About 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.

Tourist Location in Kanger Valley National Park


Tirathgarh Waterfall

Chhattisgarh is famous for its waterfalls. One of these magnificent falls is the Tirathgarh Waterfall. The fall here splits into multiple falls, creating a stunning vista. The falls comes under the eco-tourism venture of the state tourism department as it enjoins the Kanger National Park. The fall here splits into multiple falls, creating a stunning vista. The waterfall has lush green forest surrounding it. Well maintained steps lead down to the ...

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Kailash Gufa

Kailash Gufa is located about 40 kms from Jagdalpur. The caves are 40 meters above ground and 250 meters in length. There are a lot of stalactites and stalagmites in the cave. The entrance to the cave is narrow and at the end of the cave there is a huge stalagmite formation that looks like a Shivlinga. Also known as Kailash cave, it is located in the Kanger National Park ...

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Kutumsar Caves

Kutumsar cave is a subterranean one and it is 35 meters below ground level and 1371 meters long making it the longest cave in India and the second biggest in the world. It was discovered in 1900 by the local tribes. There are a lot of tribal lores connecting the caves. The cave is inhabited by bats, frogs, snakes, crickets and many other insects and reptiles. The caves are about ...

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Baster Myna

Don’t be surprised if a human – like voice resonates from the branches as you enter the Kanger Valley national Park.

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Flora and Fauna

It is distinguished blend of mixed moist deciduous type of forests with the predominance of Sal, teak and bamboo. Also it is home to thriving tigers, barking deer, chital, leopards, Sambar, Chinkara, blackbuck and many other animals, reptiles and birds within the park.

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Kutumsar Caves

Kutumsar cave is a subterranean one and it is 35 meters below ground level and 1371 meters long making it the longest cave in India and the second biggest in the world. It was discovered in 1900 by the local tribes. There are a lot of tribal lores connecting the caves. The cave is inhabited by bats, frogs, snakes, crickets and many other insects and reptiles.

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