Chhattisgarh is famous for its lush forests and natural beauty. In fact, the state has 3 national parks and 11 wild life sanctuaries. In fact almost 12% of the total forest area in India is from the state. There are also many water falls, caves, rock painting, tribal villages, ancient monuments, temples, Buddhists sites & heritage palaces.This state is famous for Kosa silk.It is also famous for mines, minerals and it is called rice bowl of India.
Adventure sports in Chhattisgarh is in a developing state. As of now, regular tracking and camping activity is conducted by the adventure department of the Chhattisgarh Tourism Board. There is an "Angar Eco Adventure camp" in Dhamtari. In addition to this, there are also plans to launch activities like Parasailing, Zorbing, Kayaking, Rippling, Speed boating, Water-scooter rides etc. across the state.
You can consider the following - Bambaleshwari temple in Dongargarh - The annual Kumbh Mela at Rajim at the confluence of rivers River Mahanadi, Pairi & Sondur - Danteshwari at Dantewada, - Mahamaya temple at Ratanpur, - Jatmai Mata Ghata Rani - Kausulaya Mata Mandir, - Bhaleshwari Mandir - Mahamaya Mandir - Deobalaod, Kharod, Kaleshwarnath Temple. - Sirpur is famous for Buddhist temples Shivarinarayan, Dudhahari Mata - For Jain tourism Nagpura & Kaiwalyadham are famous - Mazar of Banjari baba is famous in Muslim Tourists.
Charminar: It was built in the centre of the city by Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah in 1591 century to commemorate the eradication of plague. Marble, limestone, mortar and granite were used during the construction of Charminar. There is a total of 149 winding steps and a mosque is located on the top floor. Also, the area surrounding Charminar is a major market for bangles, semi-precious stones, pearls, jewellery, silverware, bid ware and much more. Ramoji film city: It is one of the largest film studios in the world which provides many pre production and post production facilities for movie making. It contains both natural and artificial attractions that are used as film sets by movie makers. Tourists can take vintage buses ride to have a look at the film city. The film city also provides accommodation for the tourists. Nehru zoological park: It is one of the largest zoos in India and is run by the forest department of Telangana. It was opened to the public in the year of 1963. The zoo has rich fauna which includes 1500 species of animals, birds and reptiles. The zoo also provides toy train rides, battery vehicle rides and safari rides. Golconda fort: It was initially a mud fort built in 1143 and was ruled by many kings who include the Kakatiyas, Bahamani sultans, Qutub Shahis, and Mughals who turned the mud fort into a complete stone fort. Clapping hands at a certain point near the dome entrance reverberates which is heard clearly at the hill top pavilion, almost one kilometre away, this served as a warning note to the inhabitants of the fort of any impending danger, this is the main attraction of Golconda fort. Shilparamam: It is the best spot for street shopping. Craftsmen from all over India, display their works here, varying from traditional jewellery, hand-woven saris, shawls, dresses, hand-crafted wooden, metal wares and much more. Various kinds of workshops, training camps and training classes are conducted for the artists.
Gangrel Dam, Billai Mata Temple, Angarmoti Temple are some of the places where we can visit in city. Other places include Sihawa Hills- origins of mahanadi river, Sondhur Dam near nagari block, Madamsilli which is asia's first siphen dam, Dudhawa dam.