Agritourism is a travel trend on the rise, with an increasing number farms and wineries offering guests opportunities to experience life on a farm. From gathering freshly laid eggs to doing other chores such as feeding livestock, it’s not your typical vacation. While each experience will vary from property to property, agritourism offers an opportunity to make deeper connections to nature and bond with the farmers who supply the nation’s food supply. Whether you’re a solo traveler, a couple, or a family with kids, the experience is a rich one that can show guests where their food and wine comes from.
Ready to embark on a rustic retreat? Here are 10 tips to prepare you for your farm adventure.