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From our experience, we ascertain that there is nothing better than an expert wildlife tour guide to enrich your experience and enhance your understanding. Agra has some world heritage sites & wildlife activities for travellers like Agra Bear Sanctuary & Elephant care centre. Our sincerity and devotion to preserving the wildlife of Agra are setting precedents among local tour operators in Agra to promote wildlife tourism. Being a tour company operating wildlife tour packages in Agra, we have grown leaps and bound with a goal of satisfied wildlife lovers. We put more than 100% effort into ensure100% satisfaction to our guests. We always ensure value for money and the highest level of services to our esteemed guests. The trustworthiness of being Agra’s wildlife tour operator is one and the most important reward we have earned for ourselves. The Agra Wildlife was established with the sole motive of protecting and preserving Agra and its natural heritage, forests and wildlife. Our company Tour guide Agra provides services of a specialist guide who possess a well-developed knowledge of mammals, rather than a generalist with only minimum knowledge of wildlife. We book services of a private guide for the exclusive use of our guests.


The Agra Wildlife was founded with sole objective of protecting and preserving Agra's forests and wildlife. It is dedicated to the termination of the centuries-old practice of 'dancing' bears among road side tourist spots & persecution of Elephants in circus. The organization now runs several projects across the country focused on rescuing elephants in distress and rehabilitating wildlife-dependent nomadic communities by self-employing them. You can experience Agra Elephant Sanctuary center while starting early morning Delhi Agra Day Tour by car. Once you arrive Agra our regional local tour guide will join for guided sightseeing of Taj Mahal ; A monument of love and A wonder of the world. After Taj Mahal you will drive to Bear and Elephant Sanctuary where wildlife guide will meet you for guided sightseeing of Bear Sanctuary. In bear sanctuary, bears are given the required medical care , balanced diet and allowed to socialize and roam in large, free-range areas. Agra bear sanctuary Wildlife SOS is credited with the eradication of the ‘dancing bear’ practices in Agra to entertain tourists, rescuing bears from abusive owners and poachers and rehabilitating them in Agra Bear rescue sanctuary established in year 2000. From here you will be driven to Elephant Sanctuary where another wildlife guide will join you for guided tour of Elephant care center.


The Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre was established in collaboration with the Uttar Pradesh Forest Department to address the conservation issues of Asian elephants in Indian subcontinent. The primary objectives of the center is to eradicate illegal trafficking and holding of elephants in circus, creating a platform for public awareness about the threats faced by elephants to ensure the safety and protection of elephants in the wild life. It was established in 2008 as India's first elephant hospital at its Elephant Conservation and Care Centre to provide specialized medical treatment to sick and aged elephants. Was established in 2008 as India's first elephant hospital at its Elephant Conservation and Care Centre to provide specialized medical treatment to sick and aged elephant


It is located inside SoorSarovar bird sanctuary, 25 km outside Agra on road to Delhi. During the Mughal era, a nomadic tribe known as Kalandars started the practice of dancing sloth bears for the entertainment of the royal family members. For the last 350 years, the sloth bear had been the target of exploitation by this tribe. Ending of the Mughal regime with time created unemployment for the kalandars tribe and transitioned the dancing bear trade to cheap roadside entertainment for villagers and tourists who pay them to watch jumping of bears in pain, so this is how this dancing bear business used to run in which pain of animal becomes gain of humans. To make them dance on the behest of kalandars, a brutal practise was prevalent among the tribe in which a hot iron poker rod is pierced across the muzzle of baby bears and a rope is inserted without giving them anaesthesia. The inserted rope was tugged to induce dance performance on demand. With the cooperation of Government officials, the Agra forest department and wildlife SOS has been able to rehabilitate more than 600 dancing sloth bears. They are living a peaceful life in four large sanctuaries across India, one of them is Agra Wildlife SOS, enjoying a life where they will never again have to bear the trauma of cruelty and pain. Agra Wildlife SOS is dedicated to the termination of the centuries-old practice of dancing bears along with roadside tourist spots, the organization SOS now runs several projects across the country focused on rescuing wildlife in distress, mitigating man-animal conflict, raising awareness, training enforcement officers, conducting scientific research and conservation studies, combating illegal wildlife poaching and trafficking and rehabilitating wildlife-dependent nomadic communities by self employing them. Our company tour guide Agra provide services of Agra wildlife bear sanctuary tour in which you would be watching Indian sloth bears can easily be recognized by their shaggy black coat, long muzzle and a V-shaped patch on chest. Their favourite diet consists of honey, fruits, flowers, termites and ants. Bears are rescued from poachers, kalandars tribe and circus and brought to Agra wildlife SOS where they are quarantined for a minimum of 90 days for a complete check-up, during the period they are vaccinated against infectious diseases and treated for wounds and parasites. Wildlife SOS has a dedicated team of veterinary specialists for high-level caretaking of rescued bears. After the quarantine period, based on each bears personality, he or she is matched to a group and then moved to a large free area to live a normal life.


