Chhattisgarh, one of the few landlocked states in central India is increasing in popularity as tourists want to experience the raw side of nature. Not only it is atreasure house of natural beauty but also its rusticity that makes you fall in love with it. The points of tourist interest in Chhattisgarh also include ancient temples and towns which have constantly attracted historians and archaeologists.
1. Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary
The Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the Bar and Nawapura forest villages and one of the most famous tourist attractions. It was established in the year of 1976 and is spread over a vast area of 245 sq. Km. It caters a rich and lush vegetation caters and a broad spectrum of wildlife in this region. The landscape is mostly flat terrain with occasional low and high hillocks.
Raipur is the capital of Chhattisgarh. And it mainly known for its colourful festivals Hareli, Champaran Mela, Pola and Teeja etc. It maintains perfect ecological balance. It is also well known for its diverse cuisines.
This place is not very known by the people outside the state and is well connected to the capital city. Jagdalpur is a beautiful and naturally bountiful city in the Bastar district of Chhattisgarh and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state after Raipur and Bhilai.
4. Charre Marre Waterfalls
This is an offbeat place and is a refreshing one. The waterfall is 16m high and watching water falling from such a height is pleasing ro watch. The bountiful and pristine Jogidhara river is the reason behind the birth of this mesmerizing and bubbling waterfall. The water meanders through hills and verdant trees producing ear pleasing sounds.
There are numerous Buddhist monasteries which are one of the most significant in the entire country and the deep carvings on the walls have inspired many architects around the world. There are numerous temples one can visit, and is generally a hub for passionate historians.