Bhutan has a tourist policy that is low-impact but high-value.
The government guarantees that the influence on local culture and the environment is limited by keeping the tourism industry modest. I've witnessed what mass tourism can do to a country, from environmental degradation (such as Halong Bay in Vietnam) to cultural disintegration. The goal is not to keep the wealthy and the masses apart, but to attract more thoughtful and responsible passengers. Second, Bhutan is a small country with limited resources and infrastructure, making it unsuitable for large numbers of tourists. Bhutan will remain an exclusive tourist destination with this "low impact, high value" tourism plan, providing visitors with superior services and authentic experiences. While travelling Bhut
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