Agritourism (also referred to as agrotourism and farm tourism) can be both narrowly and broadly defined. The former sense considers agritourism from the point of the view of the tourist and so defines it narrowly as a journey in which people travel a significant distance to a farm, preferably one in a relatively unfamiliar locale; spend at least some overnights at the destination; pay an appreciable sum for this privilege; and take notice of, and possibly even participate in, some of the activities of the farm. In the broadest sense, agritourism can include virtually any kind of activity that takes place on a farm and draws paying clients. This approach tends to view agritourism from the point of view of the farm owners. Under ...

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