At a distance of 3 km from Kumbhalgarh Fort, 48 km from Rajsamand, 51 km from Nathdwara, and 98 km from Udaipur, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the lush green environs of Aravalli ranges in Kelwara tehsil of Rajsamand district, Rajasthan. It is a major attraction for the tourists coming to Udaipur and also one of the top places to visit in Kumbhalgarh.
Spread across an area of 578 sq. km, the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary surrounds the Kumbhalgarh Fort and is named after the impressive historic fort that overlooks the park. Once the hunting grounds of royals, this area was declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1971. The sanctuary lies at an altitude of 500 to 1,300 m, covering parts of Rajsamand, Udaipur, and Pali districts. A number of Garasia and Bhils tribals can be seen here, living in their traditional huts.
The sanctuary houses many wildlife species like chausinga or four-horned antelope, panther, wild boar, wolf, sloth bear, jackal, sambar, chinkara, leopards, .....