In order to significantly minimize any problems faced by tourists, the number of tourists who arrive in the country each year has been maintained at a manageable level.
Since the advent of tourism in Bhutan in 1974, the Royal Government has adopted a committed approach toward the growth and development of tourism in Bhutan.
The Bhutanese people believe in enriching their lives as a community, rather than as individuals.
They come together in times of illness, death, and financial difficulties to share their neighbors’ burdens.
They care as much for their neighbors as they do for their immediate families, and because of this, there’s hardly anyone who feels lonely or helpless.
An entire village will gather together to celebrate festivals or momentous occasions in life, coming together to feast, pray, and watch performances.