#1 If you don't have a tour guide in Jiuzhaigou National Park. Carry and use a guide book for information on the various sites. 

#2 You may encounter wildlife unexpectedly, please slow down to assure yourself enough stopping distance. 

#3 Please do not attempt to touch travertine or other water life. These grow approximately 0.1mm per year and one step or touch by just one visitor could set the natural process back by many years. Others imitating your actions could result in thousands of years of damage.

#4 Do not feed or catch any wild animals,including fish, birds, squirrels, monkeys, insects or other wildlife. Consuming human food is unhealthy and encourages aggressive behavior that may require the death of the animal. 

#5 No fires or smoking are allowed in the park. No flammable or explosive objects are allowed within the park. Visitors are requested to encourage others to follow these rules also and notify park staff of any potential dangers.

#6 Avoid water hazards. Park waters can be deceptively cold and deep. Do not take risks while wading or crossing streams. Swimming is unsafe and prohibited in the park. 

#7 You are safer hiking in a group or have a tour guide. In areas of low visibility, make noise to avoid surprise encounters.

#8  Stay on designated trails and boardwalks. Ground in hydrothermal areas is fragile and thin, and there is scalding water just below. Do not trample on grass, climb trees, pick flowers or break twigs or branches etc. Keep your children close at hand.

#9 Respect the local people who have been living here for generations. If you would like to take their photo have the good manners to ask their permission first and respect their wishes.

#10 Cell phone service is available in the park. As a courtesy to others, please turn off your cellphone while enjoying Jiuzhaigou National Park's natural features. Wi-Fi is only available in some hotels nearby the park.

#11 Put all litter in one of the many dustbins provided throughout the park. This includes fruit peels which although are naturally biodegradable are not part of Jiuzhaigou Valley's eco-system.

#12 Pets are not allowed in the park.

#13 There are no campgrounds in Jiuzhaigou Valley National Park. Camping is prohibited in the park. 

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