First good habit: what goes in must come out!
Indeed, the National Park does not have any rubbish bins. As a wild site with difficult access, the creeks must remain a natural area without any facilities in the very heart of the massif. The cleanliness of the site depends on everyone’s commitment to take and sort litter brought during the visit.
> Waste damages the landscapes and is a risk for the earth and the sea wildlife.
Second good habit: Hear the songs of the cicadas!
Playing music is forbidden by the park regulations both on land and at sea. Leave the connected speakers and any equipment playing music at home. Enjoy the calm of nature and the song of cicadas so pleasant on the edge of water…(or bring along your headphones to take a nap !)
> Noise is a major source of disturbance for biodiversity, especially for very sensitive species like the protected birds of the creeks. Making noise disrespects both the location and fellow visitors.
Third good habit: Smoke break – Have a breath of fresh air!
60% of human-caused fires are unintentional. They are the results of irresponsible behaviour in the forests (barbecues, stoves, cigarettes…). For a day or a few hours, enjoy the magic and beauty of the place and forget about nicotine!
> Due to its location, the high number of visitors, the houses nearby, and fragile biodiversity, this natural environment is at high risk of fire.