agrotourism


Related to agrotourism: ecotourism

ag·ro·tour·ism

 (ăg′rō-to͝or′ĭz′əm)
n.
Variant of agritourism.

agrotourism

(ˈæɡrəʊˌtʊərɪzəm)
n
(Commerce) a variant spelling of agritourism
ˈagroˌtourist n
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The group also has agrotourism and ecotourism enterprises.
The Malaysian delegation hailed cooperation with Bahrain and invited the Agriculture and Marine Resources to visit the Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture and Agrotourism Show (MAHA) which is set to be hosted by Malaysia in November 2016.
Alternative activities to beach tourism include the agrotourism programme for rural establishments, the seven Wine Routes with information about 41 wineries, religious and cultural tourism and the 'Short Breaks' programme.
IICA said the programme, in which 10 people from each CARICOM country will take part, will focus on the areas of protected agriculture, small ruminants (sheep and goats), agrotourism, technological innovation, horticulture, and water management.
It is hoped the trips will help visitors get to know the traditional villages of the region -- which have in the past few years greatly developed their agrotourism product -- and also get acquainted with the rich history and culture of the Larnaca region.
In recent years special forms of tourism have been developing more and more systematically in Greece, offering travelers the opportunity to enrich their activities by attending specialized programs such as therapeutic-spa tourism, ecological tourism, agrotourism etc.
Also, agrotourism could be an alternative for female employment as women have the ability to prepare traditional dishes that could be marketed as a regional specialty to prospective tourists.
Deer farms have been established for the production of venison, velvet and as part of local agrotourism.
natural and organic foods), additive income-generating uses for land such as hunting leases and/or agrotourism, and the fast growing market segment called 'ruralpolitans' are additional categories to watch as significant drivers of change.
Afterwards the coach ferried us to a shining example of Sicily's new policy of agrotourism, the Coscio farmhouse run by Antonia Gaetani near Naro.
Finally, there is also a varied offer in agrotourism, including new and enriching visits to cocoa, banana and shrimp farms and facilities.