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Go walkies South American-style with National Forest Llama Treks, an unusual “let’s-do-something-different” trekking experience.
You couldn’t wish for a gentler, friendlier, or naturally inquisitive hiking partner – on four legs anyway.Full of individual personality, ‘the boys’ enjoy trotting along behind as your fully guided trek sets off for a fun, informative, and relaxing walk in England’s heartland countryside.With grooming and feeding opportunities too, along with a luxurious picnic to satisfy your own appetite, you’ll come away feeling relaxed after a lovely llama chill-out.National Forest Llama Treks are always happy to discuss your visit ideas, so get in touch with the centre before you travel.
National Forest Llama Treks are currently closed, with no date set for reopening. Please check the website below for more information.
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