Jackal, Panther, Sloth Bear, Leopard, Chinkara, Wild Boar, Sambhar, Wolf and Hyena are only a few of the numerable wild animals who find a safe refuge in the depths of the Kela Devi Wildlife Sanctuary. One will also be able to catch sight of tigers, though it is quite a challenge to view them. As one would tread into the sanctuary, he would discover the cacophonies of the Kela Devi Temple giving way to a sense of peacefulness and rare tranquillity which is common in the dense woodlands. Starting from scrubs, herbs and ranging to tall trees, Kela Devi Sanctuary is home to a large variety of flora and fauna. As one proceeds further into the sanctuary, he would observe that the hills in the innermost portions of the sanctuary are more rugged and higher. Khair and Dhok trees are the main sources of vegetation of this region.
The ideal time to pay a visit to Kela Devi Wildlife Sanctuary is between October and February. The maximum temperature of the area during summer is 45° Celsius while the maximum winter temperature during winter hovers around 31° Celsius. The sanctuary receives nearly 700 mm of rainfall. The rugged landscape of the sanctuary presents a delightful sight to its visitors especially during the monsoons, when the nearby trees transform into a bright, emerald green. Picturesque waterfalls dot the Kela Devi Wildlife Sanctuary.