ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

Tour groups visiting a nature reserve should not be over 10 people per group and should always be accompanied by a local guide. When you are in a nature reserve, please follow the regulations and laws of the reserve.

LEAVE NOTHING BUT FOOTPRINTS

Do not throw trash on the ground,

put it in designated places.

NO FIRES

Do not start any fires

within the Nature Reserve.

MINIMIZE NOISE

Please turn off the engine of your vehicle

when you are in the Nature Reserve.

TAKE ONLY PHOTOS

Do not take any “souvenirs”

or specimens from the wild.

GET PERMISSION

If you are coming to do research,

training, or filming, please get permission.

DON'T BUY WILDLIFE PRODUCTS

Please do not buy endangered wildlife

products such as fur, feathers, and leather.

SAY NO TO SINGLE USE PLASTIC

Our Ecotrips’4R guide in order of priority will help you in making your trips truly eco. Pay attention to the entire life cycle of items you bring into your trip by either REFUSING, REDUCING, REUSING or RECYCLING.

LEAVE THE HABITAT INTACT

Do not cut or dig up

trees or bushes.

RESPECT WILDLIFE

Please respect our wildlife friends and do

not disturb them and their habitat.

DON'T SCARE THE BIRDS

When birdwatching, please do not wear

bright clothing, make loud noises, frighten or

feed the birds.

CULTURAL CONSERVATION

Please follow these guidelines to ensure that the area’s cultural heritage is protected effectively.

LOCAL CUSTOMS

Respect the local people and their

customs and religion.

TEMPLE ETIQUETTE

Respect holy and sacred places and do not

touch or move religious objects.

VILLAGE ETIQUETTE

Do not touch things before you get permission,

and do not be loud and disrespectful in the village.

CHILDREN

Giving to children only encourages begging,

donate to our Conservation and Community

Development Fund to help them.

TAKING PHOTOS

Ask permission before you take pictures in the

villages, especially when you take pictures of people.

LOCAL PRIDE

Please show an interest in understanding

local culture and traditions, you can

encourage local pride and help maintain

local cultures.