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We will also stop on the way to buy fruit for the elephant to eat on arrival as well. You will have the chance to prepare the meals, cut the fruits and hand-feed the elephants. Walking – The elephants need to walk a certain distance each day in order to keep up their health.You will assist the mahout in walking the elephants around the project site or through the village to the river, giving them the daily exercise they need.Not only do you get the chance to enjoy the three hour safari across Udawalawe, you will also get the chance to see between 20 and 50 baby elephants at a nearby elephant orphanage to Udawalawe.This is the only place in the whole of Sri Lanka to see baby elephants feeding and depending on timings it will be either a morning feed or evening feed that volunteers observe.For the elephant experience in general, we recommend you bring clothes and an old pair of trainers with you that you do not mind getting dirty or leaving behind!
This may be something you witness in your time with us on the elephant experience.There will also be the chance to learn about the temperament of the elephants and how to understand their behaviour.As the elephants are older, they require regular health checks.The project fees for the programme are used to fund the care of the elephants.
You will be working alongside a mahout (elephant carer) who has years of experience and draws upon generations of tribal knowledge about elephants.Given the history some of these elephants have had, we do not endorse or allow any commercial riding of the elephant to take place at the project.