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Vicugna pacos

About the Alpacas

Alpacas are members of the camel family and are descended from the wild vicuna. Both alpacas and vicunas look like small llamas and have a thick wool coat.

Habitat and Distribution

Alpacas are domesticated animals. Their ancestor, the vicuna is found in mountainous grasslands in western South America.

Family Information

Wild alpacas live in family groups of one male and up to ten females plus their offspring. Young males often live in bachelor groups. Alpacas have one baby at a time, usually born in spring.

Conservation Status: Common

Standard Membership

  • Entry to the park 362 days a year
  • Discounts in selected cafes & restaurants
  • Discounts on some VIP Experiences

Standard Membership is available for adults and children.
Gold Membership is available for children aged 2-12 years.

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