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 Ajmaraya Alpaca Kennel

Opening hours

April - September:

10:00 - 18:00

October - March:

10:00 - 16:00

From September 2022, we invite you from Tuesday to Sunday!

Price list

For individuals

Meeting with alpacas

All-day entry: 10PLN / person.

Children under 2 years of age entry is free

Carrot portion: PLN 5

All-day admission ticket: PLN 10 / person.

Children under 2 years of age are not valid

Carrot portion: PLN 5

Walks with alpacas

1. After the ranch (approx. 20 minutes) - PLN 20 per alpaca

2. In the village (approx. 30-40 minutes, max. 6 people) - PLN 50 per alpaca

3. In the forest (approx. 60 minutes, max. 6 people) - PLN 100 per alpaca

1. After the ranch (approx. 20 minutes) - PLN 20 per alpaca

2. In the village (approx. 30-40 minutes, max. 6 people) - PLN 50 per alpaca

3. In the forest (approx. 60 minutes, max. 6 people) - PLN 100 per alpaca

For organized groups

The price list for each group is prepared separately.

In this case, please contact us by e-mail:

Payment in cash or to the account of the Llamerada foundation

Account number: 76 1050 1504 1000 0090 3140 3992

Llamerada Foundation

Title: Donation


Contact us

Ajmaraya Alpaca Ranch 48-200 Dębowiec 11a

Phone number: 885 556 484


We prefer contact by e-mail.

Alpaca Ajmaraya Kennel 48-200 Dębowiec 11a

No. foundation phone: 885 556 484

We prefer contact by e-mail.

About our alpaca ranch

Our farm is located in Dębowiec near Prudnik in the buffer zone of the Opawskie Mountains Landscape Park. Here you will experience peace and quiet surrounded by the forest and our animals.

It works when breedingLlamerada Foundation, in which volunteers conduct alpacotherapy and art therapy classes.

Where did the idea for alpacas come from?

It all started with a passion for gardens and the search for the best ... manure. And here came the first thought ... maybe some animals - goats, horses ...

Alpacas were a hit and love at first sight. In 2017, the first six alpacas came from Chile - one boy and five girls. Over time, the herd grew larger. We currently have 26 pieces and we are waiting for the next birth.

Where does the name Ajmaraya come from?

The Ajmarayas are a South American people who speak a language called Aymara. At the beginning of our era, he lived in Bolivia and Peru. The Aymars were a highly developed civilization. To this day, despite many attempts to remove them from these areas, they live in communities dealing with fishing, agriculture, crafts and, above all, breeding alpacas and llamas.

To this day, this people believes in good and evil spirits. The good spirits include the heavenly spirit Ap'alani and Ipoqapaqa, the mountain spirit they consider to be the owner of all llamas, alpacas and vicuas.

The Aymara language has been untouched for millennia, as the native Indians claim it comes from the gods and should be worshiped and protected.

It is considered the most perfect language in the world.

Our pets

Attractions in the area

Opawskie Mountains Landscape Park

Opawskie Mountains Landscape Park

The apartment is located next to the forest areas of the Opawskie Mountains Landscape Park.

The picturesque location is conducive to forest wandering, contemplation and active tourism.

St. Józefa - Prudnik, Forest

The sanctuary, located 30 minutes walk from the breeding farm, was in the years 1954 - 1955 the place of internment of the cardinal, Primate Stefan Wyszyński.

Stable behind dam Jarnołtówek

In close proximity to the breeding farm, there is a picturesquely situated "Stajnia za damą" offering recreational rides, hippotherapy and sports training.

Monument to Joseph von Eichendorff

Picturesquely situated in the forest near the breeding farm, a monument to the local poet of the Romantic era.

Museum of the Prudnik Region

A local museum with exhibitions on the historical heritage of the Prudnik region.

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