This area is protected in order to preserve the natural and cultural heritage for present and future generations. Therefore, it is important to follow these rules of behavior:
- Respect the customs and traditions of the people who live in the park.
- Take care of the nature in the given area, enjoy its scenery with all your senses.
- Do not break branches, do not gather flowers, they are more beautiful in its natural environment.
- Do not disturb the animals, do not destroy their habitats or damage their nests – let's keep the birds singing.
- Dogs should be kept on a lead.
- Do not pollute the rivers, lakes, streams, springs. Drink water only from trusted and labeled springs.
- Do not leave any waste in the park; take it with you, along with your memories. Store it in bins that are provided for it; if the bin does not exist at a certain place, bring the waste with you to the next. Leave the nature clean and pure behind you.
- Do not light a fire, except in areas marked for it. Check if you have put out the fire upon leaving.
- Move on marked trails and roads. Movement on unmarked trail and roads, except potential danger, may degrade nature.
- Enjoy the sounds of nature, and do not make undue noise.
- Park your vehicles on designated places.
- When visiting a natural area, behave in accordance with nature and its rules; in this way you will not threaten nature and its ecosystems.
- Spend the night in accommodation facilities (campsites, rooms, huts) because camping is not allowed outside the designated areas.
Forest Ranger Service is in charge of a safe and regular stay of visitors in Tara NP. Summary from the Rule Book regarding the internal conduct code of visitors is available and free of charge. Summary from the Rule Book and the Instruction for fire protection of forests are available at all reception desks and information check-points within NP Tara.