Chitrakoot Waterfalls in Jagdalpur (2023) Hours and Entry

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Chitrakoot Waterfall in Jagdalpur

 

Chitrakoot Waterfalls, which cascade madly from a height of roughly 98 feet, lends a great deal of romance to the magnificent Vindhya Ranges. It rises from the River Indravati in the Chhattisgarh city of Jagdalpur and plunges in the shape of three streams in the summer and winter. However, during the monsoon season, this horseshoe-shaped waterfall assumes a powerful shape and resembles Niagara Falls in North America with its vast, white flow. Chitrakoot Falls is so frequently referred to be the Niagara Falls of India.

The widest waterfall in India is Chitrakoot, which is roughly 985 feet in width. The River Indravati’s water level, however, can affect the width of the falls. Here are some details on Chitrakoot Falls.

Falls at Chitrakot

Location: Jagdalpur, Chhattisgarh; Tiratha

Species: Waterfall

Timings: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Ideal Season to Visit: June to October

Time Required: 2-3 hours

Entrance Fee: Entry is free

Parking Charge: Nil

Boating Fees: INR 25

Airport: Maa Danteshwari Airport in Jagdalpur (poor connection)

Closest train station: Jagdalpur Railway Station(40 km)

Closest bus stop: Jagdalpur New Bus Stand(39 miles)

Visit the Chitrakoot Waterfalls

Chitrakoot Waterfall in Jagdalpur

The Chitrakoot Waterfalls in Jagdalpur are a great destination for anyone seeking to get close to nature right away because there are so many things to do there. You can engage in the following intriguing activities in this location:

  1. Taking a boat

One of the nicest things to do close to the falls is this. The most breathtaking views of the waterfalls and the area are provided by boat trips. Even minuscule drops of water can be felt on your skin if you get a little closer to the falls. Boat trips in the pool below, though, require you to descend a flight of stairs.

  1. Swimming diving:

If the water isn’t too high, you can swim in the pool created by the Chitrakoot Waterfalls. However, avoid swimming in the pool when it’s raining.

  1. Picturesque:

From the bottom of the staircase, the waterfall appears magnificent. So, if you love taking pictures, descend the stairs to get some of the most breathtaking shots of Chitrakoot Waterfalls. You might be fortunate enough to witness a rainbow if you visit on a rainy day!

  1. Picnic

Chitrakoot Falls is a fantastic choice for a day trip with family or friends. Here, you can have a picnic and take in the natural beauty of the area. Due to the extensive greenery surrounding the waterfall, you may even see some lovely birds.

      5.Temple:

Chitrakoot Waterfall in Jagdalpur

A tiny temple honouring Lord Shiva may be found on the left bank of the falls, along with some naturally occuring caverns known as the Parvati caverns. Below the waterfall, there are a lot of little Shivalingas can be seen.

In addition to the Chitrakoot Waterfalls, Jagdalpur features a variety of additional tourist destinations that are ideal for pilgrims, nature lovers, and wildlife enthusiasts. To see as many destinations as you can, you must arrange your vacation appropriately. And if you love food, be sure to visit some of the eateries in Jagdalpur to sample the regional fare.

Here are some of the top attractions in Jagdalpur:

Narayanpal Vishnu Mandir(8 km)

Mendri Ghumar Mandir(11 km)

Parapur Waterfall (12 km)

Tamdaghumar Waterfall (17 km)

Bikajasha Waterfall (19 km)

Waterfalls near Chitradhara (26 km)

Danteshwari Mandir(38 kilometres)

Bastar Palace(38 Kilometres)

National Park of Kanger Valley (55 km)

Cave Kutumsar (56 kilometres)

Waterfall in Tirathgarh (60km)

Visitor advice for Chitrakoot Falls

Summer is not the best time to view the falls. During this time of year, the area can get excessively hot and the water almost completely evaporates.

You must arrive at the waterfall early and leave no later than 4:30 PM if you intend to use a public bus. Plan your journey appropriately because the last bus departs for Jagdalpur at around 5 PM.

During the monsoon season, swimming can be risky because to the rapid downpour of massive amounts of water.

Wear comfortable clothes and shoes that have a strong grip as the steps can turn slick owing to flooding.

For those who enjoy nature and want to get out of the city, Chitrakoot Falls is a delight.

 

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