Focus: Conservation and Marine biology.
Volunteer Internships are offered for research students and interested individuals seeking work experience. The selected volunteer interns will have the opportunity of working independently and in a team, with on-site scientists, researchers or service staff in education, scientific research and community development. The interdisciplinary fields of study detailed provide insight into the life ways of traditional agricultural forest-based communities living in and around designated protected areas namely, wildlife sanctuaries, nature reserves, national parks and World Heritage Sites.
Costs & Benefits
2 - 3 months you can select duration of the project can be extended up to 1 year. Sea Turtles, Bats , Monkeys, Dolphin etc. On arrival in Sri Lanka, you will be escorted to the Host Family or Hostel in Colombo.
One week USD 250, for One Month USD 850 Host Family or project accommodation with basic local meals and tea three times a day, airport pick up, 03 day orientation, You will be accommodate in Host Family or in Hostel of the premises or elsewhere close to the project, within walking distance or use a foot cycle (will be provided), Three times meals will available in Host Family as well as in the Hostel, tea and snack.
Volunteers aged 18 - 50 years old, be strong and healthie we do not need any previous experience or skills but will be an add advantage for your study, research or volunteer program.
No:297/2, Temple Road,
Location:Kelaniya, Sri Lanka
Average cost per day:$35
Focus: Conservation and Marine biology
Skills needed: Volunteers must be at least 18 years old