Skjolden Llamas, Skjolden

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#6 of 14 in Things to do in Luster Municipality
Tourist Spot Ranch / Farm
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  • We came to Skjolden with a Royal Carribean cruise recently. I had done a bit of research online prior to arriving in Skjolden and found this. My 12 year old sister and her friend jumped at the chance ...  more »
  • Really good fun and great value, the kids and adults alike loved it.Simon the owner is a Brit and a really nice person to deal with.Very informative about a local special breed of sheep plus of course...  more »
  • A very enjoyable tour even though the weather could have been kinder! Booked our trip on the website and received very prompt communication from Simon the English farm owner. Skjolden was one stop on ...  more »
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  • Found this side trip when our cruise ship docked at Skjolden. Very reasonably price at £18. Husbands not keen at first. Once we arrived at the farm seeing all the llamas, he liked the idea then. The owner, Simon is from England. Each of us will be given a llama each to go for a group walk, mine is Spot, he eats all the time. So funny seeing each one behaves differently. They are all very friendly, the llamas I meant. Give it a try if you don't want to go onto any excursions. We (4 of us) thoroughly enjoyed it.