Plantation Villa | Sri Lanka

Community - Conservation & Nature Projects

We work tirelessly to protect mother nature and wild life to preserve this beautiful planet for our children


Plantation Villa sits within a 30 acre property surrounded by rubber, mahogany, cinnamon, coconut and black pepper trees. The area is rich with plant and animal life and home to a number of indigenous and endangered species. We are proud to be able to conserve such a beautiful piece of Sri Lankan wilderness, and work hard to preserve the area for this and future generations to come.

We are already aware of the significant decline in wide open and green spaces owing to industry and deforestation. With the help of the leading botanist in Sri Lanka, advisor to the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kandy, we have started a number of nature conservation projects. We have started buying plants of a number of Sri Lankan flora that is on the brink of extinction and classified as ‘Endangered’ or ‘Critically Endangered’ from the Forest Preservation Department and grow them in our land. We have a minimum of 44 endangered plants growing in our grounds today. See our Adopt a Tree page for more details on how to join in. (click to find out more)

We also work with a number of local charities on larger nature and wildlife conservation activities. These include funding relief projects for wildlife conservation, assisting the Udawalawe Elephant Transit home, and lobbying the government on programs to stop deforestation and improve wildlife conservation.