Chitrakoot Water Falls, Jagdalpur
Chitrakoot WaterFalls, waterfalls, Jagdalpur, Chhattisgarh , Picnic spot of Bastar, Chhattisgarh Tourism, Waterfall of Chhattisgarh, Echhattisgarh
Chitrakoot WaterFalls is situated in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh. On the journey of River Indravati through dense vegetation on the plain in Chhattisgarh, suddenly the water of the flows drops with a height of 93 feet and build this magnificent waterfalls at Chitrakoot. It is just 38 kilometers west of Jagdalpur.
Chitrakoot Waterfall is the widest waterfalls in India, so it is popularly called as "the Niagara falls of India". The wideness of the waterfall depends on the water level in the river Indravati. And season to season it varies drastically, as in summer the span of the Chitrakoot waterfall is minimum, but during monsoon, the water level of the river Indravati touches both banks and the waterfall also formed the widest, nearly 150 m in wide. And the waterfalls look like wild in nature.
The nature of the Chitrakoot waterfall varies season by season. If you want to enjoy the wildest forms of the Chitrakoot waterfall then monsoon (July to September) is the best time, when it spreads up to 150 m in wide of brown coloured water. Sunlight makes rainbows here and thereafter reflecting with the water grains. At the time of sunset, when sunlight drop on the water of Chitrakoot falls – it makes a magnificent environment to see. During summer and winter, it forms a white fall and you can reach towards the falls by boat.
Dandami Luxury Resort-Cottages is a government-run hotel at the top of Chitrakote waterfall. It is very luxurious and very serene. The waterfall is situated just after few steps from the adjoining hotel garden.