Phulwari ki Nal Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Udaipur District of Rajasthan, bordering the state of Gujarat. It occupies an area of 511.41 kilometer square and was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary on 6 October 1983 by the Government of Rajasthan. The sanctuary was a hunting ground for the royal family of Udaipur kingdom. It is a beautiful sanctuary with lots of flowering plants and wild animals.
The flora of the sanctuary comprises of tall trees such as Buchanania Lanzan, Pongamia Pinnata, Madhuca Indica, Terminalia Arjuna, Ficus Bengalensis, etc.
Mammals: Four-horn Antelopes, Indian Star Tortoise, Mouse Deer, Asian Chameleons, Sambhar Deer, Large Tailed Nightjar, etc.
Birds: Several types of birds are found here.
Reptiles: Green whip Snake, Snake and many more.
The ideal time to explore Phulwari Sanctuary is from the months of September to February.
Nearest Train Station: The nearest railhead to the sanctuary is Falna. Another option is Udaipur Junction.
Nearest Airport: The Maharana Pratap Airport is the nearest airport to the sanctuary which is about 126 km away.
Road Accessibility : The sanctuary is well connected by national and state roads. Bus services are available all the time from other states and districts.