Alpaca walks
on the South Downs

Alpaca walks
on the South Downs

Alpaca experiences

Stud Farm is nestled at the foot of the beautiful South Downs, in the historic village of Telscombe and is the perfect location to meet, greet and walk with alpacas.

Group discounts
on walks

Group Discount on walks

Alpaca walks

Our walks take place from the farmyard and start with a H&S talk, some interesting alpaca facts and of course an introduction to our lovely boys. We will then head off across farmland where you have amazing views of the surrounding Downs. If you prefer not to lead an alpaca you can just accompany us all on the walk.

Meet and greet

Our meet and greet takes place on the farm at one of the alpaca holding pens. Here we will give you some information on these amazing creatures and test your knowledge with a little quiz! We will introduce you to all our boys and you will then get a chance to feed them chopped carrots and take some photos

Adopt an alpaca

You may not be able to own your own alpaca so why not foster one of ours. We have 8 gorgeous boys to choose from. Our packages make great gifts for adults and children alike, and are a great alternative present.

What to bring and who can walk alpacas

The Alpaca walk lasts around 1 hour and takes place around our farmland, with fantastic views of the South Downs. The ground is undulating, can be muddy and uneven and is all ‘off road’ along grass paths and tracks through fields and pasture. The ground can be slippery at times, so we suggest proper walking boots, wellingtons, or stout trainers and in the winter suitable wet weather or outdoor clothing.

Please do not try and book tickets for children’s under the following ages or in a ratio of more than two children to one adult, as we do not want to disappoint on the day.

Age Restrictions


age to lead an alpaca


ratio of children to adults


Minimum age to accompany an adult walker

On the walk

Wear appropriate footwear

No dogs

No prams
or buggies

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