Llama Trekking on the Isle of wight

Llamas on the Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is England’s largest offshore Island and one of the smallest counties. Nearly half the Island is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, comprising of picturesque downland, woodland and beautiful sandy beaches. With Quinta da Llama you will be able to leave the car behind and explore some of the many bridleways criss-crossing the Island. You will discover beautiful views, hidden gems and walk in the steps of dinosaurs while leading your very own llama. A holiday on the Isle of Wight isn’t complete without a llama trek.

About Llamas

Llamas are bred for trekking, and our llamas come from bloodlines that have always been around people, and will happily walk beside you, peacefully accepting your commands without any fuss. You can’t ride llamas but they will carry your pack whilst you enjoy your trek. During your trek you will get to learn all about these intriguing animals. Our walks are a relaxed, enjoyable experience, suitable for anyone over the age of ten but accompanied younger ones are welcome. You can even dress up in traditional Peruvian costumes!

You should be reasonably fit as you’ll need to be capable of walking for up to an hour at a steady pace on uneven ground. Walking shoes or wellies are sensible.

You will need to pre-book your trek with us and arrive promptly at your appointed time. Upon arrival you will be introduced to these unique and gentle animals and shown how easy it is to handle them. After a talk about llamas and how to handle your new walking companion you will be invited to give them a brush. Not only does it help you get acquainted but it also ensures they are looking their best on the day.

Pop Up Llama Experiences on the Isle of Wight

A bespoke “pop-up” llama experience can be tailored to your exact requirements. We can provide llamas for children’s parties, corporate days, hen parties or even weddings. If you want some llamas at a garden party, summer fetes, or other event, then we can help. We have previously worked with the Garlic Farm offering llama treks around the Farm.

Please contact us for a bespoke package and price.

Sorry, we don’t allow spectators or dogs on our walks.


Family Trek


A family llama walk with two llamas. 30-40 minutes with two adults and two children (under 14).

Extra adults – £20 each
Extra children – £15 each

Couples trek


A trek for couples handling a llama each.

Our adult walks take a little longer and take in more of the beautiful island scenery. Each trek will be about 90 minutes.

Single Adult Trek

£30 ea

Adult Trekking with a single llama each.

Our adult walks take a little longer and take in more of the beautiful island scenery. Each trek will be about 90 minutes.

Bespoke Llama Experiance


We have treks to suit everyone. We can organise a children’s party they will never forget, memorable corporate days, fun hen parties, corporate team building or you can even buy a trekking voucher to give as a gift.

We don’t just trek, we also breed llamas and during the summer months you can visit our mums and babies. We can even bring our llamas to your wedding.

Please call or email us for details.

Llama of the Month

Llama of month for this month is Landon, voted for by Emily who had the “best day ever“ at Quinta da Llama with Lucy and Trish on the Shalfleet “Quay walk” on Saturday 18th May 2019. The walk was arranged through “The Price Is Wight” by Emily’s godmother Trish. Emily, who is from Peckham in South London was so taken by our Landon that said she was now considering her busy urban life.We all had a great few hours together and we hope to see them again when they next visit the Isle of Wight.

Events in January 2021

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Clare & Steve from Beech, UK
We wanted something very special to do with our children during a visit to the wonderful Isle of Wight. Rosa and Simon arranged a Llama trek in Shalfleet Village. The whole experience was amazing, we all learned so much about these fantastic animals as well as seeing historic sites and amazing views of the Solent. The children are still talking about it.