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Mourne Alpacas Sunset Supper

16 Levallyreagh Road, Dromara, County Down, BT25 2DG
Mourne Alpacas Sunset Supper


Watch the sun going down with Cria (baby Alpaca) pronking and alpacas grazing.  Simply relax with a delicious picnic supper and Prosecco.

After meeting some alpacas for an introduction to alpaca life, and the chance for some cuddles and selfies, you can settle down together at one of our picnic tables to enjoy a scrumptious supper box for two, with a bottle of Prosecco to add even more sparkle to the pasture moment.

Alpaca Mini Trek gives you chance to walk our Alpacas before your Sunset picnic. 

You will be immersed in the magical and relaxing world that alpacas create, that we enjoy every day here at Mourne Alpacas.


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  • Activities accessible for visitors with disabilities

Establishment Features

  • Groups accepted

Event Facilities

  • Booking Required

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

Provider Preferences

  • Farm
  • In countryside

Guide Prices

£80 for 2 people with additional guests £35 per person. Additional fee of £25 per Alpaca for the Mini Trek

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Opening Times

Season (2 June 2023 - 22 July 2023)
Friday - Saturday19:00 - 20:30

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