Llama Walks

Plano Llama WalksCome Walk a Pack of Llamas in North Texas!

If you want to do something really different, then come take a walk with a pack of pedigreed, friendly llamas along a lovely, peaceful trail in Plano, Texas. Meet every llama in the pack as you take turns switching animals until you’ve walked all five of these fascinating, personality-packed creatures with funny names:

DALAI LLAMA, the pack leader, has mesmerizing blue eyes and a fine white coat. He was vogue.com’s first choice for animal model of 2015!

BARACK O’LLAMA is the creamy brown junior leader of the pack. He’s always angling to become pack leader.

BAHAMA LLAMA JR, our newest llama, is just two years old. He was named Grand Champion for his gorgeous rose wool.

COMO T. LLAMA is the real-life star of Starz Digital’s “Llama Cop” series. He’s a dilute appaloosa.

DRAMA LLAMA is tiny, because he’s 1/4 alpaca. His dark appaloosa coat is, well, dramatic!


Begin your Llama Walk…

with a Meet & Greet with the animals at ShangriLlama Ranch in the city of Parker. Then follow behind the Llama Mobile for a two-mile drive to a lovely park in Plano.

During your Llama Walk, you’ll stop for Llama Llessons, when Mama Llama will teach you about llamas from head to toe. Pay close attention to your Llessons, because you’ll soon be answering questions from the very curious — and very confused — people that you pass along the trail!

Weather Permitting…

• During the cooler months, Llama Walks take place at 11:00 a.m. on Saturdays and 2:00 p.m. on Sundays.

• During the hotter months, we start at 8:00 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

• If it’s raining, humid or ridiculously hot, neither you nor the llamas would enjoy a walk. Instead, come join us for a one-hour Llama Llesson in our fully enclosed barn. Please see our Ranch Visits page for more info.

Schedule your Llama Walk!

Choose your date from our online calendar, by clicking the BOOK NOW button on this page.

Llama Walks cost $50 per person for this one-of-a-kind adventure that you will likely treasure for a lifetime.

For more information about Llama Walks, please see our Llama Walk FAQ.