3. During hot summer months, small animals usually look for a shelter under the rocks, bushes or holes in the ground. Avoid from checking these places or touching with hands. Let the animals stay safe and they won't harm you.
4. Changing of any kind of track route can be caused due to unexpected reasons (erosion, army fire training, etc.) Use only updated maps.
5. Don't collect the ammunition.
6. Don't enter the fire area.
7. Use closed and high boots.
8. Finish the daily route before the sunset.- Avoid from walking the Nature Reserve site at night
2. While entering the caves, use a flashlight. Avoid from using candles.Candles left marks on the walls of the caves and destroy the oxygen balance within the cave.
3. While walking within the stream, use the shoes with water slippery protection.
2. Don't jump or run around the water. There is a danger of slippery and injuries caused by water bottom stones.
3. Most of the water sources indicated on the map are temporary and can disappear during certain seasons of the year. Water in water sources is not drinkable. 4. Water using for agricultural purposes contains artificial fertilizers, not drinkable and even dangerous for humans.
5. Enter the water in the appropriate bathing suit.
6. Swimming is permitted in the places with lifeguard services.
2. Check that the fire is completely put out.
3. Spark or coal can cause the fire! Avoid of lighting the fire on the Nature Reserve site.
4. Collect the garbage and put it in the special garbage collection spot. Avoid of leaving the garbage on the Nature Reserve site, it can be dangerous for the wild animals and cause nature pollution.
5. Don't bury the garbage in the ground; wild animals can dig it out and spread on the site.
6. Keep on hand an empty garbage bag.Collect your garbage and put it within the special garbage collection spots, Keep the nature clean! 7. Keep the rules of the Nature Reserve sites; take care of their equipment and resources.
2. While walking on fenced off pastures, don't forget to close the gates of the pasture.
3. Remember! Indication of agricultural sites is mostly poor, take care
2. Don't feed wild animals.
3. Hunting is permitted in the special places arranged by the Israel Nature and Park authority; valid hunting license is necessary.
4. Uprooting of trees to make a fire on the Nature Reserve site is strictly forbidden.
5. Strictly forbidden to leave signatures or engraving in wood or stone on the Nature Reserve site.
6. Don't put a fire in the dry grass or bushes on the Nature Reserve site-It can harm small animals which find a shelter there.
2. Use a sun-glasses to protect your eyes. 3. Despite the heat, protect your body from direct sun rays: Tshirt with elbow-long sleeve, knee-long pants made of natural materials (cotton), sun-protected bathing suit.
4. Before the start in the morning, always use the sunblock cream.
5. Drink a lot of water! We strongly recommend to every Journey participant to be equipped at least with 5-7 liters of water for daily route.
2. While climbing the steps in the mountains use a special bag to carry the dog.
3. While walking, take a bowl and an additional portion of water for the dog.
4. Walking routes can be of different level of difficulty, demands walking on the wild ground under the sun. Appropriate permission from a veterinarian is necessary!
5. The rabies vaccine certificate is mandatory!
6. A certificate that the dog is not dangerous for people and other dogs is essential.
7. A vaccine against fleas and ticks are mandatory prior the Journe