Chitrakoot Falls History

Chitrakoot Falls History, Route Map, Entry Timings, Ticket Cost.

The Chitrakoot Falls are the Fame of Chhattisgarh which is locally regarded as the popular Niagra water Falls as the Chitrakoot waterfalls also resemble the horseshoe shape of waterfall similar to that of Niagra waterfalls. During rains or rainy season, the Chitrakoot widens up to 150 meters. The Chitrakoot falls are at a distance of 50 kilometres away from Jagdalpur of Bastar district and 273 kilometres from Raipur.

The Indravathi river flows perennially from the mountain ranges of Vindhya and gave rise to the beautiful and scintillating Chitrakoot Falls.The colourful rainbow formed due to the mist of the waterfall, the fresh breeze, and the howling waterfalls adds extra life to nature’s beauty.The Chitrakoot makes the environment cool even in summers due to its heavy mist and swirling wind. ss

The best time to catch the beauty of Chitrakoot falls is in the rainy season that is around June and July. The place near Chitrakoot is maintained very neatly and maintained well. The spots for taking pictures provided with big flashlights to illuminate the sky are been hosted to lit up the picture taking the spot. The Chitrakoot is a breathtaking beauty in real.

Chitrakoot Falls Entry Timings :

All Days of week (Morning to Evening)

Chitrakoot Falls Entry Fee :

Entry Fee No
Camera Fee No
Vehicle Parking Fee No
Boating Fee Rs 25 /-

Distance from the Bottom of the river :

Total 160 steps

Light Show (to illuminate the fall around) :

Around  4 pm

How  To Reach Chitrakoot Falls

BY Air :

      Allahabad Airport  – km kms

BY Train :

      Karvi Railway Station  –  8 km

BY Road :

      Jagdalpur Bus Station  – 38 km

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