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We are located in the lovely village of Bardsea near Ulverston, right on the beach front, surrounded by woodland and at the foot of Birkrigg Common. Plenty of places to see and visit locally.
Our herd is constantly growing, we have Alpacas and Llamas, separate herds of females and males, all of them are different and full of character.
We now have some Cria (baby Alpacas) on the ground 😊.
£25 per person leading their own Alpaca (adults and children aged 10 and over)
£5 per child (aged 6 and over) to joint lead with a responsible adult who is leading an Alpaca already
A minimum of 2 alpacas need to be taken out together. We may put different groups together unless a private walk is requested.
To walk alongside an Alpaca and joint lead with an adult children must be at least 6 years old. A younger child can come along on the walk but they will need another adult to come as a spectator to look after them.
Booking in advance is recommended, weekends and holidays get very busy.
All visits need to be pre-booked in with us.
Any special requests please message us and we will see what we can do for you.
To lead an Alpaca you are required to use both hands to hold the lead rope.
Toddlers can be carried in specific baby carriers so you have both hands available for your Alpaca.
The walks take place within our grounds.
Everyone on the walk must be fit and able, and good on their feet, it is quite an easy walk over grass and uneven ground with some slight hills. It's quite a short walk nothing too strenuous, with more time spent with the animals when we get back.
Appropriate clothing and footwear must be worn.
Please don't come up in your nice new white trainers in the middle of winter 😅
We are located in the South Lake District at Bardsea near Ulverston, Cumbria.
All visits need to be pre-booked with us. Please don't just show up without a booking
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Bardsea Alpacas is a member of the British Alpaca Society.
Licenced for the exhibition of animals under the Animal Welfare (Licensing of Activities Involving Animals) (England) Regulations 2018