Llama Land is nestled in the hills just three miles from Truro in Cornwall. The Tripp family has farmed the land where the llamas live for three generations, mostly as a sheep farm. In the past eleven years, 10 new hedgerows and 14,000 trees have been planted improving the conservation value of the farm, enhancing the environment as well as giving extra shelter for the animals.
We first brought llamas to our farm in order to help control our scrub areas and to protect our sheep from foxes. Since then Llamas have stolen our hearts and taken over our lives. Now we have a herd of Llamas gracing our land. Our Llamas are part of the family and our children have had great pleasure in naming each and every one of them.
Llama Lland has one of the largest "clouds" of llamas in the country. Llamas can be a little misunderstood, however, make one visit to Llama Lland and you will see what lovely creatures they can be. We pride ourselves on our sociable, well trained animals and would love you to come and meet them.
During spring we have the mums and babies for you to see, or come and take a walk with one of our trekking boys and you might just find yourself smitten. So many have fallen in llama love that we have started an adopt-a-llama scheme so you can keep in touch. We can come to you too - for an unusual attraction at a special event or a care home visit to get people talking.
Llama Walks - Have an enjoyable time meeting our llamas and then lead a llama on a walk around our beautiful farm. The visit will last 2-3 hours and include refreshments.
Luxury Llama Treks to Idless Woods (6 hours OR 4 hours) - We pack the llamas up with picnic lunch and go out for the day.
Farm visits - from Birthday parties with a difference to educational visits for school groups, we can tailor the visit to suit your needs.
Family Visit Days - Bring the kids for a guided walk on the farm, an ideal family day out.
We can come to you - whether it is care home visits or an unusual attraction at your special event