Nevalea Alpacas

Nevalea Alpacas, the largest alpaca farm in New Zealand, is home to over 900 friendly alpacas. We offer visitors a range of different activities to choose from to give visitors an opportunity to get up close to the alpacas and hand feed them.

Pricing

Adult
$25.00 - $69.00
Child
$17.50 - $49.00
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About

We operate alpaca treks through the summer months, where visitors can walk an alpaca around the farm and see hundreds of alpaca come to greet them in the hills, spectacular views surrounded by alpacas. We also offer a shorter alpaca walk throughout the year as another option.

We have new-born baby alpacas all year-round, and for a unique opportunity offer visitors the chance to have a cuddle with a baby alpaca. Great up close and personal experiences and chances for some amazing photos.

Visit the farm shop, where everything is made from the alpaca at Nevalea, from designer knitwear through to alpaca blankets and knitting yarn.

See Nevalea Alpacas' website for all activity options, pricing and bookings.

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Physical address

Nevalea Alpacas, Taumarunui, 5446 State Highway 4, Ruapehu, New Zealand, Taumarunui, New Zealand.

Pricing and Conditions

Adult $25.00 - $69.00
Child
(14 year(s) and under)
$17.50 - $49.00
Other charges:
Family Passes also available
Further pricing information:
See our website for Activities & Tour options and pricing.

Opening times

Business hours:
8am - 5pm, Monday-Friday and 9.30am-4pm Saturday & Sunday (Please note activities/tours need to be booked in advance, see our website for all activities available)
Months of operation:
All months of the year

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