Located 260 km from the capital Raipur, Bastar is the tribal region of Chhattisgarh.The adventurous travelers in search of change of scenery and authenticity will find there what they are looking for. Ancestral temples, dense forests, natural caves and exuberant tribal festivities will leave you with some unforgettable memories.

You may be suprised to know that in India, 8% of the population is of indigenous origin, which represents around 100 million people and makes India the country with the most tribal people in the world. These tribes are called ‘adivasi’, literally ‘original inhabitants’. Some of them, like the Sentinelese tribe (in the Andaman and, Read More

Dussehra is a festival celebrated mainly in North India; It takes place after the nine days of the Navaratri festival and marks the victory of the God Rama over the king-demon Ravana or the triumph of the Goddess Durga over Mahisasura. However, the Dussehra Festival of the Bastar region in the state of Chhattisgarh, Read More

Jagdalpur is the ancient capital of the princely state of Bastar region. It is an absolutely must-see city in Chhattisgarh due to its proximity to numerous archaeological sites and nature reserves and its unique tribal culture, which is shown during the exhuberant festival of Dusserha. Jagdalpur was the capital of the princely state of Bastar until, Read More

Sirpur has a very particular aura, rather mysterious and ineffable. Perhaps it’s because this abandoned village is so old, or because it is unveiling its secrets only sparingly… The village of Sirpur, 85km from Raipur on the banks of the river Mahanadi, is home to a number of remarkable temple ruins; archaeologists call the, Read More

Rajim is a unique town around 45km from Raipur, sitting at the meeting point of three rivers. It boasts a number of very fine Hindu temples dating from the 8th to the 14th centuries, which are highly revered by both Vishnuites (devotees of Vishnu) and Shivaites (devotees of Shiva). The town of Rajim and, Read More

Chitrakote Falls, 50km from Jagdalpur in Bastar district, are in a horseshoe-shaped gorge on the Indravati river, and affluent of the Narmada. At 30m high they are India’s biggest falls and have been called “India’s Niagara”. Although they are only a third as wide as their Canadian counterpart, they are just as impressive.