Alpaca Walks

 
Kensington Prairie Farm Alpaca Walks
Our Alpaca Walks are one of the only opportunities to feed the alpacas out of your hands at our farm.
 

 

ALPACA WALKS:

Friday & Sunday 
10:00 am // 11:00 am

We recommend that you arrive on farm at least 10 minutes early for your pre-booked walk to check in and wash your hands (pre-payment is now required for 100% of the balance via e-transfer).

 If you miss the initial safety talk, you will not be permitted on the walk. 

The cost for walks are as follows:

 $90/alpaca (Maximum 2 people per alpaca)

Private Weekday Alpaca walks (Sunset included) - $135/alpaca
(Maximum 2 people per alpaca)

Walks are 30 minutes long.

Walks must be booked in advance and operate on a first-come, first-served basis. 

In order to book your tour, please e-mail info@kpfarm.com

 

 

Alpaca COVID-19 Tour Information: 

 We are committed to the safety of our family, visitors and staff here at the farm. In light of Covid-19, we will be sanitizing contact-surfaces more frequently on the farm and in the on-farm boutique. In addition, only one household/ 10 individuals will be permitted in the store at once. 

 

 

The tour director will discuss:

  • The origin of Camelids with a specific focus on Alpacas
  • Alpaca temperament and behaviour
  • The shearing process (from fibre to fashion) and the 6-point Alpaca Fleece Grading System
 

HOW TO BOOK:

In order to book your walk, please e-mail info@kpfarm.com, confirm your chosen date and then send payment via e-transfer and/or by calling with credit card information and your spot will be reserved.

If our walks are completely booked, we are able to place your name on our wait-list in the event there is a cancellation. You will be notified before 8:00 pm on the Thursday/Friday, the evening before the tour, if space has become available.

In order to re-book or cancel your tour, you must email info@kpfarm.com 48 hours before your reserved tour time. 

     

    Proceeds from tours are donated to Quechua Benefit, a children's charity in Peru and/or to KPFarm's rescue animals.

    For more information on the charity, visit www.quechuabenefit.org.