Alpaca farm – the largest in Estonia!

LAANE, Niidu küla, Tori vald, Pärnu maakond

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Alpacas are curious, albeit slightly shy animals that simply beam with positive energy and cheer you up with their large eyes and smiley faces!

In the Kännu Alpaca Farm, you can see alpacas – Peruvian animals grown for wool because of their wonderfully soft coat. Alpacas like to spend their days eating grass on the pastures. When guests arrive, they gather by the fence and wait for treats. 
In the farm, you can pet an alpaca and feed it treats.
Beside alpacas, you can also see cute pygmy goats, miniature sheep, Angora rabbits, and chickens.
Come and visit the alpacas with your whole family!

You can buy souvenirs and products made of alpaca wool in our farm shop.

Times and prices

Is open every day: 10:00 - 18:00

01.09–31.05

Saturday–sunday: 12:00 - 15:00
Monday–friday: closed

  • Adult:

    from

    5 €
  • Child:

    from

    3 €
  • Exact price to be clarified by service provider.

  • Adult:

    from

    5 €
  • Child:

    from

    3 €
  • Exact price to be clarified by service provider.

Features and amenities
  • Wheelchair access

Getting there

At "Are" bus stop, turn onto the Suigu, Paide, and Rakvere highway. In about 1.5 km, you will see a signpost that says "Are küla tee". Drive straight past it for 1.7 km and you have arrived.

Access
  • Signposted
  • By excursion bus
  • By car
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Reviews
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Serpentaire

Serpentaire

Parnu Must Do

Definitely a must do in Parnu. Extremely nice and fluffy animals. The whole team is really kind and full of explainations. Peaceful atmosphere and beautiful place. Animals have very funny names as...

kilduk

kilduk

Poor attitude towards small children

Cute animals, but one employee's attitude to toddlers was terrible. My 2,5 years old kid ran and the lady ran 100m (it was fine for her to run) to us and yelled first at me and despite my apologises...

putukasmutukas

putukasmutukas

Great with kids

Cutest animals, friendly and talkative stuff. Kids loved giving carrots and petting the animals no just alpakas but mini sheep and others also.

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