama is not something you do every day (unless you are us of course). Here are a few of the questions we are most frequently asked. If you have more, don't hesitate to contact us.
No. This is something we hope to change in the future. We only have pre-booked llama trekking guests. You can sometimes see our llamas from the garden of The Merry Harriers Pub.
If we have heavy, persistent rain, we postpone the trek. If we have drizzle or showers, we go we can always find sheltered routes. The Surrey Hills has its own micro-climate and we have regularly picnicked in the sunshine watching downpours over the South Downs.
March to December. We close in January and February as the footpaths can be unpassable.
The minimum age is 8 years. We do accept babies in backpack or papoose carriers.
In the beautiful village of Hambledon in Surrey. See our contact page for details and a map of how to get to us.
It simply depends on how many book but we limit the maximum number to roughly 16. Sometimes it may be just 2 but we average 8-10.
It is usually one llama between two people.
No, an adult llama is very strong but weight must be hung off his side in packs. Llamas have a very straight and rigid backbone and although people have ridden them in the past, it is now known to damage their backs
Deposits are not refundable but they are transferable. You can simply move your booking to another date or get back to us when convenient.
We cater for all diets - vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, dairy free, wheat free. We don't use nuts in anything.
Yes, llamas love carrots, apples and Brussels sprouts. We make special treat stops along the way. It's always a great photo opportunity.
Yes, but please let us know in advance. Llamas are very sociable and friendly towards most dogs but if you think your dog may bark constantly or if he/she is a terrier type likely to run around their back legs then it would be better not to.