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Located in Chhattisgarh's Bastar district, Jagdalpur is a scenic city known for its heritage, stunning landscapes, and tribal customs. The surrounding dense forests, rolling hills, and pristine waterfalls make it a paradise for nature lovers. It is also home to several tourist spots like Danteshwari Temple and Chitrakote Falls. The city's fascinating ethnic culture is showcased through its traditional dance forms, handicrafts, and festivals. Jagdalpur offers a unique blend of adventure, culture, and natural beauty.

Jagdalpur is served by Maa Danteshwari Airport, also known as Jagdalpur Airport (JGB). You can book Jagdalpur flights with IndiGo to reach the city. Additionally, you can opt for add-on benefits when booking your Jagdalpur flight ticket.

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Jagdalpur Flight Schedule

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  • Hyderabad to Jagdalpur: The aerial distance from Hyderabad to Jagdalpur is around 400 km, which can be covered in approx 1.5 hours with IndiGo’s flights to Jagdalpur. The return flight from Jagdalpur to Hyderabad will also take approximately the same time.
  • Raipur to Jagdalpur: The aerial distance from Raipur to Jagdalpur is around 240 km. The flight duration for the journey is about 1 hour, and the return flight from Jagdalpur to Raipur also takes a similar amount of time.
Flight No. Origin Destination Frequency Effective Departure Arrival
6E 7104 Hyderabad Jagdalpur Daily 31-Mar-24 10:50 12:30
6E 7105 Jagdalpur Hyderabad Wed, Sat and Sun 31-Mar-24 12:50 14:25
6E 7105 Jagdalpur Hyderabad Mon, Tue,Thu and Fri 01-Apr-24 15:30 17:05
6E 7092 Jagdalpur Raipur Mon, Tue,Thu and Fri 01-Apr-24 12:50 13:50
6E 7095 Raipur Jagdalpur Mon, Tue,Thu and Fri 01-Apr-24 14:10 15:10

About Jagdalpur

Jagdalpur is renowned for its tribal culture, with various tribes like the Gonds, Maria, and Muria adding to its cultural diversity. Visitors can explore the unique villages, interact with locals, and witness their traditional dance forms, music, and handicrafts, providing insights into their way of life. The city is also home to historical sites like the Bastar Palace, built by the rulers of Bastar, showcasing a blend of tribal and colonial architecture. The Anthropological Museum and the Bastar Haat are worth visiting to learn more about the culture and lifestyle of the ethnic group. Jagdalpur offers a unique and immersive experience, combining natural beauty, cultural heritage, and native traditions. It is a must-visit destination for those seeking an offbeat travel experience in India.

Things to do in Jagdalpur

  • Chitrakote Falls: Explore the stunning Chitrakote Falls, also known as the ‘Niagara Falls of India’, and enjoy the breathtaking views and natural beauty. Located approximately 38 km west of Jagdalpur, it is the widest waterfall in India, spanning about 300 metres across the Indravati River. The falls look spectacular in monsoon, as the water cascades down with great force, creating a breathtaking sight. The surrounding lush greenery and the sound of the falls add to the beauty of the place.
  • Bastar Palace: Visit the Bastar Palace, a blend of tribal and colonial architecture, and learn about the region's history. Also known as the Jagdalpur Palace, the historical monument was built by the rulers of the Bastar state in the early 20th century and later renovated by the British. The palace complex includes several buildings, courtyards, and gardens, showcasing the grandeur of the erstwhile Bastar kingdom. Today, the palace serves as a museum and cultural centre, housing artefacts, paintings, and sculptures depicting the Bastar region's history and culture.
  • Anthropological Museum: Explore the Anthropological Museum to learn more about the ethnic culture, lifestyle, and history of the region. The museum is a significant cultural institution that showcases the rich local heritage of Bastar. It features a diverse collection of artefacts, handicrafts, photographs, and exhibits related to the indigenous tribal communities. It provides insights into the customs, rituals, arts, and crafts of the various native tribes.
  • Bastar Haat: Shop at the Bastar Haat, a vibrant tribal market in Jagdalpur. The market allows you to experience the rich culture and craftsmanship of the Bastar region. The market offers many conventional handicrafts, including metalwork, woodwork, terracotta, bamboo craft, and traditional tribal jewellery. You can also find handwoven textiles, paintings, and other local products showcasing the artistry and skills of the communities. Visitors can interact with artisans, witness the traditional craft-making techniques, and learn about the region's rich cultural heritage. The market provides a platform for tribal artisans to showcase and sell their products, supporting the local economy and preserving traditional craftsmanship.
  • Kanger Valley National Park: Visit the Kanger Valley National Park and take a wildlife safari to spot a variety of flora and fauna. The park houses tigers, leopards, wild boars, sloth bears, and various bird species. Spanning around 200, the place offers lush greenery, dense forests, and diverse wildlife. One of the park's highlights is the Kanger Dhara waterfall, a stunning waterfall that cascades down from about 30 metres. Visitors can enjoy jeep safaris, nature walks, and bird-watching tours to explore the park's natural beauty and wildlife. The park also has a small museum showcasing local tribal culture and traditions.
  • Tirathgarh Falls: Tirathgarh Falls is a stunning waterfall and a popular tourist destination known for its natural beauty and tranquil surroundings. The waterfall is formed by the Kanger River, cascading down a height of approximately 100 feet. Visitors can enjoy an adventurous walk through the forested area to reach the place and enjoy boat rides near the waterfall.
  • Danteshwari Temple: Danteshwari Temple is a famous Hindu temple in Dantewada, around 80 km from Jagdalpur. Dedicated to Goddess Danteshwari, considered the kuldevi (family deity) of the Bastar dynasty, the temple is an ancient shrine that holds great religious significance for the local tribal communities. It is one of the 52 Shakti Peethas, as per Hindu mythology. The temple complex also includes several smaller shrines dedicated to other deities.

Best time to visit Jagdalpur

The best time to visit Jagdalpur is during the winter months, from October to March. The weather is pleasant during this time, with temperatures ranging from 15°C to 30°C, making it ideal for exploring the city and its surrounding attractions. The winter months also coincide with the festival season, including the famous Bastar Dussehra.

Jagdalpur Airport

Maa Danteshwari Airport, also known as Jagdalpur Airport (JGB), is a domestic airport in Jagdalpur, Chhattisgarh. Located around 4.5 km from the city centre, the airport serves as the primary air gateway for the Bastar region. It facilitates domestic flights to and from major cities in India.

FAQs about Flights to Agatti

Does Jagdalpur have an airport?

Maa Danteshwari Airport, also known as Jagdalpur Airport (JGB), is a domestic airport in Jagdalpur.

What is Jagdalpur famous for?

Jagdalpur is famous for its natural landscapes, such as Chitrakote Falls, Kanger Valley National Park, and religious places like Danteshwari Temple.

What is the best time to visit Jagdalpur?

The best time to visit Jagdalpur is during the winter months, from October to March.

Are there direct flights to Jagdalpur from Hyderabad?

Yes. IndiGo operates Hyderabad to Jagdalpur and Jagdalpur to Hyderabad flights.

How much time does it take to fly from Jagdalpur to Raipur?

The flight duration from Jagdalpur to Raipur is around 1 hour.

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