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Wildlife SOS - Agra Bear Rescue Facility is a home to 200 rescued dancing bears and Elephant Conservation and Care centre houses 21 abused elephants . Forest Department Admission fees: 500/- Foreigner 50/- Indian.(Only 10 minutes tour by security...more
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Well worth the visit. They are doing a great job helping the majestic elephants. Worth the visit to support such a good cause. Keep it up!!!

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank HSutari
Reviewed 1 week ago

*What I wish I knew before going:* 1. It's a two-hour educational opportunity about the plight of elephants in India, and a guided tour of the facilities. Sign up in advance! 2. There is an option to extend your visit by volunteering, doing things like...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Our family just spent 6 days at the center assisting either at the elephant or the bear facility. It has been an amazing experience for us all. The team there was very welcoming; their passion and dedication is impressive. We learned a lot about the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank BeatricedeQ
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

More than 100 sloth bears rescued from tribals and nomads are stationed here , treated by vetenery doctors as they were brutally kept by their owners The place has an attraction of bears playing out in the open swinging climbing trees or just lying down...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank DevashishB20
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We got to see several bears, including a few that were at least partially blind, and a few that were recently rescued and still a little fragile. One of the methods bears have for reducing stress is to swing their heads from one side to...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank bob221b1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Those guys had done and are doing a wonderful work to save bears and elephants which were in very bad conditions. Now the animals are loved from people and they can have a good quality of life even than they don't be free. The keepers...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank LLulic1234
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We wanted to experience India first hand prior to starting a charity bike ride to raise funds for women cancers. A group of 25 of us hired a coach and headed out to Wildlife SOS for a personalised and unique session with both the sloth...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Nadjie_Butler
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We spent a few quiet hours touring this facility. Kudos to Wildlife SOS and the work they do to rehabilitate these bears.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank wanderingwilcotts
Reviewed December 14, 2018 via mobile

It is just incredible what this guys are doing to save and take care of this animals. We went in both, elephants and bears centers. They clearly explain to you, step by step, the origin of the association, why they are saving the animals and...More

Date of experience: December 2018
2  Thank Alessandra M
Reviewed December 10, 2018 via mobile

Best place to be in. These people are doing very good work of saving the 🐻 of India . Nice place to visit.

Date of experience: December 2018
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NICKYTRIP
December 11, 2018|
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Response from Mohit A | Reviewed this property |
I can only suggest u to check wildlife sos website. Obtain contact details and ask them
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November 9, 2018|
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Response from Debbie H | Reviewed this property |
Hi I hope you got your visit sorted. To confirm yes they have a volunteer house where you stay, eat etc and they transport you to the sanctuary each day. Always best to book via the website in advance to ensure they have... More
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October 8, 2018|
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Contact Wildlife SOS and talk to them
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York, United Kingdom
Delhi-Varanasi-Rajasthan. My Perfect Itinerary (4 Replies)
Further to my earlier post https:/… I’ve now got what I believe is a perfect 30-day backpacking itinerary for me. I chose not to visit the Taj Mahal but know most people would want to include it, so that’s easily done by cutting a night at, say, Varanasi or Jaipur. I want to say a huge thanks to everyone on TA who helped me with my plans, especially sardar2017 whose independent advice and tips as a fellow traveller has been invaluable. I’ll be staying in cities, towns, villages, the desert...More
October 10, 2017|
Response frominaya2016|
Hi Sue, Wooow you still have exactly one month from today, which means count down already started ;) What a beautiful and diversified trip, hope you will make memories for lifetime. Enjoy it to the max and share your experience once back. Regards Inaya
Richard B
Congleton, United Kingdom
Agra cantt station to widlife Sos, Agra driver (4 Replies)
Hi, I am arriving at Arga Cantt station at 9.50am and was hoping to go to visit Wildlife SOS in Agra. The time slot for the visit is 11am - 1pm, I would be happy to go straight from the station. Do you think I could make it there by 11am? Thanks
March 17, 2018|
Response fromt1nkud|
35km or so to the elephant center near Mathura. Likely time an hour and a bit - you will probably be a shade late.
boeingbob
Buxted, United Kingdom
Things to do in Agra (9 Replies)
Planning a trip to Delhi and Agra in late September. At the moment I have decided to spend 4 days in Agra with an itinerary to include one day at both the Red Fort and Taj and another day visiting the Wildlife SOS bear and elephant sanctuary. Can anyone suggest other things to do for the other two days?
June 19, 2017|
Response fromAdrian B|
Fatepur sikri and skip day 4