Chhattisgarh Package Tour5 Nights- 6 DaysPackage Code: HTPC000764
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Chhattisgarh Package Tour
Covering a major part of Central India, Chhattisgarh is a beautiful state which offers a lot to all the tourists. With a unique culture, beautiful wildlife and captivating sightseeing spots. This 6 days package which makes you experience the culture and wildlife of the state.The tour takes you through different destinations like Jagdalpur, Kanger Valley National Park, Chitrakoot Falls, Dantewada, Gangrel and Raipur. Package is well designed and suited for Families with Kids, Honeymoon Couples and Holiday Makers.
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Apr-01 To Sep-30
Dec-20 To Jan-05
5 N/6 D Deluxe Package
Hotel Meera (Raipur)/ Star I Hotel (Jagdalpur)/ Hotel Madhuban (Dantewada)/ Bardiha Lake View Cottage (Gangrel)
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All transport in AC Car
5 Nights accomodation in ac room
Toll Taxes, Parking
Good Hotels with Breakfast
All Inclusive Prices
Pick-up from Raipur Railway Station /Airport and transfer to Hotel. After some rest you will proceed for local siteseeing of raipur i.e. Sita Nadi Sanctuary, Shadani Darbar, Doodhadhari Monastery, Mahakoshal Art Gallary etc. Overnight stay at Raipur.
Sita Nadi Sanctuary: Sita Nadi Sanctuary is another Sightseeing Attractions in Raipur. It is situated in Chhattisgarh in the district of the Dhamtari. It was established in 1974 after the Wildlife Protection Act passed in 1972. Its average altitude is 327 m to 736 m. the total area of this sanctuary is 556 sq Km. the Sita Nadi river flows across this sanctuary which is why the Dhamtari sanctuary derives its name. The Sita Nadi meets the Mahanadi River in Deokhut. If you are visiting Chhattisgarh Wildlife sanctuaries then you are highly recommended not to miss the Sita Nadi Sanctuary visit. Ideal season to visit Sita Nadi sanctuary are from November to June. It is abundantly rich in vegetation. The woods are full of the treasures of trees like Tendu, Mahua, Harra and some moist peninsular such as Sal, Teak and Bamboo.
Doodhadhari Monastery: Doodhadhari Monastery and Temple is another fascinating place to see in Raipur. The monastery and temple is located in the southern region of the Raipur city which was built by the King Jaitsingh in the middle of the 17th century.
Shadani Darbar: Shadani Darbar has been named after the saint Shri Shadaramji Saheb. Spread over an area of 12 acres, it has a hall where Dhuni Saheb is kept. On either side of the wall, beautiful engraved images of gods and avatars (incarnations) are present. Every day, Dukh Bhanjan Dhuni is performed. Musical fountains with religious idols and statues are also found within the darbar.
After breakfast you will proceed for Jagdalpur via chitrakot fall. After lunch you will proceed for local siteseeing of jagdalpur i.e. Kailash Caves, Dalpat Sagar Lake and Tirathgarh Waterfalls. Overnight stay at Jagdalpur
Kailash Caves : Kailash Caves are located in the Kanger Valley National Park area near Mikulwada. The caves are located around 40 km from Jagdalpur. Discovered recently in 1993, the caves are around 250 meters long and are situated at an altitude of 40 meters above the ground level. It features stalactite and stalagmite formations that offer stunning sight. Access to the cave is through a narrow opening and at the end of the cave is a huge stalagmite formation in the shape of Shivlinga. The hollow walls of the cave, when struck by hand, make incredible musical sounds.
Dalpat Sagar Lake: Dalpat Sagar Lake is located within Jagdalpur. It is one of the biggest artificial lake in Chhattisgarh. It was built by Raja Dalpat Deo Kakatiya over 400 years ago to harvest rain water.
Tirathgarh Waterfalls: It is located around 38 km from Jagdalpur in the renowned eco tourism site of Kanger Valley National Park. The scenic Tirathgarh Falls is one of the most magnificent waterfalls in Chhattisgarh. Water cascading from the beautiful hills surrounding the falls provides splendid views. Splashing streams of water comes down at an incredible speed from a height of more than 100 feet on the river Mugabahar which originates in a lake not very far away from this point. The area surrounding the fall features lush green forests that enhance the beauty of the falls. The water flowing through the various streams and crossing numerous paths along the way in a zigzag manner and finally ending up in the falls is a treat to watch.
After breakfast you will proceed for the next a famous attraction of the place, Kanger Valley National Park. The Kanger National Park is known for its unique wildlife and beautiful surroundings. It is considered the finest of all virgin forest areas on earth. The park also has large deposits of limestone which are present in the form of caves. On your visit to this national park, do pay a visit to the limestone caves which are famous for the beautiful formations of stalactite and stalagmite. To add more fun to your tour, you can enjoy picnic lunch near the Tiratgarh Fall which is a famous tourist attraction.
