On the national park territory:
- familiarise yourself with the conservation rules of the protected area prior to visiting it;
- in conservation zones with restrictions on movement, moving around is only allowed with the permission of the manager of the protected area;
- when driving a motor vehicle, use the designated roads and car parks only;
- moving around on private land is regulated by the Law of Property Act and the Nature Protection Act;
- camping and making fires is allowed in specially arranged and designated places only. Camping and making fires in home yards is allowed with the permission of the owner.l;
- fishing is only allowed in the territory of the national park with a fishing permit, which also serves as a permit to access the fishing areas designated thereon.
Hiking trails may run through grazing areas. As such:
- do not disturb the livestock;
- use the specially arranged places or crossings to pass grazing enclosures (if these do not exist, make sure you close all gates);
- keep dogs on a leash when in the national park and do not bring dogs onto trails crossing grazing land.
- do not leave any garbage behind – take it with you and place it in a garbage bin.
If you become aware of activities that are potentially harmful to the environment or visitor facilities, call the Environmental Inspectorate hotline on 1313.
For emergency services, call 112.