Bastar Tourism, Chhattisgarh

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About Bastar - Chhattisgarh Tourism

Bastar, situated at a height of 2500-3000 ft in the southern part of Chhattisgarh, is gaining popularity as a tourist destination for its scenic beauty. This major tribal region is known among travelers for its greenery and flora and fauna. The district of Bastar is full of panoramic views with its green hills, deep valleys, gushing streams, high waterfalls, and picturesque natural caves.

The main tourist attractions here are the stunning waterfalls, with the Chitrakot waterfall being the one of the largest waterfall in India. Other important waterfalls in Bastar are Tirathgarh, Mandawa, and Chitradhara waterfall. There are also multiple scenic picnic spots in Bastar including Bhainsa Darha and Dalpat Sagar. Travelers interested in wildlife will find plenty here including the Indravati national park, Bairamgarh wildlife sanctuary, and Kanger valley national park. Bastar is also home to the religious tourist attraction - Danteshwari temple, which is an ancient Shakti peeth.

The forest of this region is full of bamboo, sal, teak, wood, sheesam and bija. The borders of Bastar region is covered with Kanker district in the north, Maharashtra in the west, Dantewada district in the south and Orissa in the east. The District head quarter of Bastar - Jagdalpur is situated approximately at a distance of 303 km from Raipur, the capital of Chhatisgarh state and 313 Km north-west of Vishakhapatnam city.


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