Llamas > people, no question.
There’s nothing we love more than coming across something we didn’t know we needed. This time, it’s hiking with Llamas in New Brunswick.
There is a place in N.B. called Llama-zing Adventures, obviously, and they offer tours where you get to go on a beautiful walk with either an alpaca or a llama. You really can’t lose between those two.
They even offer winter walks, according to their schedule, so you don’t have to worry about missing your window to give it a try.
You have the option to do a Beach Walk or a River Walk. If the weather is bad, the walk will still happen. If it’s super awful out, you’ll get contacted to cancel your booking.
The Beach Walk meets at the end of the Pointe Aux Bouleaux Road near Shediac, N.B. The River Walk meets at the Club Chasse et Pêche in Haute-Aboujagane.
The walks are $50 for an hour or $35 if you’d like to share your llama with someone else. There can be two people per animal.
“We’ll start with an intro to our animals and showing you how to interact with them. Once you’re matched with an animal, we’ll begin our excursion where you can take as many photos as you want. Once the walk completed, you’ll have the chance to feed your new friend. If weather permits, you may even bring them for a swim!” the website explains.
We don’t know about you, but this trumps any petting zoo we’ve ever been to.
Address: Shediac, NB, Canada
Why You Need To Go: Take a llama friend on a walk for the best possible type of exercise around.