Alpaca Annie 

Romney Marsh, Kent

Over fourty curious and quirky alpacas make their home on Alpaca Annie's Kentish farm, where their fleeces make snuggly scarves, socks, and hats.

Visitors are welcome to meet the South American creatures, as well as accompany them on treks in the surrounding area. Animal lovers can also sponsor one of the alpacas, which are known for their gentleness and inquisitive nature.

Trekking

The alpacas used are halter trained, gentle, sensitive and inquisitive - which leads to fun and laughter and they get as much pleasure from the trek as you will.

Trekking is a wonderful way to get the feel of Romney Marsh, the dykes, the farmland, crops and it is a unique time with the alpacas to learn more about them.

Alpacas make ideal partners for trekking for all ages, groups, singles, special occasions and it is great for families (children under 14 are very welcome but they must be closely supervised by a responsible adult at all times and will share an alpaca with an adult). When you come to visit the alpacas please remember they are a farm, so please do dress accordingly, suitable shoes or wellies and warm clothing as appropriate.