Southern Estates Alpacas

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Southern Estates Alpacas
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A family get away that's not far away or the perfect date. Surprise that special someone in your life with a trip to see our fluffy friends! Incredible photo ops await you along with an up close experience with the cutest & sweetest livestock you will ever meet. Schedule your tour Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Saturday, 10:00 a.m. or 2:00 p.m. Reservations required.
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janieharris
6 contributions
A must do! So beautiful!
Feb 2017
What a beautiful experience! Words cannot describe the joy and love that is purely embedded at this place. I feel as if everyone could benefit from having a day outside, loving and learning about the sweet goats and alpacas - it is so therapeutic. The world needs more people like Mrs. Liz as well. This is a must do for sure.
Written February 13, 2017
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CarolineKillmon
8 contributions
Utterly Fabulous!
Feb 2017 • Friends
This is, hands down, the best thing to do in Georgia! It was such a wonderful and relaxing experience, full of fun and excitement. Mrs. Liz is truly an expert and a joy to be around! From learning about Alpacas to even just talking about enjoying life, what an outstanding day! Everything about Southern Estate Alpacas is utterly fabulous!
Written February 13, 2017
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Sar W
15 contributions
Worth the Visit!
Jan 2017
Let me start off how wonderful Liz was prior to and during our visit to Southern Estate Alpaca. She was so friendly and such a delightful person to talk to from booking our tour, answering questions about the visit, and providing us with an interesting tour!

I loved how knowledgeable she was about the alpacas and goats. It was so exciting to be able to feed the alpacas and hold the baby goats!

Thank you Liz for making our experience so pleasant! It was definitely worth the visit and recommend it for any age group!
Written January 28, 2017
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Sara K
3 contributions
Very fun and unique experience!
Jan 2017 • Friends
My friends and I stumbled across Southern Estate online and thought it would make a fun day trip from Atlanta. The tour ended up being even better than we'd expected. Liz was engaging and friendly, and really tried to craft the tour to our interests. Getting to feed the alpacas and pet the goats was extremely cool, and we definitely got our money's worth.
Written January 15, 2017
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nunuisfuzzy
1 contribution
Wondeful experience
Dec 2016 • Friends
This was such a positive, enlightening, and on fleek experience. 10/10 would visit again! Alpaca your bags and visit this estate!
Written December 19, 2016
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Tia C
1 contribution
Impressed
Jul 2016 • Couples
I didn't get the difference much between an Alpaca and a Llama before this trip. The visit was both fun and educational. You get to interact up close with the Alpacas and the goats were alot of fun as well! Plan for about a 2+ hour visit. That was more than I was expecting but I'd rather get more for my money than less. Liz welcomes everyone like they belong there and not just a visitor. I would recommend the visit and will likely go back myself.
Written July 7, 2016
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SouthernTravelBug
Kennesaw, GA75 contributions
Beautiful Farm and Amazing Animals!
Jun 2016 • Friends
We had a fantastic time at our first visit to this beautiful alpaca farm. Liz was a great host and tour guide and she was full of information to share about alpacas. We learned a lot! Then we got to go into the pasture and feed the alpacas by hand! Such a fun experience. I will definitely be back for future visits to this lovely place. Thanks to Liz and her husband for opening their farm to visitors so we can get up close to these amazing animals!
Written July 2, 2016
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Mike S
Loveland, OH55 contributions
A fun and educational animal interaction
Jun 2016 • Family
My family always enjoys interacting with and learning about animals. Liz did a good job telling us all about her Alpaca herd and we got to go into the pens and feed them. We then journeyed over to the goats to continue our interaction/adventure.

It was a good stop for us to round out our day of activities in the northern Atlanta area!
Written June 10, 2016
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Tania Y
4 contributions
Alpaca Lovin'
May 2016 • Friends
As a visitor from LA I was so excited to not only see family, but visit this alpaca farm! We reserved a space a tour a few weeks before. We were not disappointed at all. This was such a wonderful experience! The animals were so friendly and fun! And, the owner is such a kind and genuine person. Totally worth the price!
Written May 17, 2016
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Kait_De
Boston, MA726 contributions
A must-do in the Atlanta area
May 2016 • Friends
My visit to Liz's farm was definitely the highlight of my Atlanta trip. Located about an hour outside of the city, the farm is easy enough reach while still delivering the feeling that you are out in the country. Liz is an absolute delight and so welcoming. I loved her stories and learned a great deal about the differences between alpacas and llamas, alpaca breeding in general, the history of alpaca breeding in the US, differences between goat breeds, etc. etc.

The best part was definitely being able to get so close and personal with the animals. You go right into the alpaca pasture and feed them. They're so cute and friendly! You also get to go into the goat pen. You're invited to pick up the baby animals and Liz is happy to take pictures for you.

A trip to Liz's farm is like being invited to a friends place. It does not feel remotely like a petting zoo and/or tourist trap and it's obvious how much she loves the animals!

I would definitely return if in the area again and definitely recommend this to anyone - locals or tourists, kids and adults alike (I'm in my 20s and had a blast). Thanks, Liz!
Written May 16, 2016
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