Have questions? You’re in the right place!

The alpacas are here to answer anything you need to know. They can’t operate a computer but will happily help you plan the perfect day with your friends and family!

Yes! Alpaca are very inquisitive and quite timid by nature.  They are also much smaller, and more approachable than their big cousin, the Llama!

We’re now doing kids mornings for families of all ages! For those preferring a shorter walk please see kids mornings and mini treks. Please note all children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

To take one of our alpacas on one of the beach treks you should be over the age of 14. If you are between the age of 8-14 you’re welcome to tag along beside your adult during this trek at no extra charge! We only allow one child and one adult to an alpaca however, in the interest of wellbeing for the animals.

It costs £20 per person for the main treks, and £10 per person for the kids sessions and mini treks.

For the wellbeing of our animals we can only allow 1 adult per alpaca but 1 child aged 8-14 may walk alongside each paying adult at no extra charge. For families with younger children, or if you have more than one child per adult and want them all to take part we now run kids sessions and mini treks for groups of all ages and abilities.

For bookings please be sure to book your time here on our calendar before coming along to meet the alpacas, so they know to come out and greet you!

Please book your preferred date and time on our calendar to meet the alpacas.

We are a by booking only tourism destination, just near Dunbar in East Lothian. If you book here we will be in touch so you can easily find us!

If you are a single person booking an alpaca trek, please can you email us to book alongside an existing booking, as alpacas are herd animals and prefer not trekking alone!

By popular demand we are now running kids sessions with the alpacas! The format of this is tailored for a younger audience and is run in an enclosed field rather than along the John Muir Way. Please book here to bring your child on kids session (these typically run for 1 hour, and an adult should accompany them).

Alpacas hum for lots of reasons! It can be when they are curious, content, bored, sometimes worried, or just being cautious.

We always trek when possible even in bad weather, this is Scotland after all and it tends to rain a wee bit! The alpacas don’t mind a bit of light rain but if the wind is too strong or if it’s pouring outside, they prefer to shelter indoors! If the weather is too bad and we can’t make it out, all bookings will be subject to cancellation and rescheduling.

Typically no, they have a much sunnier disposition than your average Llama!

However they are animals after all, so you should expect all kinds of animal behaviour. This may include pooping, humming, eating, spitting etc…. 🙂

Please dress according to the weather, we’ll be going off the beaten track, so wellies are a great option!

Yes we have both a standard female and gents toilet facilities, along with wheelchair accessible toilet facilities.

Sorry dogs are not allowed on our alpaca walks! The alpacas are a bit jumpy around them and their wellbeing is our top priority.

 If you have any further questions or feedback please click here to send us an instant message and we’ll be more than happy to help.