National Park Management
Not interfering with the nature of the national park is also a form of management. Here, the original wilderness should be preserved. Sometimes initial measures are necessary before nature takes over.
The national park also includes areas in which the philosophy Let nature be nature” cannot be fulfilled because very special species and habitats need to be preserved. Due to the National Park Ordiance and international obligations.
There are still activities in the national park that have arisen historically, such as fishing. In dialogue with the relevant stakeholders, we seek mutually acceptable solutions to ensure the area is protected.
The protection of people from danger always has priority, including in the national park. For this reason, we take measures to protect against animal diseases and forest fires, as well as coastal conservation and traffic safety measures.