Ivory poaching, abusive tourism, man-elephant conflict due to deforestation, manual labour, street begging, entertainment in circus and street begging are leading to persistent enslavement of elephants. Lack of awareness among humans that the survival of elephants is critical for the survival of other species on this blue planet. Agra Wildlife SOS was established in 2010 in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh with the support of the Agra forest department to protect the exploited wild elephants in India by rescuing and rehabilitating them. Once the elephant is rescued, they are quarantined for some time under the supervision of a veterinary specialist for the treatment of wounds, infections and parasites. They are given proper mental counselling to overcome the trauma they had borne during captivity and confinement. After quarantine, the rescued elephants are finally able to spend their remaining life peacefully in SOS care and conservation centre, with a nutritious diet, and best veterinary care. Their diet consists of green grass, roots, fruits, and fodder. An elephant can consume 250 kg of food per day.


Elephants are pious animals for Hindus and are known for loyalty, wisdom and good luck. There are three recognized subspecies of Asian elephants; the Sri Lankan, the Indian and the Sumatran. Tourists can see the Indian elephants in the Agra wildlife conservation and care centre. Our tour agency Tour Guide Agra has been arranging a tour to Agra wildlife elephant sanctuary for our clients delighted with the best experience in wildlife or leisure tourism. We provide traveller service, ensuring a comfortable, relaxing and memorable vacation for wildlife lovers. The Elephant Conservation and care centre is surrounded by green farmland and bordered by the river Yamuna from where they get access for relaxing dips. Your wildlife tour guide brief you comprehensive information about elephants like their species, population, diet, mating period, the plight of captive elephants and practically acquaint you with daily activities of a day an elephant undergoes in a care centre. Here they are spotted playing with toys like a soccer ball, playing with mud and water to keep their skin cool. In the end, visitors can see the memorial of the elephants who lost their lives fighting the battle of brutality. Tours for Agra wildlife facilities make a major contribution to the welfare of rescued elephants. The programme fees go directly to the care centre for funding of future work. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Tour Itinerary


TIME  02:30

Pick up from hotel in Delhi and drive to Agra by car on newly built Yamuna Expressway.

  • Distance between Delhi to Agra is 196 km.
  • Time duration from Delhi to Agra by road is 3 Hrs.

TIME  05:30

Arriving Agra.

TAJ MAHAL  ( Sunrise )

The white marble ancient mausoleum erected by 5th Mughal King Shah Jahan as tribute in memory of his beloved wife MumtazMahal. The beauty of  TajMahal is enchanting travellers at sunrise. Some semi precious stones studded on central dome & four minarets of TajMahal spark with first ray of Sun which mesmorise every tourist.

  • Taj Mahal is closed on Friday.
  • In Summer Sunrise time is 5:30 AM
  • In Winter Sunrise time is 6:15 AM

TIME  08:00

Drive to Elephant conservation & care center.

TIME  09:00


Wildlife SOS specifically addresses  injured and sick Elephants that are forced to work in slums and crowded cities. Our aim is to reach out and help the elephant living in urban environments  that are painful, malnourished and dehydrated or those being used illegally and commercially under deprived conditions. Currently they offer medical services to these needy elephants and train their handlers , ‘The mahouts’ on humane treatment and management of these gentle animal.

  • Tour duration  - 02 Hours
  • Meeting the rescue team & guided tour of the facility
  • Feeding the Elephant
  • Elephant fodder distribution
  • Bathe the Elephant
  • Learn about Elephant rescues

TIME  11:30

Drive to Delhi enroute you can stop for lunch in AC Restaurant on direct payment.

TIME  15:30

Arriving back to your Delhi Hotel.


  1. Private AC Car for Sightseeing.
  2. English Speaking Tour Guide For Taj Mahal.
  3. English Speaking Wildlife Tour Guide For Elephant Conservation Centre
  4. Shoe cover at  Taj Mahal
  5. 02 Bottles Mineral water per traveller in car
  6. All Toll &Parkings.



  1. Any Tiping or Gratuity to Tour Guide or Driver.
  2. Monument Admission Tickets.
  3. Any kind of meal.


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What we need for booking this tour ?

  1. Name of Travellers
  2. Number of Travellers
  3. Nationality
  4. Delhi Hotel detail for Pick Up
  5. Date of  Tour



    • Monument Entrance you have to pay directly at booking window in INR .
    • Monument Entrances Per Adult  : TajMahal ( INR 1000 ), Agra Fort ( INR 500 ) & Mehtab Bagh ( INR 200 )
    • Children below age of 15 years are entitled free entry inside Monuments in Agra.
    • Our tour guide will assist you in buying Monuments Tickets of Taj Mahal.

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