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CABI Book Chapter

Agritourism.

Book cover for Agritourism.

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This book presents the depth of the new wave of agritourism apparent around the world. This book consists of four parts. The first section is an introduction to the economics of agritourism; it introduces the role of organization, management, logistics, safety, marketing, finance, economics and psychology and, within agritourism, discusses the role and importance of agritourism in the multifunctio...

Chapter 19 (Page no: 275)

Agritourism yesterday, today and tomorrow.

This chapter discusses the past, present and future of agritourism. For the tourist, agritourism means all forms of tourism and relaxation related to agriculture, animal breeding and food production. In this case the natural process is an extension of the meaning by ethnography, which includes the cultural, social and religious activity of farmers and rural communities. Thus, increasingly, other forms of tourism in rural areas are included in the range of the term, agritourism. For the farmer, agritourism means different forms of supplementary or exclusive business activity on a farm, primarily in order to increase income. The most important reason for the development of agritourism is the need to increase farmers' income. Government programmes, being based on this reason, have supported farms involved in the development of agritourism. That the main driving force behind the development of agritourism is the necessity to satisfy people's natural and internal need to have contact with nature, which has been lost in consequence of urbanization. It is the need of human contact with nature that is the ultimate cause of the origin and development of agritourism. This is a permanent need, so agritourism is potentially sustainable. The potential demand for agritourism seems to be large. For the time being, the supply of agritourist services is still larger than the demand, but the demand is constantly growing. The second half of the 20th century was also a period of the clashing of two opposed processes in agriculture. The first process, also in a historical sense, concerns the rapid increase in work efficiency in agriculture. The other process, which is delayed in a historical sense in comparison with the first and whose effects are opposite to those of the first, is increasing tourist traffic in rural areas.

Other chapters from this book

Chapter: 1 (Page no: 3) The concept of agritourism. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 2 (Page no: 15) The economic and social importance of agritourism. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 3 (Page no: 43) Multifunctional development of rural areas. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 4 (Page no: 54) Agritourist space. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 5 (Page no: 85) Agritourism ventures. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 6 (Page no: 91) Regulations of agritourism activities. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 7 (Page no: 96) The organization of an agritourist farm. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 8 (Page no: 108) The economics of agritourist enterprises. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 9 (Page no: 122) Cooperation of agritourist entities. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 10 (Page no: 132) Agritourist services and products. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 11 (Page no: 155) Agritourists. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 12 (Page no: 168) Agritourism markets. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 13 (Page no: 179) Agritourism pillars. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 14 (Page no: 182) Facilitating agritourism. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 15 (Page no: 196) Mobility in agritourism. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 16 (Page no: 215) Agritourist farms and enterprises around the world. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 17 (Page no: 244) Agritourism on the edge. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.
Chapter: 18 (Page no: 254) The agritourist characteristics of five countries of the world. Author(s): Sznajder, M. Przezbórska, L. Scrimgeour, F.

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