We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews gift shop feed the animals petting zoo alpaca wool fun stop sacred valley potatoes natural dyes intricate designs weaving techniques local women cultural center animal farm high quality items an animal lover finished product table runners
This was a roadside stop to see all the local Alpacas, Vicunas and Guanacos. You can feed them, learn about them and see the different types . They are very tame and you can actually take a picture next to them. There is a weaving...More
As others have said it is slightly like a petting zoo.
However this being my first time seeing a llama in person was quite special.
En route to the Sacred Valley you find out about Alpacas, Llamas and Vicunos and how special there wool is...More
This was my first stop on the Sacred Valley tour. Was it worth it? Definitely. It was interesting to find out about the different camelids as well as the local crafts and Incan culture and fascinating to learn about the local weaving and production of...More
Ohhh, we fell in love with this place!!! Originally planned to spend an hour, turned out to be almost half a day! It's totally worth it. The Llamas & Aplacas are so cute that you would wanna take back a bunch of them home :-)...More
This was the first stop in an all day Sacred Valley Tour. I agree with other reviews that this animal reserve is more like a petting zoo. For anyone wondering how to tell the difference between one Camelid and another this is an excellent quick...More
It was a 30 minute stop from Urumbamba to Cusco. TaxiDatum was helpful in coordinating the venue, though I would hardly say that you are missing much if you overlooked it. The shop and textile information on site was interesting. The Llamas are tethered and...More
If you are passing by then stop otherwise do not go out of your way. More like a petting zoo type of place. Education are is good and we did learn a few things. Items are VERY overpriced so stop only if you want to...More
Response from TorontoRover | Reviewed this property |
Find a tour of Sacred Valley that includes a stop here. I did it that way and as others stated, it is not a one spot destination. Nice as an aside but not a major attraction. Or if time is short, a trip to Pisac ruins and... More
Find a tour of Sacred Valley that includes a stop here. I did it that way and as others stated, it is not a one spot destination. Nice as an aside but not a major attraction. Or if time is short, a trip to Pisac ruins and market place would likely include this spot as well.
Response from Heart2Travel2 | Reviewed this property |
I had never seen anyone ride them. They are not like camels. I have seen someone try to ride an ostrich that was more tame and was not successful. I can’t imagine riding a llama because they are unpredictable.