Imagine getting up close with farm animals in their natural habitats and not in captivity—a dream for most animal lovers. Well, here’s a spot to take note of especially if you are a fan of woolly alpacas. Alpaca World in Hongcheon, Gangwon-do in South Korea is the largest forest experience farm that will let you safely interact with the adorable alpacas in close proximity.
Alpaca World, spanning over 110,000 square feet, is surrounded by exquisite greenery and scenic views of the mountain valleys.
Other than alpacas, there are other animals that reside in this huge farm ranging from birds, deers and even camels.
One of the highlights of Alpaca World is getting to feed the alpacas that are roaming about in the open meadow.
There’s also the opportunity to embark on a Healing Walk and take a 15-minute walk with one of the alpacas one-on-one.
During this time, you can feed them as well with two satchels of food provided, and of course, this is the best time for you to have your picture memories taken with this fluffy animal.
There are other zones in Alpaca World where you get to view other farm animals. If you want to take a break after a long day of exploring the farm, there are cafes available for you to indulge in some delicious treats too.
Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to hang out with these oddly adorable alpacas!
Opening Hours: 10 A.M. – 6 P.M.
Price: KRW15,000 ( S$17) for adults and children, KRW12,000 ( S$13.80) for senior citizens
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