Bastar has its enigmatic beauty that is not yet fully explored. Bastar holds within the primitive culture making it an attractive destination.
To observe tribal culture at its vibrant best, it is best to plan a trip in Bastar during key fairs and festivals.Know More
While travelling to Bastar pack modest breathable clothing, sunscreen, hats, comfortatble walking shoes, insect repellent.Know More
Raipur, the capital of chhattisgarh is well connected to air, rail and road which is around 300 KM from Bastar.Know More
Hotels with reasonable price, clean rooms with TV, AC, hot water in the bathrooms and room service are easy to find.Know More
The festivals are the reflection of culture heritage of Bastar. In almost all their festivals, the pistine culture is maintained to the core and age old beliefs are adhered to with extreme sanctity.
The festival is completely segregated from harvest of crop. The people eagerly and patiently wait for the auspicious day, when sal trees are covered In flourishing blossoms. To pay tribute, to the Goddess, the villagers stay away from their fields and fervently pray in their forests near to their villages and hamlets, No farming related activities are conducted on that day.Explore More
The area has a lot to offer to visitors or tourists due to its natural beauty and pleasant atmosphere. Bastar is a mysterious and very attractive land because of its primitive culture. Bastar region constitutes seven districts.
The city is also known as the Craft City of the state. It is famous for bell metal crafts and other
When in the district of Bastar, one must visit the southern part of Bastar, the Dantewada. Dantewada is 82kms from Jagdalpur and is well connected with Raipur and many places of Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, including Hyderabad. The famous South Eastern Railway runs trains succExplore More