Huckleberry Woods - VIP Private Alpaca Orchard Stroll for Two Tickets
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Experience a unique day out in Kent on an alpaca stroll for two at Huckleberry Woods
Enjoy a private walk with two adorable alpacas around the site of Huckleberry Woods in one of the best things to do in Kent for couples.
- Private Alpaca Walk for Two ages 9+ tickets from £65
- Adult spectators aged 17-64 tickets from £9.95
- Child spectators aged 2-16 tickets from £6.95
- Concession spectators aged 65+ tickets from £6.95
- Under 2's visit for free!
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Enjoy your one-to-one animal experience with an alpaca stroll at Huckleberry Woods
Take Huckleberry Woods' two beautiful alpacas, Teddy and Basil, for a half hour leisurely stroll around their ancient orchard home. This is a totally private experience for just you two (walks are lead by a member of the Huckleberry Woods team).
Includes entry to Huckleberry Woods micro animal adventures for two people for up to two hours. You'll have the whole orchard to yourselves during your walk, with plenty of photo opportunities and hand-feeding stops.
You can stop to greet the micro pigs, miniature donkeys, Teddy Bear sheep, ducks and chickens as you go.
You'll be accompanied on your walk by a Huckleberry Woods alpaca handler who will be very happy to tell you all about these beautiful, gentle creatures and answer any questions. Private alpaca strolls take place at 10am every day.
- Suitable for ages 9+
- If you are only spectating you still must have an entry ticket for Huckleberry Woods.
- Closed toe footwear is essential for your safety – no flip flops or sandals.
See additional information for accessibility and frequently asked questions.
How to get there
Huckleberry Woods are just 5 minutes from Faversham in Kent.
ME13 0TP for your SAT NAV (carry on 1/2 mile down the road towards Sittingbourne after your SAT NAV tells you to stop though).
Plenty of free parking for cars and bikes!
SAT NAV users please note:
Put the postcode ME13 0TP not the name of the road into the sat nav as there are two Lower Roads in Faversham.
Your Sat Nav will stop you 1/2 mile too soon or too far.
- Free Parking
Huckleberry Woods is based in an old orchard with no tarmac or concrete anywhere. Wheelchair users are welcome, but, to manage your expectations, it’s a bit of a bumpy ride (a bit like taking a wheelchair into the woods). The ground gets muddy after it’s been raining heavily so, it would definitely be better to aim for a dryer spell.
Fully trained assistance dogs are permitted if they are registered and trained by one of the eight accredited members of Assistance Dogs International or the International Guide Dog Federation.
This experience is enjoyable for two adults or sensible children over 9 years of age.
Younger children aren't able to accompany the alpacas on their walk. If you have a child younger than nine years old in your party you will have to bring another adult with you to supervise the child while the alpaca walk is taking place.
Children younger than nine will not be permitted to accompany you on the alpaca walk. It is not possible to walk the alpacas and carry a child at the same time.
Your friends and family are welcome to visit Huckleberry Woods while you're walking your alpacas. They'll need a spectator ticket to watch your experience from a short distance.
Your private alpaca experience will last around 30 minutes. All alpaca walks take place at 10am before other guests arrive. You're welcome to stay for the rest of the morning session to mingle with our other animals in the orchard.
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