Agri International has been managing agricultural farm and technical tours and business study tours for over 20 years. We have welcomed groups to New Zealand from all corners of the globe. Our customised programmes may include a specific industry or a combination thereof, such as dairy, beef, sheep, cropping, horticulture, viticulture, aquaculture, forestry and equine.
We can tailor-make an exclusive programme to suit your specific needs and undertake the necessary research to ensure you are meeting with key industry personnel and like-minded people. We can include as much or as little as you wish – typically a tour of New Zealand will include accommodation, transport, some meals, technical visits, farm visits, sightseeing and an interpreter if required.
Agri International is passionate about New Zealand’s agricultural industry and the environment. Our Team have agricultural qualifications and many years of experience in the industry.
Why choose AgriTravel?
We adhere to quality standards and as such are members of associations who require their members to operate to set standards. As such AgriTravel understand the interests, needs and cultures of overseas markets, and keeps abreast of New Zealand product development. As an inbound tour specialist with long standing connections in New Zealand’s primary sector, we work to achieve a programme that exceeds our clients expectations.
A Tourism Export Council Member must abide by the Tourism Export Council of New Zealand Code of Ethics and Practice, Constitution and Rules, and maintain a recognised standard of quality, e.g. Qualmark.
We are well qualified and are the first Agricultural Tour Operator in NZ to be endorsed by Qualmark. We have been awarded Silver under the Sustainable Tourism criteria giving our clients the confidence that they are working with a business that follows sustainable business practices, ensuring high quality NZ experiences.
Agricultural Tour Operators International (ATOI) is an association of professional tour operators specialising in agriculture tourism. ATOI members, coupled with their knowledge and understanding of the agriculture industry, are in a unique position to design and develop tour products that are tailor-made to clients’ specific interests, which may include small-scale family farms, large-scale commercial farms/ranches; and specific commodity interests such as crops or livestock, dairy, forestry, fruit, vegetables, and horticulture, along with conferences and events in the agribusiness sector.
The AgriTravel gang received 10/10 ratings across the board. The compliments from the travellers have been coming to us too so thank you for making us look good!
Roger – Garden Tour Leader, Canada, November 2017