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Пещера Bыпустек

Маршрут / Visiting Rules

ORGANIZATION OF CAVE TOURS

● each cave tour takes approx. 60 minutes

● the maximum number of visitors is 45 people

● the booked groups have the priority to other visitors

● in case, that the reserved group don´t buy the tickets at leatest 40 min before the visit, it loses the priority to other visitors

● after buying the tickets the visitors wait in appointed time by the cave entrance

● the time of the entrance is written on the ticket

● the enters into the cave are organized by the guide, in accordance with the boss or the dispatcher

● if there are some serious reasons, the cave can be partially or completely closed

THE VISIT OF THE CAVE

● during the visit the visitors are obliged to follow the instructions of their guide and don´t disturb his explanation

● during the whole visit /in small spaces/ it´s necessary to be very carefull and follow the instructions of the guide

● by any unforeseeable event (power failure) the visitors must keep calm, stay on the place and follow the instructions of their guide

● any injury or indisposition during the visit the visitor must announce to the guide, who will take care of it

● who wants to use the camera or video, must buy the ticket for that at the cash desk. Without buying this permition it´s not allowed to take pictures or video in the cave.

● the temperature in the cave is about 8 °C, so we recommend to take warmer clothes

● the route in the cave is barrier-free

● it´s forbidden to enter the cave with animals

Entry to the cave is forbidden to:

● people under influence of alcohol

● people without the guide

● children under the age of 10 years without parents or the leader of their group (teacher.....)

● people with heavy soil clothes and shoes

THE PROTECTION OF NATURE

In the cave it is forbidden:

● to touch the things, which are on display, electric installation or technical equipment

● to touch, to break or in some other way damage the dripstone decoration and the walls of the cave

● to carry the pieces of rocks off the cave

● to enter the parts out of visiting route and move away from the group

● to throw away the trash or in some other way dirty the cave spaces

● to carry into the cave capacious buggage, touristic sticks, umbrellas, tripods ....

● to take photo or video without buying the permission for that

● to smoke, eat, drink and enter the cave with drinks and ice cream

● to frighten the animals (bats...) in the cave

CONCLUSION

● if these rules are not observed, the visit can be stopped without compensation

● if these rules are break very seriously (especially breaking dripstones and things, which are on display)- against the wrongdoer will be launch the criminal trial

● the visitors can write the wishes, compliments and complaints into the visitors´ book, which can be found at the cash desk

The caves are the part of strictly protected area according to the law ČNR Nr.114/92 About the nature and landscape protection. That´s why the visitors are obligated to respect all it´s protective conditions (on the surface and in the underground) and don´t damage natural phenomenons (rock formations, trees, plants...) and go only on the marked paths and don´t leave them. The violation of this law is under penalty of 50.000 CZK.

Robert Dvořáček

Manager of the Výpustek Cave

March 1st 2008