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Tourists code of conduct

To support responsible tourism in forest reserves, all visitors should abide by the following code:  
1. Always walk on the designated trails and tracks.
2. Don’t litter. Unless where there are designated bins, take away all litter with you. 
3. Don’t feed wild animals. It makes them unnaturally dependent on people.
4. Don’t collect roots, seeds, flowers, barks or other “souvenirs” from forest reserves. 
5. Don’t mark or write on tree trunks, rocks, cave walls or other features in forest reserves.
6. Beware that the animals in forests are wild and they can be dangerous.
7. Be extremely careful with cigarettes and campfires. Use designated campsites and kitchen sites when camping.   
8. Ensure that carvings and other products that you purchase are not made from threatened or endangered tree species. 
9. Respect forest-adjacent communities and their cultures. Dress appropriately and always seek permission to enter people’s houses or take their photographs.   
10. Use airlines, safari operators and accommodation providers that tangibly support responsible tourism.
11. Plant trees and ask about other conservation- and community-oriented projects that you can support.

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