This publication was written to inform stakeholders in both the agriculture and tourism sectors about agritourism events carried out in the Pacific and to inspire them in their efforts to increase the use of local products for the tourism sector and provide what buyers want in terms of consistency, quality, supply, presentation and other desirable features. Achieving this outcome will benefit farmers, the tourism trade and, ultimately, the national economy. It briefly describes three agritourism events conducted in Fiji, Samoa and Tonga in 2014 & 2015 and then presents a summary of the issues, findings and discussions that were held. This is followed by a practical section on how to host a buyers-sellers mart – a feature of all three events – and then a useful list of many Pacific agricultural enterprises and personnel involved in agritourism. Finally, some case studies are provided: examples of what can be achieved.