Regenerative Agritourism

Until now, the main focus of sustainable tourism has been on minimising the negative effects of tourism. 

Regenerative tourism goes further because it:

  • focuses on the primary needs of the community 
  • contributes to the quality of life of local people 
  • helps communities and tourism sites continuously renew themselves.

Regenerative Agritourism is defined as having a primary focus on the storytelling of agro-ecosystems (and the products derived from them) that are regenerative and exhibit traditional cultural and heritage significance based on Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS). 

A regenerative agritourism ambassador protects and promotes this knowledge to support in building the regenerative movement.



Food Tourism and Agritourism Initiative wins an island innovation award for most transformational government sustainability initiative.

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