This Alpaca Farm In Langley Will Make You Smile Till Your Face Hurts

Travel & Outdoors
Alpaca Farm

While there are a litany of adorable animals in the world, few rival the alpaca for cuteness.

Indeed, these impossibly soft creatures look perpetually cheerful, and they also enjoy a good cuddle. If you’re lucky, they may even spare you a coy kiss!

Alpaca Farm

Photo: Kensington Prairie Farm / Facebook

Residents and visitors of Metro Vancouver can enjoy the company of these cute creatures by visiting the Kensington Prairie Farm in Langley, British Columbia. The alpaca farm is home to a large herd of  inquisitive creatures that are sure to steal hearts. Before you drop in for a visit, however, you should call to arrange a tour.

The fun farm not only allows visitors the chance to meet the alpacas, but also allows them to shop from an exciting range of alpaca products. They offer an array of clothing, from hats to scarves, shoes to sweaters, and everything else to keep you cosy. Indeed, the alpaca wool is exceptionally soft; the highly sought-after material sells for big bucks across the globe. They also sell wines, wall hangings, keychains, figurines, carpets and much more.

Alpaca Farm

Photo: Kensington Prairie Farm / Facebook

Alpaca Farm Brings Joy To The Lower Mainland

Fans of the amicable animals have taken to Instagram to convey their love of the happy herbivores, and the images are painfully dear.

Owner and operator Catherine Simpson with resident alpaca Marigold. #alpacas #kensingtonprairiefarm #langley #shoplocal #alpacakisses #opentoday

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You can check out their website here to get your full dose of alpaca goodness.

Kensington Prairie Farm

  • 1736 – 248th Street
  • Red Barn
  • Langley, BC

Hours

  • Friday: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Sunday: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Want to see some more cuteness? Check out this adorable eatery on Vancouver Island that literally has goats grazing on the roof overhead!

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