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Animal lovers enjoy spending time with our majestic Llama. They are fascinating animals to spend time with. Wonderfully intelligent, but with a shrewd cleverness. We offer two lengths of trek: 1 hour or half-day: HALF-DAY TREK (most popular...more
We were lucky enough to spend a few hours walking with kevin and his llamas.... such funny and interesting creatures! !
I would highly recommend this non strenuous walk, be sure to watch the cows and horses reactions to the llamas too!!
We had a brilliant time walking with the llamas along the Kaikoura peninsular to the seal colony and back. Who would have thought that trekking would involve bonding with the llamas, and that they had such different personalities? Kevin, our guide, gave us lots of...More
Half a day trek with fantastic llamas and beautiful views. What more could you want?
I loved every minute of the trek and it was incredible getting to spend a couple of hours with friendly llamas. Add on delicious cake and some education about Kaikoura...More
I had such a fantastic day with Kevin and his llamas!Myself and a few other travelers each had our own llama to trek through Kaikoura. They were all so much fun and well behaved. Guide Kevin looked after us extremely well by giving us lots...More
Would highly recommend this llama trek to anyone. We walked from central Kaikoura along the water front to the very first part of the peninsula, stopping for a break at fyffe house where we got complimentary entry (usually $10) and stopped for sandwiches, cake and...More
Had an amazing day llamatrekking through beautiful Kaikoura with llama 'Pete'! The llama's are so friendly and cute and really funny! We had a beautiful walk along the coast with spectaculair views of the mountains.
The 'Fyffe house' was so pretty and really interesting, had...More
Me and my girlfriend went llama trekking, and totally loved it. The llamas might be intimidating for a minute, but you will get to know them soon enough. Along the beautiful coast of kaikoura you will get lots great photo moments, and you will be...More
I don't think it's suitable for the child to trek directly as they would be too little to hold the llama. There's also a 3-4 km walk. It would work if one patent walks with the llama andcthe other looks after the child.