Prepare for the excursion and hiking, pack everything you want to take with you in advance.
Your clothing should be practical so that you can avoid the inconveniences of the area and the weather. (There is no such thing as bad weather, only badly-dressed hikers)
Leave your car or motorbike at the parking lot, then continue on foot.
Do not litter, any waste can be kept in your rucksack.
Light a fire only at the designated sites and check whether it has gone out before you leave.
Adapt yourself to nature in the open air. Do not disturb its tranquillity with loud, careless behaviour.
Do not pollute the water of rivers and streams. We do not wash and wash up anything in living water, do we? Nature and those living in it would bear the brunt of it!
If you come across a bird ring while hiking, send it to BirdLife Hungary (Magyar Madártani és Természetvédelmi Egyesület)
Leave everything as you found it in nature: turn back any upturned stones, throw back any aquatic plants you have removed accidentally.
Always follow the designated track, do not take a short cut across fields, woods or turf.
Do not leave any sneaking signs which can attract people’s or animals’ attention to nests or holes.
Protection applies to all developmental forms of protected species under all circumstances.
Ask the cognizant nature conservation authority for permission if you wish to visit strictly protected areas or put up a tent in a nature reserve.
All the springs, caves and sinkholes are under protection.
Should you find something special, do not tell it to everybody. The saying “A secret that is known by two people is not a secret any longer” proves to be true many times.
Take photographs instead of collecting things from nature.