Vali Ranch is an all-in-one stop for travelers that is located in eastern Kosovo, just outside of Gjilan (Gnjilane). Vali ranch offers fast service, a restaurant that serves both traditional and international dishes, and a wide range of activities including (but not limited to), miniature golf, and horseback riding.
The Ranch is situated on more than six hectares (15 acres) of land. There are two stables with more than 20 horses that live in almost half a hectare (one acre) of paddock area. For children, Vali Ranch offers pony rides in a round-pen to establish a first point of contact with the animals.
The Ranch has more than 35 horses of varying breed. The horses reside in single box stalls and have access to their own open space. The stables and boxes are compliant with EU legislation.
Horse breeds include: Shire,
Friesian, Swiss Freiberger, Swiss Warmblood, Swiss Warmblood-Freiberger crossbreed, Hungarian Warmblood, Thoroughbred, Pinto, Arabian, Percheron, Swiss Warmblood-Thoroughbred crossbreed, Swiss Freiberger-Pinto crossbreed, Shetland pony, Miniature Shetland pony, and Mule.
Llamas and Alpacas
Originally from South America, llamas and alpacas belong to the family of South American camelids. A total of six llamas and five alpacas live on the ranch.
There are also dogs, cats, chickens, peacocks, and rabbits on the ranch.