Alpaca Walking & Llama Trekking

Hensting Alpacas

Alpaca Walking Vouchers

A Great Christmas or Birthday present purchase vouchers for our events here:

Alpaca | Llama walking Vouchers for that perfect gift

Vouchers as of 11th October will now expire in a full 6 months after purchase

Thinking what to do this weekend? Why not purchase one of Alpaca or Llama walking vouchers for one of our  events. your guest can come and Join us here in Otterbourne Hampshire, when the weather is good we like to walk  our Alpacas. This allows you the general public to come and get up close to these beautiful animals, hear them  hum to each other, feel how soft their fleece is and look into their big brown eyes! It also serves us a purpose as  we get them used to people and being handled on the halters, which in turn trains them for the shows that we  enter. The money we collect helps towards the cost of feeding them. There are now a large number of vouchers  designs to choose from

Otterbourne is a small secluded village were the chalk streams meander along ancient river beds, to the sea 11  miles away. We own 12 acres of grasslands alongside The Itchen Navigation; this part of the river was used years  ago to transport goods by way of barge to Winchester, Basingstoke, West & East Sussex ,Berkshire,  Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Surrey, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire Kent  London and beyond. We do not see any boats on the river now, they have long gone. Animals have returned to the  quiet environment as we have otter, king fisher, dragon fly and all manner of insects and butterflies

MORNING WALKS and afternoon walks, vouchers Valid for 6 months

  • 2 people 1 Alpaca £41inc vat Special (normal price £55)  
  • 1 person 1 Alpaca £28 family ticket £76.

Walk a baby Alpaca (Cria)

  • 1 person 1 Cria £48
  • 2 people 1 cria £53
  • family ticket £96


Kiln Lane, Brambridge, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 6HT

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Outside Southern Water Gates Lay-by just on left, before railway bridge when travelling west down Kiln Lane

Or from Brambridge Park gardens, turn left out of their gates, travel over 2 hump bridges and you will see a lay-by on left with tall iron gates (if you go under the railway line, you have gone too far). A representative from Hensting Alpacas will be at the Parking facilities are on site and you will be directed where to park from the entrance gates.

Wellington boots are available to hire when it is muddy