Tourists visiting El Imposible must comply with the following rules, in order not to commit offenses against the law protecting this natural area:

-          Do not disrespect or disobey authorized personnel: rangers, guides and managers

-          Do not bring pets

-          Do not remove timber or firewood without permission

-          Do not trim or cut trees, shrubs or other vegetation

-          Do not remove living or dead plants

-          Do not collect, capture, hunt, fish, or trade in specimens of the park

-          Do not extract dead animal parts  that can be found in the forest

-          Do not collect or extract rocks, minerals and fossils

-          Do not litter or deposit any pollutant

-          No smoking inside the Park

-          Do not consume any type of drug product within the park boundaries

-          Do not consume alcoholic beverages

-          Do not operate any device or sound equipment such as radios, CD players, speakers or speakers

-          Do not enter the park while intoxicated or doped

-          Do not carry firearms

-          Use the restrooms, not the plants

-          Do not light fires in areas outside camping areas

-          Do not damage the area facilities, equipment, materials or other property belonging to the administration

-          Do not leave the trails or make new ones

-          Do not disturb or disrespect other visitors

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

  • Wear suitable shoes
  • Use caps, hats or scarves to protect yourself from the sun
  • Carry sufficient drinking water
  • If you are camping, bring your own tent
  • In wet weather, bring a waterproof poncho
  • Carry insect repellent
  • Wear light clothes, preferably cotton in light colors
  • Read the rules for tourists (written in the back of the entrance ticket)

Don’t forget to bring medicines for people with chronic diseases.