Chhattisgarh may be a newly formed state that was carved away from Madhya Pradesh on November 1st 2000. The Green State of Chhattisgarh is home to a large expanse of forest lands that covers almost half of the state. It is also known as one of the richest bio-diversity areas in India blessed with numerous tourist attractions worth exploring.
Chhattisgarh could just be termed a new state however its ancient civilization and influences can only be experienced by visiting its historical remnants that are dotted within the state. The state is blessed naturally glorious water falls, dense forests, undulating landscape and wild flora and fauna. The State of Chhattisgarh is raw in its natural splendour which is its main attraction. The Chitrakot Waterfalls, Ramgarh and SitaBengra, the Bhoramdeo Temple, Rajim, Ratanpur, Sirpur, Malhar the famous Kutumsar Caves form as some of the many tourist attractions of Chhattisgarh. Additionally, Kakotal is far-famed for its stunning water bodies – a must-visit.