The unique feature of Rajeev Smriti Van is that everything over here runs on Solar Energy, this is a must visit place mainly if you are traveling with your kids. It gives a marvellous view and explains the nature, trees, and environment.
The mountains and valleys are loaded with various waterfalls which are a prime fascination; there are likewise ruins of sanctuaries dating back to the Hoysala Empire which is justified regardless of a visit.
Jogimara cave is located in beautiful natural setting, mountainous jungle massive. Interior of Jogimara cave is covered with paintings and here is the oldest known love message in the world. Even elephant can pass through this 55 m long tunnel - hence the name of this tunnel - Hathipol (Hatipal), "Elephant Cave". Further to the west there rises another hill.
The festival involves participation of all major tribes of Bastar. Deities from all nearby villages are gathered at danteshwari Temple in Jagdalpur. “Paat-Jatra” ceremony with rite and rituals at Sirhasaar Square in Jagdalpur during Bastar Dasahra is famous.
A land that inspired Rudyard Kipling to write his great novel 'Wilderness Book', the forested regions of Kanha, with their wild shrubberies of sal and bamboo woodlands, rolling knolls and emotional ravines, are home to the Kanha National Park.