Jashpur in Chhattisgarh is perfect for a leisurely weekend getaway. The tribals and splendid waterfalls are the main attraction of the place. Located on the western part of the state, the whole topography is divided into Upper and Lower Ghat. The upper ghat is ideal for trekking and hiking with hilly terrain and a whole zone of reserve forests. The lower ghat on the other hand abounds in grasslands and cascading waterfalls. The tribal villages with their own norms, tradition, and lifestyle enchant tourists to no end. Their rhythmical dance is one of the major attractions of the place.
Rani Dah Waterfalls is a quiet waterfall that is situated in the Jashpur locale in Chhattisgarh.
The waterfall situated about 25 Km a mile away from JashpurNagar nearest to Gulu village. The foundation of this waterfall from Eb river, Bane, Orkela, Alori, Patiya Villages is nearest to this Waterfall.
Rajpuri Waterfall is a picnic spot and is known for its natural beauty.
Khuriarani Cave, which is popularly known as Khuria Rani ki Gupha is one of the major historical places in Jashpur town. Four small hills are to be crossed along a zig-zag way which is full of rocks and stones and difficult to negotiate.
Rani Jhoola is historically significant and is situated near Bagicha village. There is a waterfall here that originates from the Eb River. A temple has also been built at the site. The Eb River stretches for 202 km.
Bel Mahadev Temple is located on a hilltop just two kilometers away from Jashpur Nagar city on the west side of Kadam Toli. Bel Mahadev is a Shiv Temple.
Hara Deepa is situated near the village of Astha. The place is covered with sal trees and it is mainly known for Duadas-Tuling, which is a mythological place. This place holds significance for archaeologists.
A small brook that passes down the valley, plunges down about 15-20 feet to meet the open valley and forms a splendid waterfall known as Bhringraj waterfall.