Unique experiences in Agra
Moonlight Visits to Taj Mahal
A visit to the Taj Mahal by moonlight is the stuff of dreams and a romantic escapade for those in love. Resplendent in the soft glow of the moonlight, the Taj Mahal stands proud glowing against a darkening sky with the twinkling stars sparkling like diamonds.
Moonlight visits to the Taj Mahal are possible only on select full moon days of the year and a couple of days prior to and post the full moon day. The month of Ramzan and on Fridays, the Taj Mahal by Moonlight experience is closed.
Visitors are allowed only until a special viewing platform in groups of 50 for half an hour only. Hence, advance bookings for the experience are strongly advised.
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The Wildlife SOS in Agra is a bear rescue facility located inside the Sur Sarovar Bird Sanctuary in Agra on the main Delhi – Agra highway. Now, open for visitors, the facility is the first of its kind in India to have an Education Conservation Highway, through which visitors can learn more about the conservation of sloth bears and elephants. Guests can opt for volunteering as well for a special experience.