Jagdalpur city of Bastar district is the tourism capital of Chhattisgarh state and known for list of nearby tourist attractions, adventure tourism, Kailash Caves, waterfalls and Kanger Ghati National Park. The city of Jagdalpur is listed as one of the must visit places to in Chhattisgarh. Here is the list of top 15 famous tourist attractions near Jagdalpur.
Chitrakote Falls is the widest waterfall in India and often called the Niagara Falls of India. The 29 metres tall Chitrakote Falls is created by Indravati river, located 38 kilometres from Jagdalpur in
Kanger Valley National Park.
Teerathgarh Falls is second most popular waterfalls, located at Kanger Ghati of Jagdalpur in Bastar district. The block type waterfall on the Kanger river is one of the must visit place near Jagdalpur.
Kotumsar Cave is a limestone cave near the bank of river Kanger in Kotumsar village. The limestone cave situated in Kanger Valley National Park and one of the most biologically explored caves in India.
Kailash and Kutumsar caves near Jagdalpur are two most popular tourist destinations, located in the Kanger Valley National Park. These caves are located around 40 km from Jagdalpur and features stalactite and stalagmite formations.
Bhainsa Darha is water pool inside the Kanger valley and surrounded by hills. The water pool at deep gorges are best place for Crocodiles and Tortoise.
Kanger Dhara is a water stream flowing through inside the Kanger Valley National Park. This small cascading falls is a good picnic spot near Jagdalpur and famous for magnificent view of surrounded valley.
Dalpat Sagar Lake is one of the biggest artificial lakes in Chhattisgarh state,full of lotus and water lily. The lake offers Fishing, Boating and the island has old Lord Shiva temple.
Bastar Palace is the must visit place in Jagdalpur and among the best tourist attraction in Chattisgarh. The palace rank top among all the other tourist places in this area of Jagdalpur.
Danteshwari Temple of Jagdalpur is located inside the Bastar palace and a must visit temple during the famous Bastar Dussehra festival in the city.
Devi Mavli temple in Jagdalpur is the elder sister of goddess danteswari, situated in front of Danteswari temple. There are more famous temples in Jagdalpur such as Jagannath temple,Laxmi Narayan temple and Barsoor Temples.
Hinglajin Temple in Jagdalpur is dedicated to the goddess Shakti, Hinglajin is younger sister of goddess Danteswari. There are many temples of goddess Hinglajin such as at Hatkachora, Girhola temple and in nayamunda.
Venkateshwara Swamy Temple in Jagdalpur also known as Lord Balaji Temple is one of the most important pilgrimage destination in Jagdalpur.
Barsoor is situated about 75 km from Jagdalpur on the banks of the Indrawati river and known for 147 temples. Temples in Barsoor are biggest attractions of Jagdalpur and host sandstone images of Ganesh,notable images of Lord Vishnu and carved stone of Lord Shiva.
Kanger Ghati National Park of Jagdalpur is well known for, wild animals,magnificent waterfalls, biodiversity and picturesque landscapes. The park is an ideal destination for wildlife safari in Chhattisgarh and also ranked one of the most beautiful and picturesque national parks of India.
Zonal Anthropological Museum of Jagdalpur is located 4 km from the city and best place in Chhattisgarh to known about culture and lifestyles of Bastar tribes. The Museum has collections of various musical instruments, dresses, paintings and weapons.
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