Chhattisgarh is famous for its waterfalls. One of these magnificent falls is the Tirathgarh Waterfall. The fall here splits into multiple falls, creating a stunning vista. The falls comes under the eco-tourism venture of the state tourism department as it enjoins the Kanger National Park. The fall here splits into multiple falls, creating a stunning vista. The waterfall has lush green forest surrounding it. Well maintained steps lead down to the bottom. There is a small temple on a large rock opposite the falls. All around are the ruins of a 1,000 year old, advanced, Hindu civilization. This 300 feet fall is an enticing and magnificent one and is also a ‘must see’ tourist picnic spot.
The Tirathgarh fall provide an excellent view of the Kanger River tumbling down seven levels into a deep valley. The splashing streams of Tirathgarh waterfall with an incredible speed to the river Munga Bahar. Since this is a popular site, you may find hordes of people sitting under the waterfall, but you can walk further down the levels to find an isolated spot. Numerous tourists visit the highly popular waterfall, mainly during the months between Octobers to February.
Chhattisgarh was the region known as Dakshin Koshal, which finds mention in both the Ramayana and Mahabharata
Raipur is the nearest (300kms) airport well connected to Mumbai, Delhi, Nagpur, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Ranchi, Vishakhapatnam and Chennai.
Raipur is the nearest railway station conveniently linked with Delhi and Nagpur. Bus services are available from Raipur for all places of tourist in the circuit.
Road is the earliest way to get to Jagdalpur – district headquarters of Bastar. A convenient way to travel in Bastar is by arranging your own vehicles or hiring a taxi.