Have You Been Alpaca Walking in Sussex?

Looking for a great, family fun activity that gets you out and about with some super cute, fluffy animals, how about alpaca walks in Sussex.

There are a number of great Alpaca walks Sussex has to offer, check out the local alpaca farm Sussex for a great alpaca walk in Sussex.

Best Alpaca Walking Sussex Has To Offer

Dunreyth Alpacas

Location : Adsdean, Funtington, Chichester PO18 9DN

The walk takes approx. 50 min . You take a track through woods to a view point and then retrace back to the start point.

The length of time of the walk is dependent on the speed the Alpacas walk, you will then be invited to see  how they start the fleece processing and the finished garments.

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Northiam Alpacas

Location : Entrance on Rocks Hill, Northiam,Rye, TN31 6JQ

You will enjoy walking through fields and woodland in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Depending on the time of year, enjoy walking through woods full of bluebells or wood anemones. You never know you may sneak a peek at deer.

They will show you how to lead your alpacas so both you and the alpaca enjoys the experience. During the walk they will share their knowledge of the alpaca.

Have a close look at their fleece. They will stop whenever you see good photo opportunities whether it be a selfie or a group photo.

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Spring Farm Alpacas

Location : Spring Farm, North Hall Lane, Fletching, East Sussex, TN22 3SA

Spring Farm Alpacas now offers alpaca (and llama) walking around the beautiful farm in East Sussex. Situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Spring Farm is superbly located adjacent to the Ashdown Forest, Bluebell Railway, Sheffield Park and the historic village of Fletching.

Alpaca walking is huge fun for everyone – not just the alpacas! Alpacas are delightful and friendly animals and they all know their names.

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