Local Atractions

Chitrakot Waterfall Chhattisgarh. Chitrakot Waterfall is supposed to be the Niagara Falls of India. It is the broadest water fall in India. During Mansoon one can see its might. The River Indravati falls from a height of 29 m (96 ft) to form this waterfall. It is located 48 km (30 mi) from Jagdalpur and is accessible by road only. There is a helipad but it is used by Government only. A few small hotels and restaurants are located near the falls.

Chitrakot Waterfall Chhattisgarh. Chitrakot Waterfall is supposed to be the Niagara Falls of India. It is the broadest water fall in India. During Mansoon one can see its might. The River Indravati falls from a height of 29 m (96 ft) to form this waterfall. It is located 48 km (30 mi) from Jagdalpur and is accessible by road only. There is a helipad but it is used by Government only. A few small hotels and restaurants are located near the falls.

Bastar, being a plateau region, serves as the home of some of the most incredibly beautiful valleys namely Bastarnaar Valley, Darbha valley, Keshkaal valley e.t.c. Among these, one of the most beautiful valleys is Kanger Valley National Park. This park is one of the most awaited projects of state of Chhattisgarh, as the Govt. has given a proposal to Central Govt. to make this site as a “Bio-Diversity Heritage site”. It is not just because here we have some of the rarest species of flora and fauna, but because, here we have some of the most exotic natural caves. Although forest department and local people have found more than a half dozen of caves, but for general tourist, only three caves are opened for the sake of security of people.

Bastar, being a plateau region, serves as the home of some of the most incredibly beautiful valleys namely Bastarnaar Valley, Darbha valley, Keshkaal valley e.t.c. Among these, one of the most beautiful valleys is Kanger Valley National Park. This park is one of the most awaited projects of state of Chhattisgarh, as the Govt. has given a proposal to Central Govt. to make this site as a “Bio-Diversity Heritage site”. It is not just because here we have some of the rarest species of flora and fauna, but because, here we have some of the most exotic natural caves. Although forest department and local people have found more than a half dozen of caves, but for general tourist, only three caves are opened for the sake of security of people.

Tirathgarh waterfall is a white beauty. The scene of fast falling waters from great heights gives you goose bumps. The waterfall stands about 300 ft tall and it is a part of Kanger valley national park. Undoubtedly, this place is the best in the business when it comes to tourism in Jagadalpur. Over the years this place has also turned out as the best picnic spot for the local residents and tourists. It is merely 35 kms away from the heart of the city.

Tirathgarh waterfall is a white beauty. The scene of fast falling waters from great heights gives you goose bumps. The waterfall stands about 300 ft tall and it is a part of Kanger valley national park. Undoubtedly, this place is the best in the business when it comes to tourism in Jagadalpur. Over the years this place has also turned out as the best picnic spot for the local residents and tourists. It is merely 35 kms away from the heart of the city.

This national park is just 27 kms away from the city. Kanger valley national park is not only known for its wildlife diversity but also for the most enthralling natural sceneries. It hosts the world’s second longest caves and also some of the beautiful waterfalls. This national park is situated just near the Kolab River . This park was established in the year 1982 and it shares its boundaries with many villages surrounding it. This park is regarded as the Asian biosphere reserve and it houses a wide range of wildlife species.

This national park is just 27 kms away from the city. Kanger valley national park is not only known for its wildlife diversity but also for the most enthralling natural sceneries. It hosts the world’s second longest caves and also some of the beautiful waterfalls. This national park is situated just near the Kolab River . This park was established in the year 1982 and it shares its boundaries with many villages surrounding it. This park is regarded as the Asian biosphere reserve and it houses a wide range of wildlife species.

This place is considered as the most sacred place of Jagadalpur. Every year thousands of pilgrims visit this temple to offer their prayers and to seek blessings. This is located 84 kms away from Jagadalpur city, in Dantewada. This holy place is 600 years old and it is built to worship the local Goddess, Ma Danteshwari. The idol is beautifully chiseled with black stone. People believe that this temple has divine powers.

This place is considered as the most sacred place of Jagadalpur. Every year thousands of pilgrims visit this temple to offer their prayers and to seek blessings. This is located 84 kms away from Jagadalpur city, in Dantewada. This holy place is 600 years old and it is built to worship the local Goddess, Ma Danteshwari. The idol is beautifully chiseled with black stone. People believe that this temple has divine powers.