IndiaA secret gem, sequestered in the regional dense forests of Chhattisgarh, is a must-visit to experience the visceral beauty of nature. A major part of this locale is characterized by undulating terrain, dense forest cover, rivers, hills, waterfalls and caves making it a paradise for visitors. The climate here makes it a good place for the cultivation of rice and cashew. Inhabited by mostly tribal populations, this area is also a rich source of wood and many other forest products. The average elevation is 1811 ft with rolling terrain and dense vegetation. Chitrakote waterfall is the biggest attraction of this region. Best to experience the splendour of these falls, during the rainy season of the July-October months with a thunderous increase in the volume of water. Dense forests surround the picturesque waterfalls. which further enhances its natural beauty. This tourist spot has been lit up with full illumination and the magnificence of the falling water can be seen and heard, even at... night accompanied by a reverberating roar. At least 3 and a maximum of 7 streams fall from this waterfall on different occasions. It is a popular tourist hotspot with an overflowing majestic cascade of water from the cliffs and is thronged by visitors throughout the year.
How To Book
Book online on Chhattisgarh Tourism Board website https://www.chhattisgarhtourism.in/book_online.html
Open all year round.
You can hire a car or visit the various spots in your vehicle. All arrivals by flight and rail need to take a cab transfer. Also, regular bus services, whether express or sleeper based, ply to and fro the city of Jagdalpur. By Air : Raipur Airport is at a distance of 300 km and Jagdalpur airport is at a distance of 40 km. By Rail : The nearest railway station is Jagdalpur railway station is at a distance of 40km and Raipur railway station is at a distance of 283 km.
Eco-friendly properties in the area
Offering a breathtaking view of the spectacular Chitrakoot Waterfalls, the Dandami Resort is the perfect place to experience the thrill of the gushing water, also known as the Niagra Falls of India.