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    No fishing!

    by croisbeauty Written Oct 9, 2004

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    This must be a big temptations for those who are pasionate fishermen, there is a plenty of fish in the lakes, especially trouts in the Lower Lakes, and yet, fishing is not allowed in the whole area of National Park.

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    In case of the rain

    by croisbeauty Updated Oct 9, 2004

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    IIn case of the sudden rain or bad weather, you can take refuge under such a wooden shelters which are situated all over the National Park. If you cannot find this shelters, the best is to search for the inner road of the park where the bus stations are situated, all of them with the same kind of the shelter.

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    dangerous animals

    by Aurorae Written Nov 11, 2003

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    There can be a lot of snakes, so better beware...
    Also, wild animals like woolves or bears are also very common! So, don't wander alone in the deep woods and very late at night, be sure to leave the park before closing. And preferrably, stick to the marked paths.

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    don't trust the lonely planet

    by call_me_rhia Written Feb 7, 2003

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    once upon a time (has it changed by now?)the legendary lonely planet wrote that there were free buses one could use to visit the park. fact is that buses never quite existed. there are some sort of electrical vehicles that do transport people from one parking lot to the other - but they do not take in the park and the plakes. Basically if you want to visit the park, you'll need to do it by your own legs - so if you can't walk for around three hours, you might as well decide not to visit it... 'cause you really won't be getting near any lake. try again, Lonely Planet - and provide the correct facts

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