Here at Dartmoor Llamas we have been extremely busy, so busy that I have completely forgotten I was supposed to write a blog every couple of weeks! I alway think that when the Devon County Show arrives so has Summer, well it has come and gone and I think Summer has also come and gone.…Details
As usual it is manic here, we don’t like to take things easy and when we do something we like to do it properly. Over the last few months it has become clear to us that if we want to continue with Alpacas and llamas then things had to change. since the onset of our…Details
We have been very busy with walks this spring, the busiest we have ever been really. It is always difficult with the weather at this time of year. I always say that walking with Llamas should be fun! so walking on Dartmoor with horizontal rain and the wind blowing a hoolly is not what I…Details
A little bit of Llama husbandry this afternoon, a toe nail trim for Leo. Leo’s toe nails on his back feet seem to grow really quickly, but getting hold of a Llamas back leg is a bit of a mission so we try to cut his nails whilst he is standing on hard ground. He…Details
The week before Easter is alway a bit hectic around here, we are usually rushing around getting everything ready for the fore-coming Holiday season. This week we had the last three windows in our Holiday cottages replaced and what a difference, the new ones have a large pane of glass giving uninterrupted views over the…Details
Dartmoor Llama Walks has been running now for eight years and we get busier year on year. We always try to improve the way we do things, learning new things about our animals, the Moorland we are walking on, the history of the area. Really we are trying to improve the experience we give to…Details
We are pleased to announce that our new website is now live. We hope you find it informative and enjoy looking at our pictures. You can meet our team of Alpacas and Llamas and make a booking to take a guided Llama walk on Dartmoor.