Agritourism in Tanzania
Agricultural tourism is a commercial enterprise at a working farm, ranch or agricultural plant conducted for the enjoyment or education of visitors, and that generates supplemental income for the owner.
Agritourism can include farm stands or shops, U-pick, farm stays, tours, on-farm classes, fairs, festivals, pumpkin patches, Christmas tree farms, winery weddings, orchard dinners, youth camps, barn dances, hunting or fishing, guest ranches, and more.
Agritourism describes the act of visiting a working farm or any agricultural, horticultural or agribusiness operation to enjoy, be educated or be involved in activities.
Examples of agritourism are...
Related Tourism Markets Several types of related tourism activities are available in addition to agritourism. They include the following. Nature-Based Tourism A segment of rural tourism is referred to as nature-based tourism, ecotourism or sometimes recreation-based tourism. Nature-based tourism attracts people interested in visiting natural areas of the United Republic of Tanzania for the purpose of enjoying the scenery, including plant and animal wildlife. Examples of nature-based tourism include Safari, fishing, photography, bird watching and visiting parks.