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Hang Out with Cute Animals in Conejo Valley

Posted on February 13, 2019 by Conejo Valley

Get away from your inbox and experience the world of nature in Conejo Valley. Enjoy the kind of fun you had as a kid at the zoo with all of the perks of being an adult!

Goat Yoga

 

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If you’re lucky to be in the area over the weekend, start your morning routine with goat yoga! That’s right, it’s a real thing in Conejo Valley at Lavenderwood Yoga. As you follow the instructor through the gentle asanas, cute Nigerian dwarf goats run around asking for your attention. At the end of your practice you’ll be overloaded with joy and social media content for days.

Malibu Wine Safaris

 

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One of the most unforgettable experiences Conejo Valley has to offer is the much-buzzed Malibu Wine Safaris. This is a totally new way to discover the beautiful wines of the Santa Monica Mountains while mingling with exotic animals (some also happen to be retired movie stars). These cuddly celebrities – including zebras, alpacas, camels and bison – are now relaxing at Saddlerock Ranch after a busy career in the spotlight, and are waiting for you to come and feed them their favorite snacks.

Horseback Riding

 

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Explore Conejo Valley’s breathtaking views of rolling hills and lush greenery with Rocking K Horse Rentals. Take a guided trail ride (available for all skill levels 7 days a week). Or make it extra special with their custom riding packages such as moonlight rides, dinner rides and parties.

BYOA (Bring Your Own Animal)

 

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In addition to your animal-filled adventures, many hotels in Conejo Valley are pet-friendly, lots of restaurants offer patio seating and there are plenty of hiking trails that allow dogs. So, skip the pet sitter and enjoy the great outdoors, amazing food, wine and brews with a furry companion by your side.

Plan your escape to Conejo Valley today and see another side of Southern California.

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