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Walking adventures in Exmoor National Park

Walking adventures in Exmoor National Park

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This is a unique way to experience the scenery, history and culture of Exmoor National Park. You will understand how the farming folk of Exmoor lived in days gone by through the words of R.D.Blackmore, in his novel, Lorna Doone, whilst enjoying great company and great food from the local area. If you only have a day on Exmoor, this is the perfect way to spend it.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$63.74
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Farm Experience inc Alpaca Walking

Farm Experience inc Alpaca Walking

we are a family run small farm which offers alpaca walking and other animal feeding opportunities. Great for all ages
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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