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Farm Tours

Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened

Anatole France 


Learn more about alpacas

by discovering our self-guided educational tour

It will only take one visit to be completely charmed by our alpacas and the pristine setting in which we raise them.  The self-guided tour is a great way to discover the farm and our beautiful animals. 

Our self-guided circuit will lead you around our pastures and is designed to allow you to go at your own pace.  Interpretive panels in place will allow you to discover the history of the farm, alpaca behavior and more about the day-to-day life raising them.


The walking circuit takes anywhere between 30 to 45 minutes (depending on your pace) during which you will be able to observe them graze in their pastures, feed those who come closer to the fences and learn everything there is to know about these magnificent animals.


- The self-guided tour is a walking circuit that is available year round during our opening hours.

- Admission tickets can be purchased at the outdoor admission booth during the high season and inside the boutique during the off-season.

- No reservation is necessary unless you are a group of 20 person or more.

-  The self-guided tour does not include a guide and is incorporated into the first section of our nature trails.  It follows the perimeter fences of our pastures where you will find interpretive panels.

- The walking circuit is mostly on grass with some small gravel sections.  We do recommend closed-toe shoes in the summer, rain boots in damp weather and good walking boots (with cleats) in winter. 


- When visiting with a toddler, jogger type strollers are best but strollers with bigger wheels would be fine.  We do not recommend visiting the farm with a lightweight stroller (small wheels).  


- Please note that our alpacas are free to roam between their pastures and shelters at any given time during the day so please keep in mind that we cannot guarantee their presence in their pastures at all times.  Extreme weather conditions such as heavy wind, rain or snow as well as extreme cold and heat waves can push alpacas to hide inside their shelters.  Please consider weather prior to planning your visit.   


- Tap drinking water is NOT available on-site.  PLEASE plan on bringing your own water and bottle as we do not endorse the use of or promote single-use plastic bottles.

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