Tips & Safety Recommendations Inspiring thousands of tourists to care!

"Ecotourism is responsible travel to natural areas seeking to conserve the environment and improve the well-being of local people." (TIES - 1990) We highly encourage all our visitors to be considerate to wildlife and other visitors, and follow the motto of Leave No Trace: "Take nothing but pictures. Leave nothing but footprints"

What you should Wear

Closed Footwear

Comfortable Socks

Comfortable Clothes

Lightweight Jacket


What you should Pack

Trash bag

Walking stick (optional)


Trail Map (Distributed at the entrance)

Binoculars (optional)

Water bottle (1L per person)


What you should do

Stay on the trail to prevent disturbance of wildlife and their habitats
Stay near the guard/guide for security and guidance
Take pictures
Observe birds
Enjoy the scenery
Keep nature clean; avoid pollution and introduction of harmful substances
Avoid making noise and you’ll get a chance to encounter mammals and birds
Respect instructions to help us protect the environment

What you shouldn’t do

No hunting: birds and mammals are important to maintain the ecosystem's balance
No flowers and plants picking: they are vital to the forests' health and some species are rare and endangered
No smoking or fire lighting: fire can expand quickly and cause massive damage
No pets: they can transfer or catch diseases and interfere with the balance of the ecosystem