Abu Dabbab Beach is one of the most beautiful & famous white sand beaches in beautiful Marsa Alam. Abu Dabbab Beach is well know as a Turtles Beach, because every year many Sea Turtles are coming to lay their eggs in the white send of this beach. They are living in amazing Abu Dabbab Bay, where you can see also Dugong and rich marina life around the corals while snorkeling. On Abu Dabbab...
Wildlife SOS Agra Bear Rescue Facility is home to nearly 200 sloth bears that were rescued from the brutal practice of bear dancing. The kalandar gypsies that depended on exploiting these bears were established in alternative livelihoods by Wildlife SOS to ensure the safety of the bears and a legal way of life for the community. This center is run entirely from Donations raised by Wildlife SOS....
Celebrity Wax Museum housed with handcrafted 26 wax figures of world renowned personalities from political, history, social, sports and hollywood/bollywood. Visitors can have selfie/photo with their favourite celebrity and have fun. A new place in Agra to visit and enjoy after watching historical monuments and cultural heritage.
An important medieval complex with beautiful mosques and palaces.
Hardy’s World contains brand, an oxymoron, a father and son duo and an ever-growing legacy of unabashed hospitality and glee. It was founded in 2004 as a waterpark and amusement rides, with a theme based on the jungle. Coming from a background in hospitality Mr Rakesh Chhabra and Mr Tarun Chhabra together has expanded Hardy’s World by a vision to create leisure facility and pleasant day out...
This Gurudwara is a historical Gurudwara, at the location where Guru Gobind Singh spent a night here on his way to Alamgir with Muslim brothers Ghani Khan and Nabi Khan in about 1705.
An ancient place of pilgrimage is a site of early Buddhist monasteries, temples and pillars.
A know your army establishment open for all, free of cost. The landscape provides an insight into the nation's pride, the indian army, its stories of valor and its achievements. A museum with antique weapons, a park with war trophies, a rock climbing facility for adventure seekers, a small restaurant for foodies and a souvenir shop for those who wish to carry a remembrance from "yodhasthal".
The pre-historic cave paintings depict life in the Neolithic age.
Better known for its size than antiquity, this temple houses perhaps the largest Ganesh idol in the world measuring 25 feet from crown to foot.