Tourism is a hobby, a passion, a profession that introduces you to a new world, refreshes your mind and gives you the title of a ‘traveller’. But just as you visit a new place as a tourist, you search for food and get into the closest restaurant and get served. It might be your favourite cuisine or the traditional food of the place. And as you take a spoonful of it into your mouth, have you ever thought, about where this food comes from? Yes, you guessed it right, it is somewhere from the lush green acres of fields, the farmers, growing up crops from seedlings to being served at our table each day. Agriculture is the practice on which the whole world survives.
In case of tourism, the place varies, the climate varies, the people vary, varies its vegetation and so varies the agriculture and farming practices. And so why not cultivate our interest in knowing the agriculture of a different nation? Let’s try jamming Agriculture with Tourism and take this to a new level!
Agricultural tourism offers city dwellers a chance to escape urban concrete and re-discover their rural roots. This is a relatively new opportunity for tourists. The interaction of individuals with the farm life, at a different part of the world that also carries an educational aspect, may be a joyful experience of learning something newevery day.
Yup! And you get to do a worthy excursion, remember for a lifetime.
In recent times, people related to research, agro-studies, and professionals, are seen to show interest in worldwide agricultural practices. “Agricultural Tourism” practically includes a set of economic and social activities that occur and link tourists with the products, services, and experiences of agriculture.
This sector has seen a boost in popularity in recent years. Agro-tourists are provided full-time, well-furnished stay in fully functioning farms to observe the work routines and activities that are undergone in the agriculture business/farm on a day-to-day basis.This is an excellent opportunity for interns, students, researchers and tourists as well to experience and learns about a lifestyle that is quite different from their own, often in a beautiful, peaceful, and rustic settings.
Farm recreation is no less than experiencing reality.It refers to activities conducted on private agricultural lands which might include overnight stays, educational activities, practical work and interactions with local people. This category of tourism is a subset of Agri-tourism that will flourish your idea of Agriculture furthermore and gain knowledge.
Therefore, take no time and reach usto experience the true essence of the acres of landto witness themost traditional-rural practices, and farmers who serve us food each day.And learn about the vast sector of India - Agriculture.
Tourists are welcome!