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  • Protect natural environment.
  • Limit deforestation. Make no open fires. Where water is heated by scarce firewood, use as little as possible. When possible, choose accommodation that uses kerosene or fuel-efficient wood stoves.
  • Remove litter. Burn or bury paper and carry out all non-degradable litter.
  • Graffiti is a permanent form of environmental pollution.
  • Keep local water clean. Avoid using pollutants such as detergents in streams or springs. If no toilet facilities are available, make sure you are alt least 30 meters away from water sources, and bury or cover wastes.
  • Plants should be left to flourish in their natural environment. Taking cuttings, seeds and roots is illegal.
  • If a trail is already existent then do not walk on any other ground. Follow predetermined path and trail.
  • Do not trample on fresh grass / growth.
  • Do not disturb wild animals.
  • If any natural resources are used then if possible replace them back to their original position
  • Help your guides and porters to follow conservation measures.

Tourism code reflects the fact that our focus is more on the human issues of tourism rather than on ecological/conservation issues.

  • Support the local trades- and crafts-people. Buy only locally made souvenirs where possible.
  • Recognize land rights. When in tribal lands, tourists should behave as they would on private property.
  • Learning something about the history and current affairs of a country helps you understand the attitudes and idiosyncrasies of its people and help prevent misunderstandings and frustrations.
  • Respect local traditions and cultures, and maintain local pride. When taking photographs, respect privacy.
  • Respect holy places. Preserve what you have come to see. Never touch or remove religious objects. Shoes should be removed when visiting temples.
  • Giving to children encourages begging. A donation to a project, health center or school is a more constructive way to help.
  • You will be accepted and welcomed if you follow local customs. Use only your right hand for eating and greeting. Respect local etiquette. Loose, lightweight clothes are preferable to revealing shorts, skimpy tops and tight fitting "action-wear".
  • Observe standard food and bed charges but do not condone overcharging. Remember, when you are shopping, that the bargains you buy may only be possible because of low income to others.
  • Visitors who value local traditions encourage local pride and maintain local cultures.
 

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