There is nothing sweeter than cuddling fluffy animals. There's this super fluffy animal that we are dying to hold and kiss. This alpaca farm in Arizona actually lets you get up close with these cuties. Can we stay forever?
Alpacas of the Southwest is a working ranch in Kingman, Arizona. It offers tours for only $11 per car to feed, get close, and take photos with their alpacas. I mean how cool is that? It's even available year-round for you and your friends to enjoy, rain or shine.
They're only open Friday through Monday, from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. If you and your friends are heading up to Las Vegas to try some weird foods, you can stop here along the way.
This ranch just welcomed a new baby alpaca just three days ago. His name is Ringo and he's the cutest baby ever! I mean look at that little face, it's perfection.
Alpacas are really gentle and docile animals, so there's no need to worry about getting bit. It's possible to get alpacas confused with llamas, but alpacas are different in that they are a lot smaller than llamas!
Currently, the farm has 37 alpacas and counting. If you want to see more animals it's possible to interact with cute pigs. You can even pet them.
Before you head out, you can stop by the gift shop. It has many alpaca made items like sweaters, socks, gloves, and more. The alpaca fiber used to make these products are softer and warmer than wool. The process of obtaining alpaca fiber is ethical and they are not harmed in the process.
If you're on visiting Orlando, Flordia, you should check out this alpaca farm where you can cuddle them too.
Alpacas of the Southwest
Price: $11 per car
Location: 1108 McCarrel, Kingman, Arizona 86401
Why you should go: You can kiss, hug, or cuddle these cutie pie alpacas. They're literally so fluffy.
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