About Bastar


Bastar is a tribal region in Chhattisgarh, blessed with an exceptional scenic beauty that beckons the lovers of nature to explore the forests, waterfalls, wildlife, ancient temples, tribal dances and music. Located at a distance of 264 km from Raipur, Bastar is one of the most significant eco-friendly destinations of the country. It has plenty to offer to its visitors with its valuable tribal art and culture that lie in and around the lush green city of Jagdalpur. One can choose from National Parks, waterfalls, natural caves, palaces, museums and places of religious significance.

What to See in Bastar


Rich Tribal Culture

The major Bastar region is the Gond, Abhuj Maria, and Bhatra. Bhatra are divided into Sub casts like San Bhatra, Pit Bhatra and Amnit Bhatra. You must witness the rich tribal culture of this land.

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Chitrakote Waterfall

Chitrakote waterfall is an incredible manifestation of natural beauty which is surrounded by the majestic grandeur of Vindhya ranges. In the Indravati river of Chhattisgarh, the waterfall of Chitrakote is found.

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Bastar Dussehra

75 days Bastar Dussehra Festival is very famous festival celebrated in Bastar District of Chhattisgarh. It has been started by the Royal families of Bastar and is now became tradition of tribal life of Bastar.

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Dandak, Kutumsar & Kailash Caves

The hilly terrains and dense forests of the Kanger Valley national Park have many mystical caves.

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Kanger Valley national Park

Get enchanted by rugged mountain views, deep gorges, dancing trees and seasonal wild flowers, as together they make the perfect environment for varied species of Wildlife. Chhattisgarh gives you the rare opportunity to observe wildlife in its natural habitat at the Kanger Valley National Park.

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Bastar Palace

The capital of the kingdom of Bastar was shifted from Barsur to Jagdalpur by the rulers of Bastar and the palace was built in Jagdalpur. This is a monument preserved by the state government.

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