• Firearms are strictly prohibited in Mole National Park. Declare (and surrender to Park authorities) any firearm in your possession at the Park entrance, for safe keeping.
• All tourist activity in the park should be accompanied by an armed guide/guard. 
• Bush burning is strictly prohibited in Mole.
• The speed limit for the Drive Safari is 40km/hr. Respect the right of way of all animals, and watch out for speed bumps.
• Violation of any of these restrictions can result in sanctions and/or expulsion from the Park.
• Seek information about the Park’s tourism activities at designated sources only: ie. The Safari Office (Tourism Office) or the Park’s main office.
• Tourists are advised to wear appropriate outfits, i.e. long trousers and closed walking boots with a firm grip. This will protect you from wild plants, thorns, reptiles and insects. 
• Arrange all tourism activities (safaris, bird watching, camping, etc.) at the Safari Office located at the Mole Information Centre.
• Picnicking is possible within the Park, at the Public Campsite and Brugbani Campsite.

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