Do's & Don'ts at Parks and Sanctuaries
Certain code of conduct has been framed to maintain the sustainability of these parks and sanctuaries. Visitors are requested to follow the following Code for Conservation.
Leave only footprints, take only photographs High altitude vegetation is frail
Avoid trampling, follow trails, and do not pick plants or flowers Do not disturb wildlife or its habitat
Do not buy endangered animal or plant products.
Use kerosene or bottled gas for cooking, heating and lighting; avoid using firewood. Ensure that you and your staff are properly equipped with warm clothes and fuel. Carrying plastics within the sanctuary is banned.
Bring all your garbage back
Carry out all batteries
Keep all pollutants away from streams and lakes.
Do not give treats to village children; It only encourages begging.
Respect the sanctity of holy rivers and historical sites: No smoking, drinking or loud talks.
Educate yourself about the ecology, customs, manners, and culture of place, before visiting specially the adjoining villages.
Support local conservation programs, and local community level organizations