Alpaca Park is a spacious, well-kept area where you can meet, feed and even take a walk with our furry and exceptionally friendly Alpacas! Here you will find 10 Alpacas of two different breeds –Huacaya and Suri. Suri is a rare breed of Alpaca-wool is considered the most valuable, the number of animals of this species on the planet is less than 5% of the total number of Alpacas.
1. When visiting Alpaca Park, do not leave children unattended. Hold small children by the hand or in your arms.
2. Do not pull the hair and do not tease the Alpaca-these actions can be perceived by the animals as a manifestation of aggression.
3. Visitors are only allowed to feed the animals with food purchased at the Alpaca Park.
4. The administration reserves the right to regulate the number of visitors to the park, including temporarily stopping access to the territory, based on the number of visitors who have already entered.
5. The administration is not responsible for accidents that occur as a result of a user’s violation of these rules.
6. The park administration is not responsible for personal belongings and bags left unattended.
Up to 90cm
ree of charge, accompanied by an adult over 16 years old. The accompanying person pays for the ticket.
Up to 12 years old
Accompanied by an adult over 16 years old, subject to payment of the ticket by the accompanying person and the child.
For safety reasons, at the locations is prohibited:
Violate public order.
Smoking, eating, drinking.
Pass with animals.
Carry dangerous objects.
Climb over the fence.
Bring your own food.
At the locations is not allowed:
State of alcohol or drug intoxication.
Diseases of the nervous system.
Admission of persons with disabilities is made by the decision of the park administration.
In case of unfavorable weather conditions, the operation of the location may be suspended.