Lead one of our llamas on a guided tour through the valley of Rhydwilym. Discover the beauty and secrets of the valley, whilst learning about the long history of the area. Not suitable for young children unless they are good walkers! Optional refreshments after the trek. The trek will take in beautiful views of the valley and beyond to the Preseli hills, and afterwards you are most welcome to sit with the llamas where we can supply you with tea and cake. Depending on the season, there is a chance you will spot one of our many resident red kites who spend the day soaring above Glanrhydwilym. Trainers / walking boots are usually fine for most of the year unless we have had an unusually rainy few days – in which case wellies might be a safer option. Generally there is very little mud on the treks, but it is always a possibility when going through the woods, so always wear something that you don’t mind getting a bit muddy!
This is the third edition of the Wales book now and Pembrokeshire always continues to surprise me. Being a new kid on the block, Pembrokeshire Llamas has been a huge hit with all of its many visitors. This family run business has been put together by Matt & Alexandria and they couldn't be more suited to this business. They are friendly, warm and even though they are relatively new to tourism, they really do understand what people want and they provide it through their Llama Treks. Llama Trekking doesn't really feature abundantly within my books, the reason being, they are either done very well, or not that well at all and with the addition however of this trekking centre, you can obviously guess that it has to be a good one! Matt & Alex have great plans for the site and I'm really looking forward to my next visit, which can't come quickly enough for me.