Amenah Muayad Abdullah College of Education/ College of education/ Al-Farahidi University /Baghdad/ IraqEmail: email@example.com
Mustafa obay Saeed Department of Law, AlNoor University College, Bartella, IraqEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Zainab abed Almoussawi College of Islamic Science /Ahl Al Bayt University /Kerbala / IraqEmail: email@example.com
Hassan Taher Braiber Accounting Department, Al-Mustaqbal University College, Babylon, IraqEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ihsan Ali Mubarak The University of Mashreq/ Baghdad/ IraqEmail: Ihsan.email@example.com
Jenan Ali Hammoode Accounting and Economics/ Al-Esraa University College, Baghdad, IraqEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
As he cultivates agricultural land, the farmer plays a crucial role in agricultural tourism. Farmers with less innovativeness do not contribute to the nation's economic prosperity. Agriculture tourism in Iraq is not as advanced as in affluent countries. This study investigates the factors influencing farmers' participation in developing agricultural tourism in Iraq. This study is based on a previously unexplored gap in the literature because no previous research has investigated this gap. This study included secondary data and a Likert scale questionnaire for empirical proof. Participants in this study were Iraqi farmers. In this regard, the findings of this study are an addition to the literature and the body of knowledge since they reveal that the factors of farmers' actions have a substantial impact on agriculture tourism in Iraq. The study also has significant practical implications for enhancing Iraq's tourism industry for economic growth. Moreover, the theoretical ramifications of this study have contributed to the advancement of knowledge. The future directions of this research are essential for future agricultural tourism research.
Keywords:Educated farmers, public access to farms, agricultural tourism, tourism economy, tourism marketing.