Visitors love to visit rarely known places and are enthusiastic about knowing the culture of distinct tribes and
. I believe
is a positive development.
and foremost, tourists will encourage local people to preserve their culture.
, it is inevitable that
are fading away and foreigners_ visits may work as a motivation for locals to hold their
, natives may be proud of the
, which previously were a source of embarrassment, because when visitors show excitement about that country_s culture, natives may start to follow their
again, which once diminishes in the name of modern living.
, several communities have special dresses, which are becoming a thing of the past, but tourists might keep them alive.
tours to remote communities will do good but harm.
When people from different
travel through various
, they will spread rare and beautiful anecdotes and
around the world.
provides financial aid and creates employment.
, many poor
that do not have many resources but beautiful places and rich
, depend on tourism economically. Meanwhile,
is indirectly beneficial for the environment
. As in order to preserve mesmerizing natural sites, governments try to minimise carbon footprint. Take Bhutan,
, which has a law that 60% of the land will be allocated for the forest,which makes
country carbon negative.
To conclude, I think trips to remote culturally rich areas bring several benefits and create an ambience of respecting each other_s
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