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Volunteer- Another way to Save the World

You don't have to be a super Hero to save the World, there are many ways in which you can fight the negativities around us happening day to day mainly the Human is the core of it. So Volunteering is one simple way to create a huge impact on Awareness for Conservation and make little change in the system.

Sri Lanka is a beautiful country with a rich natural history. It is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including elephants, leopards, and monkeys. The country also has a number of important ecosystems, such as rainforests, mangroves, and coral reefs.

However, Sri Lanka's natural environment is under threat from a number of factors, including deforestation, pollution, and climate change. This volunteer program allows you to help protect Sri Lanka's natural environment and wildlife.

We are partnering up with "In Nature We Trust" to make this a successful one.

Program Overview

This volunteer program is open to people of all ages and backgrounds. There are no special skills or experience required. Volunteers will be working on a variety of projects, including:

  • Reforestation

  • Coral reef restoration

  • Wildlife conservation

  • Environmental education

Volunteers will also have the opportunity to Travel & also to learn about Sri Lankan culture and history.​


Program Cost

The cost of the program includes:

  • Accommodation

  • Meals

  • Program activities

  • Internal transfers


Program Dates:

The program runs from January to December.

To Apply

To apply for the program, please visit our website and fill out the application form on the contact page and send it to us.


We look forward to hearing from you!

And Finally,

If you are interested in helping to protect Sri Lanka's natural environment and wildlife, then this volunteer program is for you. You will have the opportunity to make a difference and learn about Sri Lankan culture and history.

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Why you should consider volunteering in Sri lanka

Wildlife conservation in Sri Lanka

The wildlife of Sri Lanka is under threat from a number of factors, including:

  • Deforestation

  • Poaching

  • Habitat loss

  • Climate change


The government of Sri Lanka has taken a number of steps to conserve wildlife, including:

  • Creating national parks and wildlife sanctuaries

  • Enacting laws to protect wildlife

  • Working with local communities to reduce human-wildlife conflict


How you can help

There are a number of things you can do to help conserve wildlife in Sri Lanka:

  • Visit national parks and wildlife sanctuaries responsibly

  • Support organizations that are working to conserve wildlife

  • Reduce your impact on the environment

  • Educate others about the importance of wildlife conservation


Benefits of Volunteering

There are many benefits to volunteering for nature in Sri Lanka. These include:

  • Helping to protect Sri Lanka's natural environment and wildlife

  • Learning about Sri Lankan culture and history

  • Meeting new people from all over the world

  • Gaining valuable experience in environmental conservation

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