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For the respect of the SACRED nature of the site, and for your security and better enjoyment, you must see the forest with a local Guide/ Elder.

Respect the trials and follow their directions. Do not leave them

Do not leave trash in the forest, period!

Do not take anythhnig form the forest no matter how small or insignificant it seems to you.

For most of their lives, the animals in the refuge hear only the sounds of the forest. If you keep from making unnecessary noises, you will discover the magic of sounds of the forest dwellers.

The kaya shall remain closed on every fourth day of a traditional calendar, Chipalata.

For the sacredness and Sanctity of the site, behaviors such as kissing, Caressing, fondling, etc, are highly prohibited inside the forest.

While in the forest capture as much as possible with your photo lens, however no photographing is allowed at the grave yard.

All visitors must wrap traditional cloth, called Kaniki, around their waist before entering the forest.

Remember you are visiting a SACRED FOREST, put on modest clothing that are respectful to the sacredness of the site and which will protect you while in the forest

Keep in mind that when you visit the refuge, your freedom ends where nature begins. This balance of nature is indispensable to maintain life and evolution. Your foots should be the only evidence of you happy visit, “Take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but foot prints”.

Remember our ancestral spirits dwell here; they are not to be disturbed before 8:00am in the morning and after 5:00pm in the evening.

TRADITOINAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
GOVERNING KAYA KINONDO
visitors listening to a Kaya kinondo guide