Pustertal Lamas
Pustertal Lamas

Val Pusteria Llamas

Five llamas await you at the Totmoser Llama Farm for a very special hike to one of the surrounding alpine pastures.

Andean feeling with llama trekking is available in several places in South Tyrol, such as at the Rossy Park on Mt. Cavallo near Vipiteno or at the Kaserhof farm on the Renon - and now also in the Val Pusteria valley, where five llamas from the "Val Pusteria Llamas" (Pustertal Lamas) are waiting for small and large companions. The friendly and fluffy animals can be found in Tesido (Taisten) and invite you to an unforgettable experience.

The tour is suitable for everyone and starts with a short introduction to the world of llamas, their husbandry, habits and special features. The llama is a camel species and comes from the guanaco. In the Andes, llamas are kept as domestic and farm animals: They are tough and persistent, and have a good-natured gentle character. After the briefing, the animals are loaded with the backpacks according to an old Inca loading technique.

In order to get to know the area, you can take part in a taster tour that takes 1.5 hours from the Mudlerhof inn to the surrounding area. The half-day tour to one of the beautiful alpine pastures around Tesido is somewhat longer, namely 3 hours (maximum altitude difference: approx. 500 m). A voucher for such a special hike is an ideal surprise!

Contact info

Opening times

Llama-Trekking all year round on reservation by calling +39 349 8641010 or 334 9887342.


Llama-Trekking (2.5 hours, from 14 years of age):
€ 35.00 per person, with llama
€ 25.00 per person, without llama

reservation needed, no unannounced visits to the farm

More information

Required equipment: sturdy shoes, backpack and waterproof clothing.

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