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Do’s & Don’ts For The Visitors

Do's and Dont's

Do's
    • Treat National Parks as they are sanctorum of our precious natural heritage.

 

    • Obtain permits from the Chief Wildlife Warden for photography/videography/investigation inside a sanctuary or a Marine National Park.

 

    • Make use of services of authorised Tourist Guides.

 

    • While driving, follow the traffic rules, keep left. Carry legal documents like driving license, permit, passport etc.

 

    • Consult life guards before entering the sea.

 

    • Swim in safe areas only.

 

    • Dispose of the garbage and plastics at proper places/dustbins.

 

    • Do not pluck or damage corals.

 

    • Take back only photographs and sweet memories leave behind only footprints and ripples.

 

    • Obtain transit pass from the Deputy Conservator of Forest, Wildlife Division, Port Blair, to transport any wild animal/trophy, article etc. outside the islands.

 

    • Foreign nationals are requested to obtain the Restricted Area Permit.

 

    • Visit only permitted areas.

 

    • Avail the service of Scuba Dive Instructors having certification of international professional organisation like PADI, CMAS, NAUI, BSAC, or SSI for safe diving experience.

 

    • Keep the beaches and the environment clean.

 

    • Observe decency and decorum in dress.

 

    • On beach, parents are requested to keep an eye on their kids at all times.

 

    • Please drink sufficient water to avoid dehydration.

 

    • Please consult reception desk of Tourism Division of Directorate of Information, Publicity and Tourism before availing the services of any tour operators/travel agents/Scuba Dive Centres.

 

 

Dont's
    • Foreign Nationals should not enter the islands without required permit.

 

    • Do not enter into restricted/tribal areas.

 

    • Do not take video film or photographs inside Tribal Reserve areas of the indigenous tribes.

 

    • While driving, follow the traffic rules, keep left. Carry legal documents like driving license, permit, passport etc.

 

    • Do not take pictures of the Airport, Government Dockyard, Defence Establishments, Naval Wharf, Dhanikhari Dam and Chatham Saw Mill.

 

    • Do not collect, destroy coral or touch/ break live coral. Please do not stand on the coral reef while snorkelling/Scuba Diving.

 

    • Do not take video or film without permit, wherever such permits are required.

 

    • Do not carry sea fans and seashells unless specific permits are obtained from the Fisheries Department.

 

    • Do not throw garbage and plastic in public places, beaches and into the sea.

 

    • Do not swim after consuming liquor.

 

    • Do not light fire in Forests and Protected Areas as it not only destroys forests but also damages wildlife habitat.

 

    • Person who commits breach of any of the conditions of the wildlife protections shall be punishable under law.

 

    • Do not stay on the beaches or forest during night by putting up tents/hammocks.

 

    • Nudity on beaches and public places is strictly forbidden.

 

    • Do not enter in the National Parks without prior permission.

 

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