PETAR, as a national park, is highly beneficial and effective. It provides jobs for the people in the community along with preserving the forest. Although there have been few environmental regulations until recently, I think from talking to the guides that they have done a great job preserving it. It was only seven months ago that the guides stopped using polluting lanterns in the caves, which seems pretty remarkable. I don’t necessarily agree with ecotourism, in general, but I think that in certain cases some places are exploited too much. If the government had given more attention to places that need to be protected and to the communities that reside in those areas that the forest would have been protected much better.