1. Explore with a guide or group. If you are not familiar with the terrain and jungles of Bali, it is recommended that you join an excursion or tour with an experienced guide. This will help you avoid unpleasant situations and learn more about the local flora and fauna.
2. Follow signs and trails. Never stray from main trails and routes. The jungle can be confusing and dangerous, and it is important to stay on the route you have planned in advance.
3. Follow environmental protection rules. In the Balinese jungle, it is not allowed to destroy plants and animals. Don't collect rare flowers or break trees. Respect local fauna and flora.
4. Be careful of insects and snakes. Bali is inhabited by different types of insects and snakes, including poisonous ones. Wear long clothing and shoes that protect against bites, and use insect repellent. If you see a snake, do not attempt to approach or touch it. Snakes almost never attack first - take advantage of this to calmly move away from danger.
5. Protect yourself from the sun and humidity. The jungles in Bali can be hot and humid. Wear protective clothing, sunscreen, a hat and sunglasses. Drink enough water to avoid dehydration.
6. Be prepared for an overnight adventure. If you are planning an overnight trip into the jungle, be sure to take a flashlight with you so you can navigate in the dark.
7. Follow the rules of tourist ethics. Don't leave trash in the jungle. All waste, including plastic bottles and packaging, must be taken home and disposed of according to regulations.
8. Be prepared for changing conditions. The jungle can have different climatic conditions. Prepare for humidity, rain and sudden weather changes.
9. Communicate your plans. Before heading into the jungle, tell friends or family about your plans and expected return time. This will help ensure your safety in case of danger.
Follow these safety rules to ensure your adventure is stress-free and positive. We are sure that visiting the jungle will be an unforgettable experience for you.