Chitrakote Waterfalls - Things to Know Before Visiting
Tiratha, Chhattisgarh 494010, India
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About Chitrakote Waterfalls
A beautiful and natural waterfall which has been originated from the Indravathi river of Bastar district. This is the widest waterfall in India and that is why it is called the Niagra Falls of India.
Attractions Near Chitrakote Waterfalls
This is the royal residence and the headquarters of the Bastar kingdom. This palace is visited by thousands of tourists who visit to have a look of this significant architectural brilliance.
Also called as milky falls because of its beauty. This 300 feet fall is an enticing and magnificent one and is also a ‘must see’ destination in the tourist map of Chhattisgarh.
This is a limestone cave formed in the Kanger limestone belt. The main ecotourist place in the Jagdalpur region of Chhattisgarh. There is a vertical fissure in the wall of a hill that serves as the main entry for the cave, and from there for the convenience of tourists, a concrete path has been made extending to the end of the cave. This is a wonder made by nature.
Kangar Dhara is a waterfall which is located inside the Kanger valley national park. It is produced by the Kanger river by the presence of undulating rocks present here.
A temple dedicated to the goddess Danteswari which was built in the 14th century. This temple has an interesting history to say in about the name of this temple.
One of the densest National park in India which is a collection of biodiversity, flora, and fauna. There are so many things to explore inside the forest. Many caves, waterfalls, and this forest is home for the state bird of Chhattisgarh Bastar Hill Myna.
Where is Chitrakote Waterfalls
Discover More Attractions in Bastar, Where Chitrakote Waterfalls Is Located
The district is bounded by Narayanpur and Khondagaon district. it possesses a unique blend of tribal and Odia culture and the district is a part of the red corridor.