Jagdalpur"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Chitrakot Falls - The Chitrakot Falls is the broadest waterfall in India and is considered to be the Niagara Falls of India, owing to its horse-shoe shape. It is situated at a distance of 38 km from Jagdalpur and is accessible only by road. The source of this waterfall is the Indravati River and it has a height of around 96 ft. The attractive feature of the falls is the play of rainbow hues on it. Around the falls, the area is largely forested and there is also a helipad nearby.

     

    Tirathgarh Waterfalls - The Tirathgarh Waterfalls is situated at a distance of 35 km from Jagdalpur, in the south-west direction. The waterfall has an approximate height of 300 ft and is situated in the Kanger Valley National Park. Tourists can reach this waterfall by availing the State Highway between Jagdalpur and Sukma. This place is an ideal picnic spot.

     

    Dalpat Sagar Lake - Dalpat Sagar Lake is situated at Jagdalpur in Bastar district in Chhattisgarh. Dalpat Sagar has emerged as a famous tourist centre and receives loads of visitors all round the year. Spread over 350 hectares, Dalpat Sagar Lake is the biggest artificial lake in the state. Initially the lake was used for rain water harvesting, but off late it has become famous for its fishes and tourism related activities. Tourists can go to the island on the lake and enjoy the pristine beauty of the natural surroundings. There is a temple, light tower and a musical fountain in the island. Group fishing by the locals is indeed a sight to see here in the morning. The view of sunset from here is quite mesmerising. Tourists who come here can indulge in boating, fishing, bird watching and picnicking. Paddle and motor boats are also available here.

     

    Kailash and Kutumsar Caves - The Kailash and Kutumsar Caves are located at a distance of about 40 km from Jagdalpur. They are situated in the dense forests of Kanger Valley National Park, near the Tiratgarh Waterfalls. The Kutumsar Caves are basically underground caves that are situated 35 m below ground level and include extraordinary formations of stalagmites and stalactites. The caves are considered to be the second longest natural caves in the world and consist of five chambers and several blind wells. The caves are two kilometres deep and pitch-dark and are accessible only up to a certain point, owing to lack of oxygen in the deep parts. The Kailash Cave is located on a small hill and was discovered in 1993. The cave has a length of nearly 100 m. It has a narrow entrance and contains stalagmite and stalactite formations. A stalagmite formation in the shape of a Shivlinga is situated at the end of the cave. The fascinating feature is that when struck by hand, the hollow walls of the cave make amazing musical sounds.

     

    Anthropological Museum - The Anthropological Museum is situated in the office of the Anthropological Survey of India at Dharampura. The museum provides a window-view of the lifestyles of several ‘adivasi’ tribes in Bastar.

     

    Kanger Valley National Park - The Kanger Valley National Park is situated near River Kolab, at a distance of about 27 km from Jagdalpur. This national park was established in 1982 and is bounded by various villages in the north such as Netanar, Nangalsar and Milkulwada. In the south, it is bounded by Kandanar and Kakalgur and in the west; it is bounded by Chindawada, Bispur, Tirathgarh, Pakhnar and Munaga. The 34 km long Kanger Valley derived its name from the Kanger River and is a declared Asian Biosphere Reserve. The national park has rich biodiversity and includes fauna like chital, chinkara, barking deer, bear, langoor, jackal, hyena, krait, panther, sambar, tiger, wild boar, black buck, wolf, fox, peacock, kala teetar, drongo and the rare mouse deer. It also ahs scavenger birds, birds of prey, pheasants, water birds, butterflies, moths and reptiles like snakes and lizards. The flora of this park consists of various lower forms of plants like algae, pteridophytes, fungi and bryophytes.

     

    Indravati National Park - Established in 1975, the Indravati National Park occupies an area of 2273 sq km, on the south-east of River Indravati. The national park consists of tropical mixed deciduous forests and a series of hill ranges. This park is a major attraction for nature lovers, adventure seekers, photographers and holiday makers. It is mainly the home of hill mynah and wild buffaloes. The park also houses species like tiger, panther, nilgai, sambar, barking deer, chinkara, jungle cat, black buck, hyena, python, steppe eagle, bhura teetar, etc.

