Most of them wants to have bathing opportunity during the day and dance or drinking entertainment at night.
If you are happy with Swedes and Anglos using Poland as some cheap replacement for Amsterdam - that is your right.
This August, I am taking a group of friends to Kyrgyzstan. We will spend only one day upon arrival, and one day upon departure in the capital city of Bishkek. The other ten days we will spend in the mountains - living in yurts, hunting, fishing, riding horses, and grilling delicious steaks. Guess how much the trip cost for a group of 7 people not including me? $32K.
$32K, because rented Nissan Patrol with driver, horses, yurts, satellite Internet, hot water, generator, etc. I don't need any of these things when I camp, but my friends of course appreciate it. You telling me that's not money? Eco-tourism can bring big bucks if done right. Just ask Nepal, or Iceland.