The Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary is a paradise for wildlife, nature and photography lovers. This reserve falls in the district of Rajasamand area in the state of Rajasthan and is 65 km away from the main city of Udaipur.
This wildlife sanctuary spreads across 578 sq ft area and circles the Kumbhalgarh Fort. It covers a large area that includes the districts of Rajasamand and Pali, the city of Udaipur.
The sanctuary was established to protect the endangered animals like sloth bear, jungle cat, jackal, wolf, hyena, chuasingha, chinkara, chital, wild boar, blue bull, and leopard etc. This is the only sanctuary in the state of Rajasthan where it is easy to trace the activities of the wolf.
This sanctuary has a total of forty wolves and in the summer days you can easily spot a pack of them strolling around the small lakes nearby. It is here you will find a wide variety of birds in the area including the peacock, doves, grey jungle fowl, bulbuls, parakeets, white breasted kingfisher, red spur owls, grey pigeons and golden oriole. The birds can also be easily spotted near the water sources.
There is wide variety of flora and fauna in the sanctuary. You will be able to locate many medicinal herbs in the area. The jeep safaris are always available for a day trip inside the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary.
Distance from Udaipur : 65kms