Our volunteer programme offers a rare opportunity to work alongside our scientists, conservationists, educators, community partners and local villagers deep within the heart of beautiful Sri Lanka
Travel 4 Change©: Real wildlife, Real challenges, Real volunteering, Real impact
We have been hosting volunteers since 2002. 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'll be immersed in the local culture and ecology in the Wasgamuwa region in the Central Province of Sri Lanka, home to wild Asian elephants, sloth bears, leopards and many other endangered wildlife in one of the most biodiverse areas in Sri Lanka.
Select one of our volunteer options or view our video below about volunteering with us to find out more
Stay with us near Wasgamuwa National Park and help us learn about the local elephant population
Support our MaRINE Project to help protect Sri Lanka's marine wildlife and rich coastline
From mid-2021, we are launching a new volunteer programme where you can support both our marine and terrestrial wildlife research
Interested? Get In Touch With Us Today
Sri Lanka Wildlife Conservation Society is in need of all kinds of help. You could help us with our field research, conservation efforts, community development and fund raising campaigns. If you have the expertise, you could help create new databases, conduct statistical analysis, write reports, articles, grant proposals, design and maintain a website, program web applications or software.
You can also propose your own projects which you can develop and conduct with our assistance and guidance.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to express an interest and to find out more.