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Wildlife SOS

#4 of 107 things to do in Agra Features Animals
National Hwy 2 | Agra Bear Rescue Facility, Agra, India
+91 99270 99980
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Safe haven for elephants

My friend and I travelled over an hour to the sanctuary from Agra to visit the elephant care... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
A TripAdvisor Member
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Better than the Taj Mahal!

I coordinate the Study Abroad program for a mid-sized university. Our nursing and physical therapy... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Wildlife SOS - Agra Bear Rescue Facility is a home to 200 rescued dancing bears. Forest Department Admission fees: 500/- Foreigner 50/- Indian.(Only 10 minutes tour by security) DOES NOT GO FOR BEARS BUT GOVERNMENT. Guided Tour - 1500/- per person information & interaction with WSOS staff and guided 90 minutes tour. Wildlife SOS - Elephant Conservation & Care Centre is a home to 21 rescued circus & begging elephants. Guided Tour - 1500/- per person information & interaction with WSOS staff and guided 90 minutes tour.
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National Hwy 2 | Agra Bear Rescue Facility, Agra, India
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

My friend and I travelled over an hour to the sanctuary from Agra to visit the elephant care facility. We had pre-booked a time slot for 2-4, however the team at the elephant center seemed not to have known we were coming. Nonetheless, Shiwa (I...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

I coordinate the Study Abroad program for a mid-sized university. Our nursing and physical therapy students visit India annually to offer free medical care to residents of Puttur. As a part of their trip, we always include some sightseeing. This year, rather than riding an...More

2  Thank tnorris2
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place was amazing. We saw the Taj Mahal in the morning and made the short trip out to the sanctuary after and it was 100% worth it. As I recall the drive was about 40 minutes from Agra. When we got there we were...More

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3  Thank fay_eagles
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were so impressed by the care the elephants receive at this amazing organization. Our guide was very knowledgeable and obviously really cared about the elephants they rescued. We heard their back stories (which were mostly sad), and then how they all have gotten a...More

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2  Thank frederica_eder
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had the honor of visiting Wildlife SOS elephant sanctuary in Agra on May 19th 2017. Besides wanting to see the Taj Mahal, our trip to Agra was to get to know the elephant sanctuary. Our trip from the hotel to the facilities was so...More

2  Thank Danielavmre
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Elephant and beer sanctuary of agra is a well planned wild life prevention park..good for nature lover and specially for kids and student to know them about nature and wild life..

1  Thank Im O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

To see first hand was is being done to assist with the rehabilitation and safety of bears and elephants in India is a real privilege. Also to see how the people who had depended on using these animals to earn money are trained in other...More

2  Thank Lynda S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I had the great pleasure visiting the Wildlife SOS Elephant in India with a group of students (27) and we were so happy to see some happier and healthier elephant down the park that were saved from years of abuse or just major illness. GO...More

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2  Thank Chanaz G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you're looking for an experience of a lasting memory, are a wildlife enthusiast and have teenage kids, Wildlife SOS's centers are an essential visit. This is the kind of tourism that should be promoted in India where only mainstream recreational activities are opted by...More

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2  Thank ishani_sachdeva
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The reason of being of the Sanctuary is adorable but the experience could be improved adding more interactive activities with the elephants.

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2  Thank jaco919
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SanTekk
Possible to pay with a card ?
6 April 2017|
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Response from October112012 | Reviewed this property |
The fee at the Bear Sanctuary Gate is administered by The Indian Government National Forest Department. That money does NOT go to Wildlife SOS. Wildlife SOS offers guided tours and interactive visits with the elephants and... More
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FaborFad
Hi, How do you book on a half day session at the centre. Thanks Ajanta
8 March 2017|
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Response from KRISHNA T | Reviewed this property |
contact through their facebook page or website
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harsimran singh a
is it open on all days? and what is the entry fee?
27 February 2017|
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Response from Russell K | Reviewed this property |
I believe it is open everyday. You can arrange for a full days volunteering for INR3500 per person. That is from 0930-1400. That doesn't include transport to/from Agra which is INR3000 for the vehicle (4 seater). We arranged... More
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