Tourist Spots in Jagdalpur

In Pilgrimages

Barsoor Temples, Jagdalpur


Barsoor temples has many ancient temples mostly in ruined condition. Mama Bhanja Temple, Battisa Temple, Chandraditya temple are some of the noteworthy temples in the temple complex.

In Tour Spots

Chitrakoot Falls, Jagdalpur


Situated in the Vindhya ranges, Chitrakoot Falls is the largest waterfall of India and also called as "The Niagara Falls of India". Formed by the Indravati River, the waterfall has the height of about 100 foot. The girth of the waterfall varies as per the season and turns wild during monsoon season. The waterfall is located in dense forest area so it is also famous picnic spot blessed with greenery of nature.

In Wildlife & Nature Trails

Kanger Valley National Park, Jagdalpur


Kanger Valley National park is spread over 200 square km of hilly area. Major Wildlife of the national park includes Tigers, Leopards, Mouse Deer, Wild Cat, Chital, Sambar, Barking Deer, Jackals, Langurs, Rhesus Macaque, Sloth Bear, Flying Squirrel, Wild Boar, Striped Hyena, Rabbits, Pythons, Cobra, Crocodiles, Monitor Lizards. The birds spotted in the forest are Hill Myna, Spotted Owlet, Red Jungle Fowls, Racket-tailed Drongos, Peacocks, Parrots, Steppe Eagles, Red Spur Fall, Phakta, Bhura Teeter, Tree Pie and Heron. Kutamsar Caves, Kailash Caves, Dandak Caves and Tiratgarh Waterfalls are other attractions of the sanctuary.

In Cultural & Art Gallerie

Zonal Anthropological Museum, Jagdalpur


Anthropological Museum was established in 1972 by the Anthropological Survey of India in its office premises. It is ideal centre to get information about tribal culture in the Bastar region.

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