Where to enjoy an Alpaca Walk in Hampshire 2024

We have only been alpaca walking once but it was such a nice, relaxing and unique experience and something we really enjoyed doing as a family, making memories that we could treasure forever whilst having quality time together. Alpacas are such beautiful, gentle animals and an alpaca walk is such a fun activity in the great outdoors too. 

Since then I have been looking for more alpaca walks locally and alpaca experience days that we can book as family experiences or to give as gifts. Alpaca walks make wonderful gifts for all ages and for any special occasion. Plus, many gift experience websites have alpaca walks and also have special offers at various times of the year.

What is an alpaca walk?

An alpaca walk is exactly what it says – you get the chance to walk an alpaca. Alpaca farm experiences vary but you usually have one alpaca between 1-2 people and there are often other animals on the farm to meet. This could be just farm animals or things like meercats and other animals with their own feeding or handling sessions available to book. 

I thought I would put together all the alpaca walks in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to give you some inspiration for a day out or gift idea. I’ll add more as I come across them too.

Hampshire Alpaca Walks

Pennybridge Alpacas

The Alpaca Experience is a two hour Meet and Greet with a short halter walk lasting at least 20 minutes.

Where: Pennybridge Farm, Greywell Road, Up Nately, Hook, Hampshire RG27 9GT

Cost: £50 for 2 people, £100 for 4 people, £150 for 6 people.

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Hensting Alpacas

The Alpaca Walks kick off at 10am and last for two hours. The experience includes health and safety as well as educational information about the alpacas. before the walk begins. Through fields and meadows, alongside the river and with a chance to see other animals too.

Where: Hensting Alpacas, Kiln Lane, Otterbourne, Eastleigh Hampshire SO50 6HT

Cost: Prices start from £26 for one person with one alpaca. They also have a llama keeper experience too.

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Broad Oak Alpaca Farm

Enjoy an alpaca picnic – Meet and greet picnic with the alpacas! Packages available that include picnic food – or you can choose to bring your own.

Where: Broad Oak Alpaca Farm, Broad Oak Lane, Hook, Hampshire RG29 1AG

Cost: From £15 per adult, £5 per child without picnic food.

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Petlake Alpacas of the New Forest

Take an alpaca on a slow walk around the farm. Get to know the gentle creatures and learn all about them from your guide as you walk.

Where: Petlake Farm, Bartley, Southampton, Hampshire SO40 7LA

Cost: From £32 for one person with one alpaca. Private walks for up to to five people available with two Alpacas £125

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Alpaca Walks in the South East

Slowhayes Alpacas

Slowhayes Alpacas don’t offer a typical alpaca walk experience but they do a mindful walk with the alpacas, an alpaca meet and greet or an alpaca walk followed by afternoon tea with the alpacas!

Where: Showhayes Suri Alpacas, Slowhayes House, Arters Lawn, Southampton, Hampshire SO40 4UL

Cost: Costs vary depending on experience.

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Alpaca Walks in the South East

Meon Farm Alpacas in Droxford don’t have alpaca walks as such but they do have a lot of other experiences available like the Alpaca Feed Rounds.

Alpaca Walks in the South East

Isle of Wight Alpaca Walks

West Wight Alpacas and Llamas

Get up close and personal with alpacas and llamas during a walking experience with awesome views from the top of the farm. Learn more about the amazing creatures with knowledgeable guides and walk past the birthing field where you might even see an alpaca birth! The experience includes entrance to the farm

Where: West Wight Alpacas, Main Road, Wellow, Isle of Wight PO41 0SZ

Cost: £23.45 per person

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Alpaca Walks in the South East

I hope that’s given you inspiration for an alpaca walk near you. If I’ve missed off your favourite please do get in touch and let me know. I’ll add more as I find them too. 

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