West Wight Alpacas was set up by husband and wife duo, Neil and Michelle Payne in 2010. What started out as a hobby quickly morphed into an active family business and a high quality tourist attraction as we decided to focus on a niche market.
The Isle of Wight is lucky enough to be home to a great range of endangered and unique animals. Wildlife parks such as Amazon World and the Isle of Wight Zoo offer visitors the opportunity to get up close to the animals.
From petting farmyards full of spring lambs, guinea pigs and llamas, to exotic tigers, lions and monkey’s, the Isle of Wight has a wide array of animal attractions.
Make the most of the Isle of Wight’s diverse wildlife. Spot red squirrels in their natural habitat, spend time in the hide spotting all manner of birds at Newtown Creek and scour the coastline for marine life.