Hike with Llamas and Enjoy a Drink at This North Carolina Vineyard

Credit: Divine Llama Vineyards

Enjoy the great outdoors with a drink in hand and a furry friend by your side!

Located in East Bend, North Carolina, tucked away on the Yadkin Valley Wine Trail near Pilot Mountain State Park is a vineyard that is home to award-winning wines and llamas.

Divine Llama Vineyards allows guests to take the quirky animals hiking for two miles across the beautiful terrain. Guests can then participate in a wine tasting at the end of the trail, sampling seven of Divine Llama’s wines and receive a commemorative wine glass. Guests can also check out the llama farm, where they can meet the inspiration behind many of the company’s wines.

But for those who may not like hiking, there are other outdoor activities they can participate in. Divine Llama also just started hosting outdoor yoga classes — called Llamaste  — which are held on the weekends. The yoga classes allow participants to join the llamas for a restorative and calming workout. Check out their Instagram page for photos of llamas doing yoga!

Divine Llama Vineyards is open Fridays and Saturdays from noon until 6 PM and Sundays from 1 to 6 PM The only exception is Fridays during the chilly January and February months where the vineyard is closed. The llama trek costs $50 per person and lasts for about one and a half to two hours. Tastings are $10 and come with free admission to the llama farm.

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