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Wildlife SOS

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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
National Hwy 2 | Agra Bear Rescue Facility, Agra, India
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I've just spent two weeks volunteering at Wildlife SOS's elephant and bear sanctuaries and can't recommend it enough. WSOS work tirelessly to rescue & rehabilitate elephants and bears used and abused for tourism and religion in India. The keepers seem to genuinely care for the...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

When travelling to Agra , please don’t just visit the Taj Mahal but take a trip to Wildlife SOS . We visited both the elephant conservation centre and the bear rescue sanctuary.What an amazing experience to be able to see these beautiful creatures & know...More

Thank valerieVeronica
Traveler826448, Manager at Wildlife SOS, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Dear Valerie, Thank you for your kind words of appreciation. It is the kindness and generosity of people like you that keeps this good work ongoing. We look forward to your coming back and volunteering with us each year. Warm regards The Wildlife SOS team

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Had a beautiful afternoon with the elephants and team at wildlife s.o.s These elephants have been rescued from the tourism trade which use barbaric training methods to get the nicely behaved for rides and jobs etc. They so far have 20 and they are all...More

Thank XoxTashaxoX
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My friend and I have just spent a week volunteering here, focusing mainly on the elephants. I would recommend anyone and everyone to spend time here, but be prepared to be emotionally and physically challenged at all levels. It never ceases to shock me that...More

Thank Debbie H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I've been to the wildlife SOS for almost 9 times in 2018, I go there to volunteer every month. The work they are doing as an organisation is so great! All the people who work there, the keepers, educational officers, each one of them are...More

1  Thank maitrayees12
Traveler826448, Guest Relations Manager at Wildlife SOS, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Maitrayees, Thank you ever so much for your kind words about Wildlife SOS. We are delighted to hear about your positive experience while volunteering with Wildlife SOS. Please spread the word so we can make the world a better place for these animals :-)...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My husband and I have just returned from volunteering with a friend for 10 days at Wildlife SOS, India, and would recommend it to anyone for an experience of a lifetime! The guys here work tirelessly to keep the rescued Bears and Elephants (and any...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Visited Wildlife SOS and saw the fantastic and tireless work that the volunteers and staff undertake at the Sloth bear and Asiatic Elephants sanctuaries. Would definitely recommend anyone to pay a visit here to highlight the plight and persecution that these poor animals suffer to...More

Thank jonp1969
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My husband and I visited for three days in October of this year as volunteers. The Volunteer house is better than all of the hotels we stayed at while in India. Food included and helpful, English speaking staff on site. The Elephant Conservation Center houses...More

1  Thank FrequentFlier789966
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

After years of following wildlife sos on Facebook my daughter and I had the privilege of visiting from Australia. The staff here do an amazing job and the elephants are so individual and unique in their personalities. Thank you for having us!

Thank Linda V
Reviewed October 8, 2018 via mobile

I have been following Wildlife Sos for many years!It was a great pleasure being in Mathura in Elephant Conversation and Care Center!The way people care for elephants,looking after them,healing their bodies and souls is beyond expectations!You can see how much the elephants trust them despite...More

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November 9, 2018|
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Response from paulasT3775MX | Reviewed this property |
Ring them direct to organise the visit - they were very accommodating when we visited in September. 😊
October 8, 2018|
Response from FrequentFlier789966 | Reviewed this property |
Contact Wildlife SOS and talk to them
August 12, 2018|
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Response from vishnukul09 | Reviewed this property |
You have not mention the purpose of coming Agra,what you want to visit?I am from Agra,a retired Principal of a college,can help you.