Severnwye Llama Trekking is based in the beautiful Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. We have been llama trekking since 2001 and now have camels, mules, donkeys, rabbits, birds and a large collection of other animals.
Our llamas can be seen trekking through the Forest regularly, heading out from our start point at Mallards Pike Lake, carrying food, water and other kit for groups of walkers.
Llamas are wonderful animals that have a placid and helpful nature, and relate well to humans. They all enjoy their walks and have no trouble carrying the equipment and supplies for a great day out.
Our camels often accompany treks with the llamas, but are most often seen at weddings, agricultural shows, parades and many other events.
Shows & Events
So you want something different. The committee in its wisdom are divided. They demand something unique and exciting. Someone mentions an act they have seen at another show last year, but everyone else saw it as well. In fact it's not unique and certainly not exciting.
Look no further the Severnwye Llamas and Camels are available and may well be the answer to your dreams.
The Llamas and Camels arrive in their own large transporter and are completely self contained. All you have to provide is the necessary space. For the duration of the event they will be on show delighting your customers with their lovely temperaments.
Severnwye Llamas and Camels are also available for special functions eg. Opening of shops, garden centres, sporting events, exhibitions and promotional work.
Moira Fraser has been advising clients on all aspects of wedding planning for over twenty years.
The llamas and camels make superb guests at a wedding. They will entertain and amuse, and wedding guests would be thrilled and impressed.
Over the years hen parties have become a major part of the trekking schedule. Llama trekking is strictly a "no risk experience." We never have anyone opting out as they are afraid of heights or water to name but a few adrenaline pursuits.
What can be more exciting than walking through the forest with camels, llamas and the hen in her luxury mule drawn carriage, followed by champers and a fabulous luxury picnic?