Agritourism is an exciting thing that travelers should experience at least once. Even for those who are not into farming or anything related to farming, this way of traveling is a great way to stay connected with nature and appreciate it better.
While farmland is primarily planted for food, it can also serve as an interesting attraction, which is why many farms around the world are now being planted out like beautiful works of art. However, many of these beautiful farms were not created on purpose, but only turned out to be beautiful after management.
Without further ado, here are some beautiful farms around the world that bear witness to the combined beauty of mankind’s endeavors and nature’s labors.
10 Tea Plantation Gorreana, San Miguel, Portugal
The reputation of the Gorreana tea plantation is the oldest still operating tea plantation in Europe. It is also one of the best farms in the world.
The farm is situated on a hill and contains several beautiful rows of tea bushes, which is even more beautiful with the added view of the Atlantic Ocean.
9 Luoxiagou, Kunming, Qujing, China
Located in southern China, Luoxiagou features a red land that gives its farmland a view that looks like a colorful painting.
The red soil is excellent for growing vegetables and the various beds planted by the various farmers in the area add to the colorful landscape, best seen at sunset.
8th Spider Web Rice Fields, Cara Village, Ruteng, Indonesia
As the name suggests, this rice paddy in Indonesia is shaped like a spider web and can be found in different parts of Asia.
Farmers don’t usually manage their rice farms with a spider’s web in mind.
They simply manage the farm using their traditional farming practices, which then results in this unique web-like shape that now attracts agrotourists from all over the world.
7 Ba Gua Tea Garden, Taiwan
Ba Gua Tea Garden is a famous tea garden in Taiwan, known for its unique location on a mountainside and unique design on the mountain.
Most visitors who come to this farm also see the Thousand Island that surrounds the farm.
While enjoying the view, you can grab a cup of coffee or some snacks from the mountain store to spice up the experience.
6 Skagit Valley Tulip Fields, Washington, USA
The Skagit Valley is best known for its stunning flower fields, which bloom beautifully in a myriad of colors in spring.
This field hosts a festival called the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival every year, inviting people from all over the world to come and see the field blooming in purple, red, yellow, pink and green.
5 Jenne Farm, Reading, Vermont, United States
Jenne Farm is best visited in the fall as the farm is awash with beautiful yellow, red and orange colors. Because of its natural beauty, this farm has been named one of the most photographed farms in the world.
Several Hollywood films from Forrest Gump to Funny Farm have used this farm for filming due to its setting.
This farm’s scenery is best seen at sunrise or sunset, and the sight of cows grazing peacefully in the fields and the endless view of the sky add to the charm you will experience here.
4 Cider Hill Farm, Massachusetts, United States
Cider Hill Farm is a working farm in Massachusetts dedicated to growing fruits and vegetables.
While one can simply enjoy the beautiful sights, there are also opportunities to help out with the farm work.
Every year from June to the end of September, visitors can participate in the harvesting of apples, peaches, nectarines, pumpkins and raspberries.
In addition to the harvest, the farm also offers opportunities for other interesting activities such as hay rides and cider presses on weekends.
3 Hood River Lavender Farm, Oregon, USA
Lavender is a beautiful thing to plant, but few farms like Hood River Lavender Farm help people see how beautiful the harvest can be.
This farm in the Columbia River Gorge blooms beautiful purple hues in summer and also offers a backdrop of mountains and picturesque vineyards.
Visitors can enjoy a glass of wine at an outdoor bar, usually set up by the farm during the summer.
2 Arcadia Station, Queenstown, New Zealand
Arcadia is perhaps the most beautiful farm in the world, which is why it attracts celebrities from around the world and even the world-famous entertainment capital of Hollywood.
The farm is best known for its role in Middle-earth, having served as the home of Beorn, the skin-changer in the Hobbit film. There are many places from the Hobbit film to visit in real life, but this is arguably the most beautiful.
The farm is 257 acres and features expansive green fields, a picturesque lake and a surrounding backdrop of snow-capped mountains.
It served as a sheep station for decades until it was recently sold by the owner, who also promised to farm it and make the place a major tourist attraction.
1 Lakkatura tea garden, Bangladesh
Lakkatura Tea Garden is one of the numerous tea gardens in the world that are known for their scenery. Covering approximately 3,200 acres, the farm is one of the largest tea-producing gardens in the country.
While its size is one thing, it is the beauty of the Lakkatura tea garden that makes it appealing to nature lovers around the world.
The farm is located in Sylhet, a very touristy part of the country, and tourists often visit this garden to take a tour of the plantation and witness the beautiful green vegetation that surrounds the area.