Volunteer

Volunteer Near Evergreen Tropical Rain Forests to Montane Cloud Forests in Sri Lanka.

Revenues generated through fees paid by our volunteers are critical to supporting our conservation research and community work. Whether you're travelling alone or with a group, for a week or for several months, our experienced travel partners offer a wide variety of options to meet your needs.

You will be immersed in the local culture and ecology in the different regions in the Sri Lanka, from tropical montane cloud forests, dry zone forests to evergreen rain forests, home to wild Asian elephants, sloth bears, leopards and much other endangered wildlife in one of the most bio diversity hot spots in Sri Lanka.

You will stay at our camp sites, just a short distance from,

  • Gal oya National Park
  • Knuckles forest reserve
  • Peak wilderness sanctuary
  • Sinharaja rain forest


You will work hand-in-hand with our local staff and volunteers from all around the globe to carry out essential conservation work, including:

  • Conduct camera trapping sessions in the jungle to get population data of wild felids.
  • Conduct Pug-mark and leopard/small cat signs surveys to get information on Leopards and other wildlife abundance in tropical ecosystems.
  • Conduct Pug-mark and leopard/small cat signs surveys to get information on Leopards and other wildlife abundance in tropical ecosystems.
  • Collecting essential environmental and socio-economic data to help develop community-based conservation programs.
  • Participating in discussions with local villagers to help identify practical solutions to human-leopard conflicts.
  • Participating in discussions with local villagers to help identify practical solutions to human-leopard conflicts.
  • Teaching environmental education to local school children.
  • Gathering information on Sri Lanka's big and small carnivores along with all other wildlife including Sri Lankan elephants.

and much more!



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We have received international recognition and praise for our successful wildlife conservation in Sri Lanka. Our work yields lasting conservation results. You can be part of our success!

We are currently raising funds for our Sri Lankan Felidae Carnivore Project(FCP), and our ongoing conservation and research work to keep people, leopards and other wildlife safe.