Alpacas of Newfoundland
Located on the Port au Port Peninsula high upon sea cliffs which overlook Bay St. George. Visitors can meet the alpacas and llamas and then shop in our craft store and interpretation centre. We offer locally made alpaca knitwear, imported alpaca products and locally made crafts such as stained glass. We also have delicious ice-cream. You may be fortunate enough to see whales swimming in the bay. Visit us on Facebook.
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French at times, lookout/viewing point, natural scenic attractions, farms and farmers market, craft store and interpretation centre on site, locally made alpaca knitwear, imported alpaca accessories, locally made crafts and delicious ice-cream.
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