There are strong traditional Islamic norms of behavior, but without the slightest sign of bigotry. To walk on Human Settlements is recommended to wear long trousers or skirt and a light shirt (but not T-shirt). At the same time to visit most restaurants strict evening wear is not needed. When visiting mosques clothing must cover legs and hands. Shoes should be removed and wash the feet of ritual basins. Taking photographs is prohibited. The guards usually insist on the mosque, accompanied by a tourist, hoping to take charge, but in fact you can see the mosque and independently. Swimming naked is prohibited on all islands of the archipelago with the exception of the island Kuramata.