‘Agritourism’ is nothing but an innocent joy of virgin culture which is closely related to a farmer and his profession ‘Agriculture’. Here you will know the source of our food that we consume. Agritourism means to enjoy a day with the farmer on his farm. See what crops he grows. Not just observe what he does but be a part of it yourself, perform farm activities like sowing, harvesting, ploughing, milking of cows, animal rearing so on and so forth. Enjoy the simplicity of his life by tasting his fresh unadulterated staple diet. Commute in a bullock cart or a tractor trolley enjoy several farm festivals such as grape festival, sugarcane festival, Jatra festival with bullock cart race, mango festival, Vasubaras, Bail Pola, etc all through the season. Enjoy the rural entertainment such as Bharud, Lavani, Jagaran, Gondhal, etc. & take a peaceful sleep either under the roof at glittering sky or in hut house.
Village tourism helps us become familiar with the village, its structure, administration, religion, co-operative institutions, rural artisans, entertainment mediums, tradition & customs, markets, vibrant mornings and cozy sunsets.
Parashar agri & village tourism will give you the feeling and awareness of richness of that so called lifestyle; that richness which is explained by an urban father who had sent his son to a farmer’s house, that boy expressed that he so poor, to have a swimming pool where in the village the farmer owned a big river for swimming. He has stars posted on roof of bedroom while here he sleeps under actual glittering stars. He gets milk from milkman here owned a cow, He consumes freezed vegetables here they have it in the field.” Daddy I want to be rich for at least for a day”.