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Agrotourism in Primorye has prospects

In Primorye, monitoring of investment projects in the field of agro-tourism in the territory of the region has been completed, the results of which indicate the prospects for the development of this direction in the region.

According to the Department of Agriculture and Food of the Primorsky Territory, the most promising are the projects of the Khasansky District, Ussuriysk and Artyom. An investment project aimed at organizing a demonstration mini-farm is being carried out in the village of Ryazanovka, Khasansky District. There tourists can familiarize themselves with how livestock and poultry farming is conducted. For 2013, a minifarm was built on the farm, cows, goats, deer, as well as exotic bird species were purchased. For the convenience of visitors, the head of the farm provides equipped recreation areas and express meals. Guests can take part in the processes of milking and feeding animals.

Over the past two years, two investment projects have been implemented in the field of agritourism in the Artyomovsk urban district. The agritourism project in the village of Krolevets introduces visitors to the process of breeding bees and poultry, including decorative species, as well as farm animals - rabbits and nutria. In addition, pond fish farming is demonstrated here. Several greenhouses for growing flowers have been built in the neighboring farm. On the territory of the farm there are gazebos for relaxation, a cafe is organized, where they offer Russian home cooking.

In the Ussuri urban district, the direction of agro-tourism in the field of animal husbandry. It provides multidisciplinary areas: breeding horses, yaks, camels, donkeys, deer of various species, cattle. This farm is very promising in terms of organizing sightseeing tours with an inspection of all animal pens, as well as using tourist motorcycles.

The Department of Agriculture emphasizes that with a significant increase in the flow of tourists, the above pilot projects in the field of agro-tourism will be expanded.

Recall that the direction of rural or agrarian tourism is included in the draft strategy for investment development of Primorsky Krai.

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