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Backpack Weekend Bastar Tour

Backpack Weekend Bastar Tour

 3,500.00

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We invite you to explore the hidden jewel of India which is natural and scenic BASTAR.

Bastar has many things to offer for the traveler. It has India’s widest waterfall – Chitrakote, it has one of the densest forest area in India – Kanger National Valley Park. It has one of the longest cave in India – The Kotumsar cave. In-fact, its history goes back to Ramayana when lord Rama with his family spent time here during the exile at Tirathgarh and most importantly, the primitive indigenous tribal “The Gonds”, “The Madiyas”, “The Dhurwas” reside here in the lap of nature.

All this can be seen or experience in a small weekend tour package for the Unexplored destination of India – “The Bastar” which we are exclusively offering you.

Detailed Description of Package

Day 1, Saturday –

Visit to the 1000 years old Narayanpal temple built by Nagvanshi King. Visit to some of the Unexplored waterfalls from Bastar – Tamda Ghumar waterfalls and enjoy the sunset with the valley view, Mehndri Ghumar waterfalls. Spend your night enjoying with the view of waterfall, music and bonfire. Eat some of the traditional food from the Bastar’s cuisines.

Camp at Chitrakote Adventure Camp.

Day 2, Sunday –

Early morning call for a trek to the newly found waterfall. Boating at Chitrakotewaterfalls (Only if water level is not high). Get cozy with cascading “Tirathgarh waterfall”, amidst the densest Kanger Valley National Park’.  Evening visit the tribal haat. Enjoy the cock fight. Departure.

Enquiry for the cost.

Description

We invite you to explore the hidden jewel of India which is natural and scenic BASTAR.

Bastar has many things to offer for the traveler. It has India’s widest waterfall – Chitrakote, it has one of the densest forest area in India – Kanger National Valley Park. It has one of the longest cave in India – The Kotumsar cave. In-fact, its history goes back to Ramayana when lord Rama with his family spent time here during the exile at Tirathgarh and most importantly, the primitive indigenous tribal “The Gonds”, “The Madiyas”, “The Dhurwas” reside here in the lap of nature.

All this can be seen or experience in a small weekend tour package for the Unexplored destination of India – “The Bastar” which we are exclusively offering you.

Detailed Description of Package

Day 1, Saturday –

Visit to the 1000 years old Narayanpal temple built by Nagvanshi King. Visit to some of the Unexplored waterfalls from Bastar – Tamda Ghumar waterfalls and enjoy the sunset with the valley view, Mehndri Ghumar waterfalls. Spend your night enjoying with the view of waterfall, music and bonfire. Eat some of the traditional food from the Bastar’s cuisines.

Camp at Chitrakote Adventure Camp.

Day 2, Sunday –

Early morning call for a trek to the newly found waterfall. Boating at Chitrakotewaterfalls (Only if water level is not high). Get cozy with cascading “Tirathgarh waterfall”, amidst the densest Kanger Valley National Park’.  Evening visit the tribal haat. Enjoy the cock fight. Departure.

Enquiry for the cost.

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