Llama Walk FAQ
When Do You Offer Llama Walks?
Llama Walks take place on Saturdays and Sundays and last two and a half hours. If it’s raining, too humid or ridiculously hot, neither you nor the llamas would want to take a walk! Come for a Llama Llesson instead in our fully enclosed, fully air-conditioned barn!
Which Llama Will I Walk?
You will walk ALL the llamas on the trail during your Llama Walk by rotating with the other guests.
How Much Does a Llama Walk Cost?
The cost for this unique animal adventure is $50 per person.
Do You Offer Private Llama Walks For Groups?
Yes! For groups of ten or more we offer private Llama Walks. Contact llama@shangrillama with your proposed date. Each person can pay separately, if you’d like, using our online reservation service, which you can access by clicking this link: Book Now. This will also bring you to our online calendar for selecting your group’s date.
Is There An Age Limit?
Because these animals are 400-pounds and six-feet-tall, we are unable to accommodate children younger than eight years old on the trail. Everyone from ages 8 to 17 must have an accompanying parent or guardian at all times. Unfortunately we cannot make any exceptions for Llama Walks; however, at Llama Llessons we welcome children as young as 4.
You must be capable of walking unassisted for two and a half hours to safely participate in a Llama Walk.
Llamas are the only animals that may participate in a Llama Walk.
You must be able to jog for short intervals, if a llama picks up his stride.
Both hands must be free at all times.