Day wise Details :—-
DAY 1 :
Arrival at the Raipur Airport/ Airport , you will be received by our representative and transferred to Bilaspur and Stay at hotel. (155 km and 2 hours 40 min)
DAY 2 :
Bilaspur – Shivrinarayan
Shivrinarayan is a town and a nagar panchayat in Janjgir-Champa District in theIndian state of Chhattisgarh. Shivrinarayan has a significant role in the life of lord Rama.
We meet to Ramnami tribe peoples for photoshoots & Interact with Him. After that evening reach Bilaspur & stay at Hotel.
DAY 3 :
Bilaspur – Tala – Malhar – Sirpur( approx 170 km and 4 hours)
After the breakfast we will check out hotel & processed to visit to famous places i.e Tala & Malhar. & after that we reach Sirpur & stay at Sirpur Resort.
It is also famous for it’s archeological importance. It is situated at 30 km. by road from Bilaspur in Chhattishgarh of (INDIA). In Tala two ancient temples of Fifth Century have been found by extraction which are Jethani temple & Devrani temple. Devrani temple is still in good condition. The main attraction of Tala is the ancient idol of Lord Shiva which is also of Fifth century. Tala is one of the most beautiful places in Chhattisgarh,The temples dating back to the 10th and 11th century have been excavated and salvaged here. Besides this, there are several sites here that have been marked for excavation by the Archaeology Departmen Malhar used to be animportant center during the Kulchuri regime. The archaelogical department has setup a museum where the many artifacts recovered during the excavations have been displayed. Amongst the prominent findings are the temples of Didneshwari, Pataleshwar and Dewari. The temple of Didneshwari is very popular and people from far and wide come to offer their prayers here. The beautiful black idol of Didneshwari Devi is really delight to see.
DAY 4 :
Visit at Sirpur and Turturia
After the breakfast we will go to sight seen for sirpur and Night Stay at sirpur.Sirpur in Chhattisgarh is famous for the first temple in India to be built with bricks- the Laxman Mandir.It also is home to several other structures of great archaeological importance. With the recent discovery of a Haritika statue in Sirpur and a temple complex, said to be much bigger than the Nalanda site in Bihar, has just added to the charm of visiting Shirpur.The 1300 year old Laxman Mandir, considered to be built in the 6th century A.D., is situated on the banks of the River mahanadi in Sirpur of Mahasamund district in Chhattisgarh. The temple was built by Shaivaite King Mahashivagupts, who also played host to the famous Chinese traveller Hieun Tsang. Sirpur or Shreepur waas once the capital of Dakshin Kosala (as Chhattisgarh was then known) and it used to be quite a happening place.
After Break Fast we check out Resorts and Proceed to Jagdalpur. Night stay at Chitrakote.
(Approx 360 km and 7 hours)
Day 6 :
After Breakfast Sightseeing at Tirathgarh water Falls, Kutumsar Caves, Chitrakote waterfalls, KangerValley National Park and stay at Chitrakote.
About Chitrakote Falls – India’s Niagara With an almost permanent rainbow forming in front of the waterfall and slim fishing boats swaying at base, the scene looks like a watercolor painting. The scenic beauty of the surrounding fascinate visitors and take them to a total different world of ecstasy.
Tirathgarh Waterfall – 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.
About Kanger Valley – Kanger Valley National Park is a beautiful place, located in the Bastar district (Near Jagdalpur) of the state of Chhattisgarh. The Kanger Valley National park is also known as Kanger Ghati National Park. It was declared as a National park in the year of 1982. Total area of the park is about 200 Km2. The park is located on the banks of Kholaba River at a distance of about 27 km from Jagdalpur.The national Park is situated on the valley of river Kanger. The park derives its name from the Kanger River, which flows throughout its length.
After Breakfast Departure to Raipur via Kondagaon (Craft Centre), Gangrel Dam , back to Raipur and stay at Raipur Hotel.(approx 360 km and 10 hours)
Gangrel Dam – Gangrel Dam, also known as Ravishankar Dam, is a popular tourist spot of Dhamtari District. Built across the Mahanadi River, it is located at a distance of 15 km. The reservoir also features a Gangrel Hydel Power Project of 10 MV capacity which generates power for nearby regions.Gangrel Dam holds 15,000 cusec water and is linked with Hirakud Dam in Orissa. It is also the biggest and the longest dam in the province of Chhattisgarh.
Day 8 –
After Breakfast proceed to Airport/ Railway Station for departure.
……………..Tour End With Unforgettable Sweet Memories…………..