According to National Park rules and regulations, a naturalist guide must always accompany visitors during excursions on the islands. You will be informed of everything that visitors are allowed to do. Nevertheless it is extremely important to observe all the rules in order to preserve this natural paradise for you and future generations.
Do not touch or disturb any plant, rock or animal on the islands.
Be careful not to carry any living material to the islands or from island to island.
Check your clothing for seeds and insects before disembarking.
Do not feed the animals.
Always remain on the path.
Always remain with your guide.
Do not startle or chase any animal from its nest or resting place. Be extremely careful in and around breeding grounds.
Do not force your way through dense bushes or thickets. This will destroy the plant life and seeds may become lodged on your clothing.
Do not litter on land or from the vessel while at sea.
Do not buy souvenirs made from any native animal part, coral or plant.
Do not write graffiti or deface rocks and plants on the islands.
Do not hesitate to show your conservationist attitude and explain the rules to others.
Notify the National Park Service if you see any damage being done.