Code of conduct when visiting the
Cerro Castillo National Park
While visiting this beautiful national park, we hope each visitor can enjoy the wilderness in peace and quiet, immersed in nature. Be kind and respectful of other visitors by following these suggestions and park rules:
FLORA AND FAUNA
Respect flora and fauna. For maintaining the fragile ecosystem, it’s important not to remove stones, flowers, sticks, etc. from the park. Please maintain your distance from all wildlife and never threaten them. It’s recommended to stay at least 20 meters away.
KEEP IT QUIET
Respect other visitors. Please don’t yell and make loud noises that can be mistaken for cries for help or rescue. Don’t play music over loud speakers in campsites and be quiet at night time.
Minimize your impact by applying the principles of
“Leave no trace”
Don’t you know them? For more information about why we have these rules, check out the Leave No Trace principles here! Thank you for helping us to preserve this national park and help keep it pristine.
HAVE A QUESTION
Don’t hesitate to contact us!
Our staff are ready to help you plan your trek. Beyond our office team, we also have professional guides in the park who are available to answer questions during your trip. Before sending us an email, please head over to the frequently asked questions to see if your question has already been answered. We look forward to hearing from you!