     

    Danteshwari Temple - The Danteshwari Temple is situated at a distance of about 84 km from the city of Jagdalpur. It is located in Dantewada, to the south-west of Jagdalpur, near Bastar Palace and Gole Bazaar and at the confluence of the holy Dhankini and Shankini rivers. This popular and sacred 600-year-old temple is dedicated to Ma Danteshwari, a local goddess and an incarnation of Shakti. The temple was built in the South Indian style of temple architecture by the Chalukya kings, in the 14th century. The idol of the Goddess is chiselled out of black stone. It is believed that this temple possesses many divine powers. It is situated in a spacious courtyard and is surrounded by massive walls. There are four parts of the temple, namely, Maha Mandap, Sabha Mandap, Garbh Griha and Mukhya Mandap. The temple is also inclusive of a Garud Pillar at the entrance and a shikhara that is adorned with sculptural finery.

     

    Bhairamgarh Sanctuary - The Bhairamgarh Sanctuary is situated at a distance of about 139 km from Jagdalpur. The sanctuary is popular for housing wild buffaloes, tiger, sambar deer, barking deer, gaur, bison, panther, chital, nilgai, wild bear and jackals.

     

    Sri Venkateshwara Swami Temple - Sri Venkateshwara Swami Temple has been established by the members of the Andhra Association. The temple is dedicated to Lord Balaji or Sri Venkateswara Swami, the all-pervading Lord of the Universe.

     

    Lakes of Jagdalpur - The Dalpat Sagar and the Ganga Munda are the two main lakes that are situated within the boundary of the town of Jagdalpur. These lakes are a major attraction for tourists coming to the Bastar region.

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  • Hotels of Jagdalpur

    Atithi Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Near New Bus Stand

    Atithi Hotel, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is c

    2,000.00 Avg/night

    Devansh Residency Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Kasturba Marg

    Devansh Residency is situated in Jagdalpur. The property is at a distance of 3.7 km from Visakhapatnam Airport while Jagdalpur Railway Station is 3.3 km and Jagdalpur New Bus Stand is 2 km away. The hotel is very close t

    1,750.00 Avg/night

    Akanksha Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Near Narendra Theatre

    Akanksha Hotel is conveniently situated near old Narendra Theatre with some interesting tourist destinations in the close vicinity. To name a few, they are Dalpat Sagar Lake View (300m), Balaji Temple (1km), Anthropology

    1,080.00 Avg/night

    Suri International Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Geedam Road

    Suri International Hotel, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This p

    1,480.00 Avg/night

    Rainbow Hotel, Jagdalpur

    opp Sanjay Market

    Rainbow Hotel, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is

    2,200.00 Avg/night

    Shraddha Suman Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Power House Chowk

    The Shraddha Suman hotel is located at Power House Chowk and offers hassle free linking to local sites like Kanger Valley National Park (48km), Kanger Valley Forest (48km), Tirathgarh waterfall (35km), Kailash Cave (37km

    1,500.00 Avg/night

    Reekha Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Near Jagdalpur Railway Station

    Reekha Hotel, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is c

    2,000.00 Avg/night

    Naman BastarA Resort, Jagdalpur

    Chitrakoli Road

    Naman BastarA Resort is located at Chitrakote road, Village Palli. One can visit the renowned destinations like Danteshwari Temple (Approx. 7km) and Bastar Palace (Approx. 7km) from the resort. The Danteshwari temple is

    2,000.00 Avg/night

    Laxman Avenue, Jagdalpur

    Murthy Line

    Offering 24-hour front desk service, Laxman Avenue is one of the budget hotels in Jagdalpur. Furthermore, this hotel in Jagdalpur is accessible from the Jagdalpur Airport, which is at a distance of 2 km. Dalpat Sagar is

    1,100.00 Avg/night

    Akash Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Near Collectorate Office

    Hotel Akash provides guests with 24-hour front desk assistance and room service. This hotel in Jagdalpur can be reached via the Jagdalpur New Bus Stand (1 km) or Jagdalpur Airport (2 km). This accommodation in Jagdalpur

