Bastar is a very beautiful place where many people live  And their culture is also very famous because it is very old.

bastar is surrounded by deep beautifull forest

and it also have many beautifull waterfalls ,Rivers and mountains located around bastar

Many people asked is bastar is safe or bastar is safe for tourist ?

so here is Ans –  YES Certainly! Traveling to Bastar is entirely safe, and the optimal time to experience its breathtaking beauty is during the monsoon season when the region is at its zenith of natural splendor.



The Keshkal valley is renowned for its lush forests, rolling hills, and enchanting winding pathways, often referred to as the Tallinn Valley. Travelers can relish a thrilling journey along a 4-kilometer stretch through the heart of this valley, where a highway adorned with 12 winding curves adds a delightful sense of excitement to their adventure.

Kailash Cave

Celebrated for their exceptional stalactite and stalagmite formations, the Kutumsar Caves lie concealed within the lush sal forest deep within the Kanger Valley National Park. Located approximately an hour's drive from Jagdalpur, these ancient caves hold spiritual significance, drawing devotees who visit to pay homage to Lord Shiva.

chitrakote waterfall

Chitrakote Waterfall is the biggest waterfall in Chhattisgarh and a famous spot for picnics because it's close to Jagdalpur. It's like the main waterfall of the Bastar region. Due to the similar shape of horse feet , this fall is also considered as Niagara fall of India.


Chitradhara Waterfall is a lovely natural spring located in a peaceful village in Bastar district. Springs can be of two types – some flow all year round, while others change with the seasons. Chitradhara is one that flows continuously throughout the year.

Teerathgarh Waterfall

At Teerathgarh Waterfall, the waterfall splits into many smaller falls, creating a beautiful sight. It's part of the state tourism's eco-tourism project because it's near Kanger National Park. The waterfall is surrounded by a lush green forest, adding to its charm.

Tamda Ghumar

Tamda Ghumar Waterfalls, a seasonal natural wonder, can be found approximately 45 kilometers to the west of Jagdalpur in Chhattisgarh's Bastar district. It shares its proximity with Chitrakote and Mendri Ghumar Waterfalls.

Mendri Gumar waterfall

Mendri Gumar is a captivating seasonal waterfall located along the route to the expansive Chitrakot Falls. Popularly known as the 'mist of the valley,' it graces a scenic valley near Mahendari Ghumar. Cascading quietly from a height of 125-150 feet, it adds a touch of serenity to the lush green surroundings. Observing the dense forest area from the top offers a sense of tranquility.

Kanger Ghati National Park

Kanger Ghati National Park draws its name from the meandering Kangar River that traverses its length. This expansive park covers an area of 200 square kilometers and was designated as a national park in 1982. It embraces lofty mountains, deep valleys, towering trees, and a diverse array of wildlife, making it a welcoming sanctuary for nature enthusiasts.

Narayanpal Temple

this temple in bastar built as a tribute to the Gods and Goddesses revered by individuals and communities. India's rich spiritual tapestry embraces a multitude of deities, and its people wholeheartedly worship them. Occasionally, foreigners might find it overwhelming to witness the wide array of divine entities worshipped in the country.

Mendri Gumar waterfall

Jharalawa Waterfall lies along the main road leading from Bacheli to Dantewada, nestled amidst the natural beauty of Bastar. However, in the Dantewada district, there is a particularly enchanting waterfall known as Jharalawa Waterfall. Here, the waterfall forms a circular pool amidst the mountains, and its graceful flow paints the landscape with vibrant hues day by day.The soothing sound of Jharalawa emanates from the base of the hill. Coupled with this expansive body of water, the stream, glistening in white, descends from a considerable height with a resounding roar, creating a truly distinctive and mesmerizing experience for visitors.


Dholkal Ganesh is an ancient stone statue of Lord Ganesha, dating back a thousand years. It rests gracefully atop a hill within the Bailadila Range near Dantewada, in the remote Bastar Region of Chattisgarh. As it sits atop a hill, reaching it requires a trek, thus earning the name "Dholkal Ganesha Trek" for this renowned route.

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