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Donts:
Smoking and igniting fire is prohibited in National Parks and sanctuaries and not desirable in other forest area.
Use of poly-bags are not desirable in forest area.
Blowing of horns and playing transistors, without ear phones and excessive noises disturb and scare away wildlife.
Getting out of the vehicle will endanger your life as well as disturb animals.
Do not spoil the serene and environmentally sacred National Parks, sanctuaries and other forests by throwing and littering the area with garbage.
Avoid littering on forest floor
Avoid teasing of wild animals
Avoid use of perfumes or strong smelling chemical
Do not carry arms
Do not indulge in immoral activities
Do not wear clothes with vibrant colors
Does:
Check timings of entries with local staff and stick to schedule. Any entry otherwise timings is treated as trespass in protected areas and may invite action.
Keep various important related literatures and other articles, like information booklet of the area, identification book (s) of birds and animals, camera and binoculars etc. with you.
Drive vehicles at slow speed.
Use dustbins.
Observe the instructions of Forest Officials and those contained in the information booklet supplied to you.
The prior briefing and interaction with local staff makes your visit and stay more enjoyable and informative.
When out to observe wild life, as a rule Khaki or olive-green or brown clothing would be suitable. White or bright colors are too conspicuous and tend to scare animals. Long trousers are usually worn. Comfortable walking shoes such as sport shoes are advisable.
Always carry back your left-over.
Move with registered guide
Use biodegradable material
Book in advance for accommodation in forest rest houses to avoid disappointment
Never forget you are a part of that team, whose mission is to protect and conserve Forest, Wildlife and Environment.