The Alpaca Farm in Mitzpe Ramon is the only place in the world where over 400 exotic alpacas and llamas are raised and cared for. Visitors can hand-feed the friendly alpacas and llamas and watch them as they go about their fascinating daily activities; courting, spitting and sand-bathing. Visitors also learn about the Andes mountains- the homeland of the alpacas. There is also a Wool House where visitors can try their hand at weaving alpaca wool. Children up to 25kg can also ride an alpaca- an adventure that few children will experience. Older children can ride a pony or donkey. There is also a café on site. How to get there: from Be’er Sheva, 80km to Mitzpe Ramon, 4 minutes from there to the farm.
Open Hours: Summer 8:30-18:30, Winter 8:30-16:30, English guides can be provided upon request, otherwise visits are self-guided.
Categories : Attractions
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