Tips and Rules

Helpful tips

The climate is temperate, warm and humid with an average annual temperature of 20º C with mild winters and very hot summers. The rainy season is recorded in autumn and summer. Whatever the time you visit the region, it is always advisable to wear insect protection

The first hour of the morning and sunset are the times when the animals are most active; They are the best times to observe the fauna and its customs.

One of the characteristics of the Carlos Pellegrini community is the friendliness of its people. Ask, Consult, Investigate, Observe and Preserve. We want to assist you and that you recommend us.

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Standards of Conduct

Here is some practical advice so that you can be conscious of what you “should and shouldn’t do” in Colonia Carlos Pellegrini and why your actions can damage the environment and its inhabitants.

The “10 recommendations for a sustainable tourist”are:

  • Choose providers that offer guarantees of quality, respect of human rights and the environment. Hire service providers properly skilled.

  • Use natural resources, like water and energy, with moderation. Remember that they are scarce.

  • Try to minimise the generation of waste. It’s a source of contamination.

  • When you have to throw away waste, do it in a clean way provided by your place of accommodation.

  • When out in nature, make sure the only trace you leave behind is your footprints.

  • It is a sensitive ecosystem, make sure you have the smallest impact possible to not degrade it.

  • To buy gifts and memories, look for local products that will favour the local economy and cultural diversity. It will favor the economy of the Colony and cultural diversity.

  • Don’t take protected flora or fauna according to the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) It is a crime and contributes to its extinction.

  • Enjoy getting to know our culture, customs, food and traditions. Respect them and get close to them, they have much to tell you.

  • Try to contribute with your presence to the development of responsible and sustainable tourism, building a healthier planet with your trip.

The responsible tourist and traveller

Travel and tourism must be conceived and practised like a method of both personal and collective development. If they are carried out with an open mind, they are an irreplaceable factor in the self-education, mutual tolerance and learning of the legitimate differences between towns, cultures and their diversity.

We all have a part to play in helping increase responsible travel and tourism. Governments, companies and communities need to do it, but you too, through the type of visitor you are, you can sensitively help this objective in many ways:

  • Embrace the distinct cultures and traditions: your experience will be transformed, you will win the respect of the local population and be easily welcomed. Be tolerant and respect the diversity, see the traditions. social practices and cultures of the place.

  • Respect the human rights. Any form of exploitation undermines the fundamental objectives of tourism.

  • Help to conserve the natural environment. Protect the wild flora and fauna in its habitat and don’t buy products made from endangered plants and animals.

  • Respect cultural means. Tourist activities must be done with respect to the cultural, archaeological and artistic heritage.

  • Your trip can contribute to the economic and social development. Buy artisanal handicraft and local products to help the local economy and encourage fair trade. If you bargain, bare in mind what constitutes a fair price.

  • Before setting off, learn about the health situation of your destination and about the ease of access of emergency services. Make sure you do not put your health or security at risk. Be sure to have all of your specific needs covered before deciding to travel (food, access to medical attention etc.)

  • Find out as much as possible about your destination, dedicate time to understanding its customs, rules and traditions. Avoid behaviour that can offend the local population.