The alpaca Park at Rosa Khutor has become the largest in Russia

The alpaca Park at Rosa Khutor has become the largest in Russia

The alpaca park "Pacha Mama" at the Rosa Khutor resort opened in August 2023. It was created at a height of more than 1000 meters above sea level. Its first inhabitants were 21 alpacas. The animals in the mountains of Sochi turned out to be so comfortable that the first cub was already born in the park. As a result, with the new arrivals, the number of inhabitants of the "Pacha Mama" exceeded 80, it became the largest alpaca farm in Russia.

- New alpacas have arrived at the Rosa Khutor resort from nurseries in European countries. The trip to the Rosa Khutor resort took four days. To make the move convenient, a special road train was organized for alpacas. The group consists mainly of women: 16 boys and 44 girls. There were some pleasant surprises on the road. One of the alpacas had a baby on the way, they are called kria. This suggests that the trip to Sochi was very comfortable," said Irina Chaikina, Operations Director of the alpaca park "Pacha Mama".

Now the new inhabitants of the Pacha Mama Park are waiting for a mandatory medical examination, spa treatments and quarantine for 30 days. During this time, they will be under the round-the-clock supervision of experienced veterinarians in a separate enclosure.

'Alpacas are very social animals, they like to communicate. As soon as the veterinarians make sure that all the wards are ready to contact people, the new inhabitants of the park will be glad to meet the guests. But you can see them in the aviary right now,' said Irina Chaikina.

You can chat, feed and hug the fuzzies live every day from 10:00 to 19:00. Free shuttles will help you get to the Pacha Mama Park, they run from the Rosa Priyut site in the mountain Olympic village.
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