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Surrey Hills Llamas

Zoos and Wildlife Parks, Outdoor
Profile iconAges 9+
Location iconHambledon
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Attraction Information

When you think of relaxing family days out you may not imagine walking a llama through the country, which is exactly what you can do at Surrey Hills Llamas.

Just 40 minutes from Trafalgar Square this attraction could not be more different than those in the hustle and bustle of the city. Families can come and meet the affectionate, friendly and intelligent llamas, each of which has their own personality, and take them for a walk through the outstanding open beauty of the Surrey Hills. Even children who are reluctant walkers will do so with a spring in their step once they have hold of a llama on a lead!

Feel all your stresses melt away as you enjoy being in such close proximity to these affectionate animals with all the wonders of nature at your feet and fingertips. Since 2003 over 20,000 llama lovers have walked these paths aged 8-86! There are all kinds of different treks such as The English Picnic Trek - where the llama will even carry your drinks and food – and, for a special occasion, try The Luxury Champagne Picnic Trek. That’s romance for you, just you, your loved one and a llama.

Have a truly unique animal experience!

  • Children’s birthday party trek
  • Corporate events
  • Treks available throughout the year – check the website for details

Opening hours

Please see website for details

Location

Address

The Merry Harriers,
Hambledon,
Surrey,
GU1 9BN,
England

Phone number

01428 682883

Pricing

General Admission
English Picnic Trek from £48.00
Summer Evening Trek from £27.60
Winter Morning Trek from £48.00

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FAQ & Additional Information

Additional Info

Weather

If there is heavy, persistent rain, we postpone the trek. 

Clothing

Appropriate shoes are recommended. Some of the paths may get muddy and slippery. 

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