Be careful when visiting wilderness areas, heritage, archaeological or others that seem fragile and / or valuable.
Collect and return with the garbage generated during the visit to these areas, including organics, as otherwise it could damage the diet of the native wildlife, littering the landscape and a ect the other visitors.
Choose the routes that cause the least impact on the landscape, favoring existing roads and trails. Choose guided tours, avoiding accidents and reducing erosion and compacting of the soil in the vulnerable areas while contributing to local jobs.
Do not participate in environmental crimes. If visiting a protected area, remember that rules and regulations were created to preserve places and species of great ecological value, which, in many cases, are in danger of extinction.
Do not feed
Follow the signs and indications of the existing communities in the area. This will allow a safer visit for you, your family and the environment.
Do not remove natural resources, such as stones, fossils, shells, plants, owers or others from their original environment.
Contribute to the maintenance of the infrastructure and equipment in the protected area by paying the solicited price of entrance and properly using the facilities and infrastructure.