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Alpacas ok to visit from Parnu

Visited alpacas on a day trip to break up a couple days at the beach in Parnu. Animals are... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
BillGfromUSA
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Very cute animals

The alpaca farm is a few kilometres north of Pärnu. You have to drive on dirt roads to get to the... read more

Reviewed July 24, 2019
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Reviewed July 2, 2019

Lovely place to see and feed alpacas. Few euros per tickets and there are other animals to see as well. Tour was informative and I would recommend this to anyone. ProTip, weekends might be crowded, so choose a weekday for a visit and you are able to see more stuff with relaxing athmosphere :)

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank Katri M
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Reviewed June 17, 2019 via mobile

Very nice place with many different animals not only alpacas! The owners are so welcoming and nice and they really take care of you when visiting. Had a 4 day trip in Estonia, you can basically see all of Tallinn in a day so I really recommend visiting Parnu too!!

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank viviluu
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Reviewed June 12, 2019 via mobile

Alpaka Farm is situated about 20 mins drive North of Parnu. The approach is a dirt / stone track but appears to be well maintained. The site is well maintained and the young staff were incredibly helpful and friendly and spoke excellent English. Entrance is still 5€ or 3€ for kids. A cup of carrots each for €1 is a must if you want the Alpaca's to come over to you.

They have about 54 Alpaca's and in addition Llama's (Yes they're entirely different animal) and goats and sheep. It's entirely safe for toddlers who can walk on their own but you must be able to keep them under control. Running and screaming is a big No No as it can seriously stress the animals. They don't mind having their backs stroked but don't like their heads being patted. They take the carrot out of your fingers, they have soft lips and are very good at grabbing it from you without biting you.

My wife and I went on a Wednesday and there was about 20 people, I understand that at weekends it gets really busy (286 last Sunday) If there's too many people then they can't always let you see the Alpaca's if they're too stressed. If it's a baking hot day with no wind it can be difficult for the animals in the heat.

They have a little farm shop where you can buy souvenirs and alpaca wool, be aware though it's imported from Peru and not their own animal wool, apparently they can't get it processed in Estonia as its not popular so not cost effective for them.

We'll worth an hour or so of your time and good to support a private initiative and get some great photos.

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed May 19, 2019

One of the best places to visit in Parnu. Very big farm with alpacas (about 55 animals). I advise purchasing an entrance ticket (5 euro) and a cup of carrot (1 euro). In this case, alpacas will come close to you and you will feed them.
Also, don't forget comfortable shoes. You will go for about 5 min by grass in order to reach alpacas which are usually on the opposite side of the farm.
All of these animals are very kind and small kids will like the visit.

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank kosmonaft
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Reviewed May 7, 2019

Very friendly staff and super friendly alpacas. Little shop is full very nice handmade things. You must see this farm!

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank toomasp54
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