KCRE is among the few research sites that welcome people to engage in direct conservation. Not only does one get to experience nature in its most pristine form but also an opportunity to delve deeper by learning about life in the rainforests. With researchers willing to share and educate, every moment spent here takes one beyond a mere rainforest experience.
People are welcome to visit throughout the year. Prior reservation is necessary in order to arrange logistics (not a simple affair given we are nestled a bit deep in the forest).
Each one of us at the Kalinga Centre for Rainforest Ecology have gone through this soul-cycle and believe that if people are introduced and empowered in a right way to act for our environment they will become the change that we are in need of today. Interacting and working with the best talents from respective fields ensures sharing of knowledge which forms the core aspect of every educational workshop and camp at KCRE.
If you are a wildlife student, a researcher or just someone who has more than average interest in environment conservation come volunteer with us.
From studying the most iconic snake species of the world – the King Cobra to the smallest of insects, KCRE has been the field station and homes for many researchers in the country and for researchers abroad. A team of experts lead various projects at KCRE and at our offsite remote locations in India and South East Asia.