There's something therapeutic about cuddling animals — the fluffier they are, the better it really is. And this unique Washington experience probably understands that. You can not just walk lovable alpacas at this Evergreen State spot, but you can have a photoshoot while at it too.

You can book this 1.5-hour farm animal encounter in Lynnwood on Airbnb for $85 per person. 

The best part? These adorable creatures will meet you, dressed for the occasion in traditional Peruvian outfits! 

It starts with the host, who runs an animal therapy program in King and Snohomish Counties, giving you an introduction into how alpacas fit into Washington's farming culture and an intimate look into their habits. 

This means that you'll be able to interpret what they're saying through the sounds they make. 

Since they are quiet by nature, you'll be taught how to blend in with the herd too! Once you're basically a member of the pack, they'll walk around the property with you. 

The group size is restricted to six people so you can have them all to yourself for a longer time. 

While they graze on the pastures or snuggle with you, you can take some Insta-worthy shots.

You can leave your selfie stick behind though — the host will take photos on her camera or on your phones.

If you're wondering if this experience is ethical, according to the website, the tour is created based on the World Animal Protection guidelines. You can read them here.

The animal farm is also home to a colony of free-roaming rabbits and dogs that you can cuddle as you sip on complimentary refreshing drinks. 

So if you're in need of a hug next time, you know where to go. 

Photowalk With Alpacas & Rabbits

Price: $85 per person

Neighborhood: Lynnwood, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can cuddle therapy alpacas and bunnies while indulging in an Insta-worthy photoshoot.


We strongly advise that before you go visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security and animal rights. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and the animals.

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