Sustainable Clean Sri Lanka
Save the Wildlife

Sri Lanka is home to an incredible array of wildlife, including elephants, leopards, sloth bears, and many other species that are found nowhere else on Earth. However, like many places around the world, Sri Lanka’s wildlife is facing numerous threats, including habitat loss, poaching, and human-wildlife conflict. When visiting Sri Lanka, it’s important to respect the wildlife and their habitats. This includes avoiding disturbing wildlife, not littering, and not feeding wild animals, which can lead to human-wildlife conflict. It is also a good practice to avoid excursions and tours where wild animals are exploited like Elephant rides. To help protect Sri Lanka’s wildlife, we need to increase education and awareness about the importance of wildlife conservation. We reach out to local communities and schools to educate them about the importance of wildlife conservation. Additionally, we provide information on the threats facing wildlife in Sri Lanka and how they can get involved in conservation efforts. Our social media platforms are used to promote and bring awareness to the importance of wildlife conservation. By partnering and collaborating with local NGOs, wildlife sanctuaries, and other organizations we strive to increase education and awareness. Sustainable Lanka is also in the process of developing and implementing educational programs for both adults and children that promote responsible tourism, wildlife conservation, and environmental protection. We also aim to create wildlife-friendly tours, eco-tours, and nature-based activities.