    1,350.00 Avg/night

    Hotel Ashok, Jagdalpur

    Near Jagdalpur Railway Station

    Offering 24-hour front desk facility, Hotel Ashoka is situated at a distance of 1 km from the bus stand. Kutumsar Cave (29 km), Kanger Dhara (28 km) and Kanger Ghati National Park (19 km) are the famous attractions from

    1,150.00 Avg/night

    Bastar Jungle Resort, Jagdalpur

    Village Kurandi

    Bastar Jungle Resort in Chhattisgarh is a budget accommodation which offers rooms with free breakfast. This property is situated at a distance of 10 km from Semra Railway Station and 13 km from Saheed Park.Jagdalpur Bus

    7,210.00 Avg/night

    Royal Bastar Farm, Jagdalpur

    Jagdalpur

    Offering 24-hour front desk service, Royal Bastar Farm is one of the budget hotels in Jagdalpur. Furthermore, this hotel in Jagdalpur is accessible from the Jagdalpur Airport, which is at a distance of 7 km. Dalpat Sagar

    7,650.00 Avg/night

    Pankaj Palace Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Jagdalpur

    Pankaj Palace Hotel, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This proper

    1,400.00 Avg/night

    Anand Lodge, Jagdalpur

    Gurudwara Road

    Anand Lodge, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is cr

    1,300.00 Avg/night

    Bastariya Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Opp: Sabari Emporium

    Bastariya Hotel, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property i

    1,500.00 Avg/night

    Udipi Sri krishna Lodge, Jagdalpur

    Naya Para

    Udipi Sri krishna Lodge, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This pr

    1,410.00 Avg/night

    Poonam Lodge, Jagdalpur

    Circuit House Road

    Situated at a distance of 0.5 km from the railway station and bus stop, Poonam Lodge in Jagdalpur offers 24 hours front desk help.Jagdalpur Airport is situated about 3 km from the hotel property. Major tourist attraction

    1,550.00 Avg/night

    Gaurav Hotel, Jagdalpur

    Gurudwara Road

    Gaurav Hotel, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is c

    1,500.00 Avg/night

    Anand Niwas, Jagdalpur

    Motitalab Para

    Anand Niwas, Jagdalpur offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is cr

    1,500.00 Avg/night

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    Chitrakot Falls - The Chitrakot Falls is the broadest waterfall in India and is considered to be the Niagara Falls of India, owing to its horse-shoe shape. It is situated at a distance of 38 km from Jagdalpur and is accessible only by road. The source of this waterfall is the Indravati River and it has a height of around 96 ft. The attractive feature of the falls is the play of rainbow hues on it. Around the falls, the area is largely forested and there is also a helipad nearby.

     

    Tirathgarh Waterfalls - The Tirathgarh Waterfalls is situated at a distance of 35 km from Jagdalpur, in the south-west direction. The waterfall has an approximate height of 300 ft and is situated in the Kanger Valley National Park. Tourists can reach this waterfall by availing the State Highway between Jagdalpur and Sukma. This place is an ideal picnic spot.

     

    Dalpat Sagar Lake - Dalpat Sagar Lake is situated at Jagdalpur in Bastar district in Chhattisgarh. Dalpat Sagar has emerged as a famous tourist centre and receives loads of visitors all round the year. Spread over 350 hectares, Dalpat Sagar Lake is the biggest artificial lake in the state. Initially the lake was used for rain water harvesting, but off late it has become famous for its fishes and tourism related activities. Tourists can go to the island on the lake and enjoy the pristine beauty of the natural surroundings. There is a temple, light tower and a musical fountain in the island. Group fishing by the locals is indeed a sight to see here in the morning. The view of sunset from here is quite mesmerising. Tourists who come here can indulge in boating, fishing, bird watching and picnicking. Paddle and motor boats are also available here.

