For a truly enjoyable and unforgettable experience come walking with llamas (sometimes known as "llama trekking") on East Devon’s spectacular Jurassic Coast - England’s first natural World Heritage Site and an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
We are proud to be able to offer this sustainable and environmentally friendly activity in this beautiful area .
Peak Hill Llamas was set up in 2006 by Maggie Jee and partner, Paul. We are based on a 330 acre beef and sheep farm just outside Sidmouth, on the Jurassic Coast.
We purchased our first two llamas, Rufus and Jonesy, in November 2005 from Catanger Llamas in Northamptonshire, but, just over a year later having being bitten firmly by the “llama bug” we heard of six trekking llamas for sale and couldn’t resist! So in April 2007 we were joined by Ben, Blitzen, Golly, Ollie, Guy and Mac from Llyndy Llamas in Dorset whose owner was emigrating to New Zealand.
Half Day Llama Experience
Available mornings from 9 am until approximately 1 pm. Danish pastries and coffee/tea provided. During the morning you will learn about llamas - their care, behaviour and training and be able to:
• Help prepare the llamas' breakfast
• Help feed the llamas
• Groom a llama
• Have a go at llama agility!
• Take a llama for a walk around the fields
Peak Hill Llamas welcomes visits from schools, scout and guide groups and other youth organisations.
For a small charge per child we will provide an enjoyable and educational session with the llamas in the llama paddock, followed by a short walk.