Agritourism Experiences Talanoa

Wednesday 28 & Thursday 29 October

Traveling has and will change as a result of COVID19. Emerging changes include new requirements in hygiene standards and changes in visitor behaviour and demand. Those that are paying attention to and adapting to these shifts will best evolve in the new normal. Agritourism experiences including farm tours, farm stays and farm to table experiences, are an opportunity for farmers to diversify and grow their revenue base.

Approximately, fifty operators of Agritourism Experiences will be in a Talanoa with Tourism Fiji and Government (Ministry of Agriculture Fiji) in Nadi on Wednesday 28 & Thursday 29 October in Nadi to discuss current market trends, challenges and opportunities of agritourism experiences in Fiji. Participants will share their knowledge of how to succeed in the new COVID19 reality market. This includes learning how best to position and to be ready for when global travel resumes.

The Agritourism Experiences Talanoa is being coordinated by the Pacific Agribusiness Research in Development Initiative Phase 2 (PARDI 2) and the Pacific Island Farmers Organisation Network. PARDI is a project supported by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), the Australian Government’s specialist agricultural research for development agency.

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