Overnight stay at Jagdalpur
After breakfast you will proceed for Dantewada via Barsur and later visit for Goddess Danteshwari Temple, Bodhghat Sath Dhar and Bailadila Mountains. Overnight stay at Dantewada
Danteshwari Temple: Danteshwari Temple is temple dedicated to Goddess Danteshwari, and is one of the 52 Shakti Peethas, shrines of Shakti, the divine feminine, spread across India. The temple built in the 14th century by the Chalukyas of the South, is situated in Dantewada, a town situated 80 km from Jagdalpur Tehsil, Chhattisgarh. Dantewada is named after the Goddess Danteshwari, the presiding deity of the earlier Kakatiya rulers. Traditionally she is the Kuldevi (family goddess) of Bastar state,
Bodhghat Sath Dhar: Bodhghat Sath Dhar is a waterfall which is formed by the combination of the seven segregated parts of the Indravati River. Surrounded by forests and mountains, this waterfall is around 6 km from Barsur. Due to its peaceful surroundings, the site has emerged as a beautiful picnic spot.
Baila Dila Mountains: Baila Dila Mountains are one of the exotic hill stations in Chhattisgarh. The enormous beauty of the valley comes alive in its waterfalls, gardens and forests. The beautiful landscapes include huge blocks of rocks in creepy shapes, an array of coniferous trees, flowering bushes, lovely lakes and the cool climate much in contrast to the arid environs of the state. This trip can be for a week visit or if you are in a group you can stay in the forest guest house over the night and enjoy time and nature. Trekking, hiking, and rappelling are some of the outdoor activities that you can enjoy here at the Baila Dila Hill Station
After breakfast you will proceed for Gangrel via Kondagaon and later visit Gangrel Dam and Bilai Mata Mandir. Overnight stay at Gangrel
Gangrel Dam, also known as the R.S. Sagar Dam, is located in Chhattisgarh, India. It is built across the Mahanadi River. It is located in Dhamtari district,about 15 km from dhamtari and about 90 km from Raipur. It is the longest dam in Chhattisgarh. This dam supplies year round irrigation, allowing farmers to harvest two crops per year. The dam also supplies 10 MW of hydro-electric power capacity.
Bilai Mata Mandir: Dedicated to Goddess Durga, the Bilai Mata Temple is a beautiful temple known for its exquisite architectural carvings.
After breakfast you will drop to raipur railway st. / airport for onwards journey.
Best Time to Visit Chhattisgarh
The best time for a visit to the state of Chhattisgarh is during the winter season between the months of October to February/March when the day temperatures are in the range of a pleasant 10-30 degree C range. In March the popular Bhogaria Haat festival is celebrated a few days before Holi, so you may want to be there to witness the marriage mart where youngsters pick their future partners. In the summer months the days are swelteringly hot with May being the hottest and temperatures routinely breaking the 40 degree Celsius barrier, making it difficult to be out in the day sightseeing. The rains come in June and it beats down till late August, again making it difficult to navigate around the state.
Things to do in Chhattisgarh
Shopping in Chhattisgarh : With so much to shop for in Chhattisgarh, shopping in Chhattisgarh is all about buying its myriad handicrafts and textiles. Local craftsmen produce a mind-boggling variety of handcrafted items using natural materials like wood, bamboo, bone, horn, stone, feathers as well as bell metal, gold, silver and paper. Hand woven fabric, Pithora paintings, Dokra metal animals and figurines, carved woodwork, coloured beads and chunky jewellery are some special things available for visitors to buy.
Activities in Chhattisgarh: Outdoor activities in Chhattisgarh are restricted to going for treks, jungle walks and safaris in the surrounding area of Kanha National Park near the palace of Kawardha which is set in the midst of hills and woods. The various national parks are a delight for wildlife enthusiasts wherein they can indulge in wildlife watching or go trekking. Bird watching is another activity you may enjoy here in Chhattisgarh or you may visitDongargarh in Rajnandgaon district for boat riding.
Festivals and Events in Chhattisgarh
Celebrated just before Holi in the month of March, Bhagoria Haat is a tribal festival of the Jhabua and Nimar districts. Interestingly the main highlight of the festival is the eloping of young boys and girls after selecting their partners to be caught eventually and recognised as a couple by their tribes.
Dussehra festivities in Bastar are very special - and are a perfect coming together of traditional religious beliefs with tribal rituals. The festival begins with the selection of a 7-year-old girl from the weaver community to be the goddess. She is supposed to ensure that the ten-day long celebrations go off without a hitch. On the ninth day or Navratri, nine young girls are worshipped, and presented with new clothes and special food. The ninth day is also especially important because the tribal chiefs celebrate Navakhani, a ceremony without which not one grain of the new harvest can be eaten.