The sanctuary incorporates inside its territory the absolute most seasoned pieces of mountain scopes of India - The Aravalis. It was pronounced as a natural life sanctuary in 1960. The most elevated purpose of the Aravalis for example the Guru Shikhar falls in this sanctuary. The sanctuary is long and narrow however the top spreads out into a pleasant level which is around 19 km. long and 5-8 km. in expansiveness. Its height shifts from 300mt. at the foot to 1722 mt. at Guru Shikhar, the highest peak of the Aravali Ranges. The stones are molten yet have grown huge pits in numerous spots because of the weathering. This element is regular of the Aravali, especially of Mt. Abu. Toad Rock in Mount Abu is one such example.
The sanctuary has extraordinary potential for Eco-the travel industry. There are enormous number of spots for touring.
Mount Abu has various vegetation beginning with xenomorphic subtropical thistle forest at the foot of the slopes to subtropical evergreen forest relying upon the quantum of precipitation. These forests comprise of 112 plant families with 449 genera and 820 species. Of these, 663 species are dicots while 157 species are monocots. Mount Abu is the main spot in Rajasthan where one can watch an assortment of orchids. The spot is additionally wealthy in bryophytes and green growth. Three types of wild roses and 16 types of greeneries, some of which are very uncommon have likewise been located from here. The south-west piece of the sanctuary is wealthy in bamboo forests.