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K k sahu

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15 reviewsPosted 2 years ago

Untapped & unexplored natural trail

As my title suggests it is an untapped tourist destination ready to explode in tourist map of India if developed and nurtured well enough. Really if you want see natural beauty up-close enough within the climes of virgin tribal lands hitherto untapped by tourists and not developed & promoted by the government. For my visit it was only one word to exclaim. WOW!

Devoid of too much facilities we are used to at other tourist destinations, this is the place to visit. Particularly I would like to mention Mainpat, called Shimla of Chattisgarh. It was used to settle some Tibetan refugees who consist of the majority population here. Really it is a beautiful & quaint little town full of must visit places around it. To mention one of the best must visit site is the Shaking Ground. You read it right the whole ground shakes here, its a huge field and when you walk or jump the ground shakes. Its really a wonder, can't explain till you see it yourself. Then there are some beautiful gardens, breathtaking waterfalls. It has got everything except too much facilities for tourists including lodging facilities.

You will have to stay at Ambikapur, as it is the nearest town to have anything worth to stay. You will have to make it your base and visit all the places. It has got numerous places to visit, but on the first day I visited the Shiv Gufa mandir and three waterfalls around it. Next day was for Mainpat. All the waterfalls I saw were really good, extra was a Tribal Dance rehearsal in a tribal village. They were practising for some festival and it it was really mesmerising. I would specially like to mention that I haven't seen such fresh vegetables and fruits in my life.

As for advice to fellow travellers don't expect to get any luxury here just visit for natural beauty and pollution free environment. , shaking ground, breathtaking waterfalls, tribal villages. Nothing extraordinary. Carry every necessary items with you and visit during winter as summer time it is too unbearable.

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Manju Kalanidhi

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4 reviewsPosted 5 years ago

Pristine India at its best

Going to Chattisgarh is akin to splashing a bottle of chilled soda on to your face after a long marathon in a sweaty desert. Yes, the beautiful state is refreshing in every sense. The weather is salubrious; the food is simple and appetizing; the nature is pristine and untouched. Away from the regular holiday crowds, amidst gushing waterfalls and lush greenery, it reminds you of a holiday to your native village when you were young. Experience its wildlife and wilderness before the crowds get in there. It is perhaps one of the few states where you can still get to stay in old forest guest house bungalow and experience nature at its closest.

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