     

    Kailash and Kutumsar Caves - The Kailash and Kutumsar Caves are located at a distance of about 40 km from Jagdalpur. They are situated in the dense forests of Kanger Valley National Park, near the Tiratgarh Waterfalls. The Kutumsar Caves are basically underground caves that are situated 35 m below ground level and include extraordinary formations of stalagmites and stalactites. The caves are considered to be the second longest natural caves in the world and consist of five chambers and several blind wells. The caves are two kilometres deep and pitch-dark and are accessible only up to a certain point, owing to lack of oxygen in the deep parts. The Kailash Cave is located on a small hill and was discovered in 1993. The cave has a length of nearly 100 m. It has a narrow entrance and contains stalagmite and stalactite formations. A stalagmite formation in the shape of a Shivlinga is situated at the end of the cave. The fascinating feature is that when struck by hand, the hollow walls of the cave make amazing musical sounds.

     

    Anthropological Museum - The Anthropological Museum is situated in the office of the Anthropological Survey of India at Dharampura. The museum provides a window-view of the lifestyles of several ‘adivasi’ tribes in Bastar.

     

    Kanger Valley National Park - The Kanger Valley National Park is situated near River Kolab, at a distance of about 27 km from Jagdalpur. This national park was established in 1982 and is bounded by various villages in the north such as Netanar, Nangalsar and Milkulwada. In the south, it is bounded by Kandanar and Kakalgur and in the west; it is bounded by Chindawada, Bispur, Tirathgarh, Pakhnar and Munaga. The 34 km long Kanger Valley derived its name from the Kanger River and is a declared Asian Biosphere Reserve. The national park has rich biodiversity and includes fauna like chital, chinkara, barking deer, bear, langoor, jackal, hyena, krait, panther, sambar, tiger, wild boar, black buck, wolf, fox, peacock, kala teetar, drongo and the rare mouse deer. It also ahs scavenger birds, birds of prey, pheasants, water birds, butterflies, moths and reptiles like snakes and lizards. The flora of this park consists of various lower forms of plants like algae, pteridophytes, fungi and bryophytes.

     

    Indravati National Park - Established in 1975, the Indravati National Park occupies an area of 2273 sq km, on the south-east of River Indravati. The national park consists of tropical mixed deciduous forests and a series of hill ranges. This park is a major attraction for nature lovers, adventure seekers, photographers and holiday makers. It is mainly the home of hill mynah and wild buffaloes. The park also houses species like tiger, panther, nilgai, sambar, barking deer, chinkara, jungle cat, black buck, hyena, python, steppe eagle, bhura teetar, etc.

     

    Danteshwari Temple - The Danteshwari Temple is situated at a distance of about 84 km from the city of Jagdalpur. It is located in Dantewada, to the south-west of Jagdalpur, near Bastar Palace and Gole Bazaar and at the confluence of the holy Dhankini and Shankini rivers. This popular and sacred 600-year-old temple is dedicated to Ma Danteshwari, a local goddess and an incarnation of Shakti. The temple was built in the South Indian style of temple architecture by the Chalukya kings, in the 14th century. The idol of the Goddess is chiselled out of black stone. It is believed that this temple possesses many divine powers. It is situated in a spacious courtyard and is surrounded by massive walls. There are four parts of the temple, namely, Maha Mandap, Sabha Mandap, Garbh Griha and Mukhya Mandap. The temple is also inclusive of a Garud Pillar at the entrance and a shikhara that is adorned with sculptural finery.

     

    Bhairamgarh Sanctuary - The Bhairamgarh Sanctuary is situated at a distance of about 139 km from Jagdalpur. The sanctuary is popular for housing wild buffaloes, tiger, sambar deer, barking deer, gaur, bison, panther, chital, nilgai, wild bear and jackals.

     

    Sri Venkateshwara Swami Temple - Sri Venkateshwara Swami Temple has been established by the members of the Andhra Association. The temple is dedicated to Lord Balaji or Sri Venkateswara Swami, the all-pervading Lord of the Universe.

     

    Lakes of Jagdalpur - The Dalpat Sagar and the Ganga Munda are the two main lakes that are situated within the boundary of the town of Jagdalpur. These lakes are a major attraction for tourists coming to the Bastar region.

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