Chhattisgarh is located in centre of India, It born in 2000 after partitioned by Madhya Pradesh. So state of Chhattisgarh may be a new state but has a rich heritage of its history in it. With historical tracesChhattisgarh Tourism is also packed with beautiful nature, waterfalls, mountains, and forest which attracts many tourists to Chhattisgarh.
Chhattisgarh Package Tour
The Chhattisgarh Tourism Board (CTB) was established in 2002 to promote the tourism industry in the fledgling state of Chhattisgarh. Its core responsibility is to develop a favourable framework for private, public and community participation in sustainable tourism development. CTB is the only Tourism Board in India. The State Government is in the process of taking several key initiatives to make the tourism sector a viable investment for both institution and entrepreneurs. These include granting the sector "industry status" (which would help it secure project funding, tax benefits, concessional power tariffs etc) and exempting it from entertainment and luxury tax for a period of 10 years. On its part, CTB seeks to carve a unique positioning for the State, so as to put it on the radar screen of discerning travellers. who have seen it all. done it all, eschew run of the mill and venture into the unknown in search of authenticity. The baseline. Full of Surprises, summarizes it all. Little known facts -dense forests, superb infrastructure. abundant wildlife. ancient tribal heritage and more-about this low-profile state are highlighted through all possible fora-trade and road shows, print and electronic advertising, a new revamped websites. web campaign. e-letters to tour operators and travel agents, tourism Information centres across the country. The focus is on the rich eco-ethno experience that Chhattisgarh offers. These efforts have already started yielding results. Construction of highway motels and international quality Public Convenience Centers is in full swing at 21 locations across the State. Private entrepreneurs have also shown keen interest in investing in Chhattisgarh. Some of the world's largest Hotel Chains are in dialogue with CTB for setting up their properties in the state.
Chhattisgarh: A True Eco and Ethno Ecstasy.
It's covered with nature's canopy of sal, teak and bamboo trees, and carpeted with lush vegetation. It's got a bio-diversity hot spot, 3 National Park and 10 Wildlife Sanctuaries. Its people revere the land — for them, each day is a celebration of life, in which you are welcome to participate. Welcome to Chhattisgarh, the land that's full of Surprises. One of India's youngest states, Chhattisgarh has the country's densest jungles, rivalling those of the Amazon - 44% of the state is under forest cover. Spectacular waterfalls - the horseshoe- shaped Chitrakoot; Tiratgarh, which splits into multiple falls as it descends; and many more dotted all over the countryside -sustain the greenery, as well as an amazing variety of Nature's creatures, including the Bastar Hill Mynah bird, which is said to be able to mimic the human voice. Put on your explorer hat as you step into the massive limestone caves of Kutumsar, Dandak and Kailash, buried deep in the ground at the Kanger Valley National Park in Bastar. Wrap your mind around the aeons it took to build the humongous stalactites and stalagmites found here. Indigenous people live here in harmony with the land, one with nature, as they have done since ancient times. The tribes of Gond Maria, Muria, Dorla and Baiga, India's oldest... each has its distinct culture, manifested through cuisine, music, dance, dress and crafts. Decades of isolation from urban "civilization" have ensured that all have retained their essential simplicity. Dassera is celebrated in Bastar as in all of India; it does not mark the triumphant return of Lord Rama (the hero of the epic Ramayana) to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. Bastar Dassera is celebrated as a congregation of Devi Maoli (Bastars native deity, revered as the "elder sister" of Devi Danteshwari, the family goddess of the ruling Kakaliya family), and all her sisters. Hundreds of priests bring flower — bedecked local deities to the Danteshwari temple in Jagdalpur.
A land where nature and her descendents still live in harmony ...that's Chhattisgarh for you, an Eco-Ethno Fantasy!
HOW TO REACH CHHATTISGARH
BY AIR : There is only one airport in Chhattisgarh that is in Raipur, which is the Capital of Chhattisgarh. There are regular flights connectivity with major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Nagpur.
BY RAIL : Railway connectivity provides the best way to travel to Chhattisgarh from any part of India. Raipur and Bilaspur are main stops or junctions of Chhattisgarh. Superfast Rajdhani Express connects it to Delhi, Cochin-Bilaspur connects it to southernmost point of India, just like this many regular train service make it most convenient way to reach Chhattisgarh.
BY ROAD : This centre stage state is well connected with its neighbor states with road network, and one can reach here by interstate bus Service or private taxi. Capital city Raipur is connected with main cities like, Nagpur, Bhopal, Jhansi, Jabalpur and many more.
BEST TIME TO VISIT CHHATTISGARH
One can visit Chhattisgarh all around the year to get near to nature and discover the history, but everything has a proper time to be done; same like that Chhattisgarh has a best time to visit that is winter season. October to march is best time for tourism in Chhattisgarh. Chhattisgarh comes under tropical region with hot summers and its temperature rise up to 45°C. So visiting Chhattisgarh in summer will be a flop idea. After that monsoon season should also be avoided, as heavy rains will ruin your trip, but if one has to relive with its waterfalls then monsoon is an ideal time. Climate of Chhattisgarh Summer - Mid April to June end is summer time, and Chhattisgarh experience a very hot summer with maximum 45°C. Monsoon - Mid June to October is rainy season in state with heavy showers. Winter- October to march is winter season with cold winds dipping down the mercury below 10°C. So choose a right time to visit this Central state of India to have most of it.