"Kailash Caves are located in the Kanger Valley National Park area near Mikulwada. The caves are located around 40 km from Jagdalpur. Discovered recently in 1993, the caves are around 250 meters long and are situated at an altitude of 40 meters above the ground level. It features stalactite and stalagmite formations that offer stunning sight.\n\nAccess to the cave is through a narrow opening and at the end of the cave is a huge stalagmite formation in the shape of Shivlinga. The hollow walls of the cave, when struck by hand, make incredible musical sounds."
Kotaberi Eb River
"Jashpur situated on the Northern part of Chhattisgarh, India is perfect for a leisurely weekend getaway. The Uraon tribal population and their small settlements lend a different charm to Jashpur. These tribals have their own folklore and tradition. There is nothing like watching a tribal dance on a moonlit night. Jashpur is replete with hilly terrain and forests in the Upper Ghats while the lower plain consists of sprawling Rivers and waterfalls. The Rivers, Caves and Waterfalls in Jashpur provides ample opportunities for angling, trekking and hiking. The path may not be smooth as in some of these places road construction is still in process. However the journey is rewarding in ways more than one. Take a leisurely stroll through the Rajpuri Waterfall to see the many facets of nature here.\nRajpuri Waterfall is one of the most frequented spots in Jashpur. It is also a popular picnic spots. The tribal villages in and around the place adds a different charm to the whole place. There is something haunting about the whole place. Very few tourists visit here. The rocky wall on the sides seems to be of prehistoric times and tells an ancient tale. Like many other places in Jashpur, even this has a story to tell and a popular folklore to back it. The place is located 60 kilometers from Jashpur main. You also have ample scope for fishing in Rajpuri Waterfall."