Home of Bluecaps Llamas
Welcome to the home of Bluecaps Llamas in East Sussex, situated in Cousley Wood near Wadhurst. We are surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the High Weald and, of course, we are neighbours of the extremely picturesque Bewl Water.
We offer a range of llama trekking options in the lovely East Sussex countryside. Apart from our standard one hour walk, there is a choice of various themed walks including cream teas, or maybe for a special occasion, champagne and chocolates, for example. Check out our trekking page for further options and details.
If you require accommodation either before or after your activity, then we suggest contacting The Old Vine or The Vineyard, both being only a few minutes away.
If you are more adventurous and/or would like to make a weekend of it, check out our new glamping website:
In 2008 we bought the fabulous herd of ‘Maplehurst Llamas’ from Pam Walker, who gave up llama breeding due to her ill-health. Several years later we now have a herd of ‘mix and match’ carrying both lines. When we purchased the Maplehurst herd, we were very fortunate in that we also acquired twin llama boys who were born in 2007. It is very rare that llama twins are born with the odds being approximately 1 in 30,000! They are called Inca and Aztec and very jolly little personalities they are too.
Our original stud llama, Black Jack, at the age of 19 years has now been retired but we have his son, Juno, and another quality boy, Drizzle, who can carry on the good work! Both boys are extremely big boned with oodles of presence. They are available for visiting females by appointment. Offspring from these lovely boys is sometimes for sale. We also offer a llama adoption scheme and you can find these llamas on our ‘Meet the llamas’ page.
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