At the entrance gate, every visitor will be submitted to the required security checks.
Visitors are not allowed to:
Animals are not allowed.
Rucksacks are admitted.
Visitors must respect the general rules indicated on the notices posted in the Estate.
The Estate is a protected natural wildlife area featuring wild animals (wild boar, deer, roe deer, vipers, etc.) and numerous entomological species (bees, wasps, hornets and horseflies) whose sting could produce adverse body reactions. Visitors affected with pathologies that are incompatible with the tour of the wildlife park are advised to use insect repellents.
Visiting a protected natural wildlife area requires respect for the local fauna and flora: visitors are kindly requested not to approach wild animals and not to touch or collect natural elements present in the environment, flowers and specimens of other botanical species.
Visitors must be adequately dressed, use walking shoes or boots suitable for nature trails and wear appropriate sporting outfits. If not properly equipped, visitors could be not allowed to take part in the visit.
The visit can only be carried out along pre-established routes and visitors are prohibited from deviating from the itineraries, also in consideration of the characteristics of the location and of the presence of wild animals. Visitors are also requested to silence their cell phones and avoid making disturbing noises.
Visitors are advised to carry drinking water and are allowed to bring in their own food.
Domestic animals are not allowed in the park.
Smoking along the itinerary is strictly forbidden because of the high risk of forest fires.
As in all protected natural wildlife areas, littering is forbidden, including if the waste is biodegradable or organic.
In order to provide adequate assistance, persons with mobility disabilities or impairments should inform of their condition at the time of booking.
Persons with disabilities are advised to take the historic-artistic and nature routes in the Capocotta - Riserva di Lauro wildlife park.
For the moment there are no tactile tours available for blind and visually impaired persons.