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Llama Trekking

Llama Trekking

by Red Letter Days


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Llamas are perfect companions for an English country walk - affectionate, intelligent and happy to carry all your stuff! There's also something relaxing about their gentle presence. You'll receive a warm and informative welcome in the reception room, before taking the reins of your llama and heading out on a two-hour trek. Your fluffy new friend will happily carry your rucksack and camera as you walk through beautiful English countryside, a mixture of woodland and open fairway. Each trek is guided, usually with one llama companion per trekker (although when busy a llama may be shared by two). There are some great photo opportunities and afterwards you can meet the rest of the herd of 50-odd llamas. You are also welcome to picnic at the farm. Location: Towcester, Northamptonshire Availability: We offer weekend dates from April onwards and recommend booking at least four weeks in advance (even earlier for peak summer dates). Weather: You can call the venue before you leave if the weather looks bad or if there has been recent bad weather, but trekking would only normally be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions. Duration: Your trek will last for around two hours. Please arrive a few minutes in advance of your booked time to ensure a prompt start. The trek cannot be held up and any latecomers will forfeit their place. Numbers On Day: Your trek consists of a small group of up to six people, your llamas and your guide. Spectators: This experience is not suitable for spectators. Only paying guests may attend. Dress Code: Dress for a walk in the country, in long trousers, sturdy waterproof clothes and footwear, plus a hat on a cold day. Some spare wellies, rain capes and gaiters are kept at the farm for use by customers just in case. Guidelines: Catanger is located just outside the village of Lois Weedon on the Wappenham Road. Look out for the sign in the gateway and follow the drive down to the buildings. Restrictions: Minimum age is 12. You must be reasonably fit and able to walk several miles (usually around four and a half). Other Info: Please note you won't ride the llamas. They are trusting creatures and must be treated with respect at all times. Lunch is not included.

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