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First visit chitrakote falls then travel to teerathgadh falls then have your lunch and if you wish to go to a garden then visit Maitri bagh ( fountains and garden) . if you want spiritual experience then visit art and culture gallery located in Naya Raipur named "purkhouti muktangan.
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Can also visit Kotumsar Cave. It's nearby Chitrakoot Waterfalls.
I am travelling from bhubaneswar can i get a proper itenary
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Achanakmar tiger reserve forest near bilaspur is a must visit. you can do jungle safari in a nascent forest, the joy will be undefined.
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Yes from tripoto you can search it
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1: Raipur-Gangrel Get into townYour stay in Chhattisgarh starts in Raipur at the perennially dependableBabylon International (VIP Road, Rajiv Gandhi Marg, Raipur). The hotel is a perfect stop with its proximity to shopping and entertainment, in case you want to quickly run out for a look-see at the markets. After resting, drive through the city for its top sights. The Urja Park is perfect for a family outing or a short stop: an energy park that kids and adults will equally enjoy with its pretty natural setting, nerd nooks and leisure entertainment such as boating. The Vivekananda Sarovar (Burha Talab) is well known for its wonderful and unique 37-foot high statue of a meditating Swami Vivekananda. In the evening people of the city head out for walks in this area and hang out at the sarovar. If you have the time, and are a cricket buff, you will probably not want to miss seeing the international level Shahid Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium (though this is outside the city). But the main destination for today is the Gangrel Reservoir in Dhamtari on the river Mahanadi. This dam is popular for its sunset so carry your picnic basket and wait for the last rays of the sun to colour the vicinity orange. You can walk along the dam (tickets are available on either side of the dam)and walk the whole length of around 1.5 km, strolling along. Stand on top of the bridge-like structure and, amid the breeze, watch the waters fall through the gates to complete the experience! Return to Raipur. Day 2: Jagdalpur Distance: 285 km Time: 5 hours by road After an early breakfas t, start early from Raipur and arrive at Jagdalpur. There is no better place to stay than the Bastar Jungle Resort Campground (Village Kurandi, Dist-Bastar, Jagdalpur HO, Jagdalpur-494001; bastarjungleresort@gmail.com). This untrodden part of India is a slice of peace, quiet and comfort, with meals served in an outdoor restaurant. Far from being a campground, it has spacious cottages for rooms, built in local style with equally big washrooms (with solar-heated water). The sense of space inside is amplified by large windows and clean air. If you are more adventurous, you can choose the tents closer to the ponds. You can walk the winding paths to the villages close by, and be an observer of their way of simple living. To complete the outdoorsy, nature-inspired experience, the lack of TV and internet is ensured. After the delicious lunch at the resort, start for Chitrakote waterfalls (50 km/1 hr). At Chitrakote, the river Indravati plummets down along a lofty C-shaped ledge to create a stunning cascade of falling waters. These waterfalls, called the 'Niagara of ', are a joy to behold, so carry a picnic basket so that you can spend time until sunset. Small boats downstream can ferry you right up to and underneath the waters. If you're lucky, you can see the floodlit view of the falls. These falls are amongst the best nature spots in the entire state of Chhattisgarh. Having had your fill of nature's bounty, return to Jagdalpur. In the evening, explore the local markets and get a taste of local cuisine including some desi chicken, which is very popular throughout the state. Day 3: Wildlife Park Distance: 48 km Time: 1 hour by road Set off for Kanger Valley National Park, visiting a very special creature on the way--the endangered Bastar Hill Myna, at the Forest School. The orange-beaked myna is an astounding mimic in captivity. In the wild it can make three to thirteen calls, including whistles and gurgles, which can be quite melodious. Accompanying you along the way will be high sal trees on either side, and the path to these two gorgeous places is as grand as the destinations. At Kanger you get to see another breathtaking waterfall, the seven-tiered Teerathgarh Falls. The amazing and surreal Kailash and Kutumsar Caves, with their stunning stalactite and stalagmite formations, are close by too. It's a dream-like landscape--the river dipping gently, creating a base of frothy, bubbly rapids. Enjoy your al fresco lunch at the waterfall, which makes for a great photo-opportunity. You will find many photographers on hire to help you create an instant memory. After feasting your eyes a bit more, start back for Jagdalpur. Day 4: Gangrel Distance: 221 km Time: 3-4 hours by road After breakfast, set off for Gangrel. Do not miss the opportunity of stopping at the handicrafts village at Kondagaon. Not only can you see the handicrafts being made by the tribal artisans but you will be spoilt for choice to fill your shopping bags with souvenirs and gifts. Kondagaon is famous for its terracotta handicrafts-every piece of which is created on the potter's wheel. The dokra or bell metal art pieces range from a few centimeters to several metres high. These are made by master craftsmen and you would be lucky to watch them at work and understand the skill and effort that goes into these beautiful pieces of art. This is a once in a lifetime chance. At Gangre
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