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Forests, water and ancient sites…they are our past, our present, our future.They are sacred. Treat them as such
DO NOT LITTER. Take ALL Your Garbage Home
Keep a ‘shopping bag’ with you and put ALL your litter (including bio-degradable garbage) in it.At the end of the day, dispose of it in your guest house, or take it home
DON’T leave YOUR garbage all along the road, where you had a picnic and bath.Leave it ONLY in your garbage bag, or in YOUR pocket.
Be Respectful, Be Civilized
In a place of worship, in a forest, in a village, in an ancient place…behave with respect. A civilized person is sensitive to others in terms of noise, words, behaviour, and dress. Insensitivity is a sign of an uncivilized person
Don’t smoke or consume liquor in PUBLIC SPACES
If you cannot do without alcohol and smoking, do it privately in your guesthouse or room. NOT in public places. CONSUMING ALCOHOL AND SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES IS PUNISHABLE BY LAW.
|In the forest and nature reserves||At archeological sites|
At a wewa or stream
Content by: Lakdasun Team