Kanker is a district that has mountains, waterfalls, and man-made structures such as temples. Kanker becomes all the more interesting due to the presence of the tribes of the Bastar region. The primitive ways of livelihood of the people belonging to these tribes is an interesting study of human behavior and his adaptabilities to the environment he stays in.
Kanker Palace was built in the first half of the 19th century and then rebuilt in 1937. Placed amid a well-maintained garden, it is the residence of the royal family of Kanker.
Gadiya Mountain, Kanker is the highest mountain in the Kanker district of Chhattisgarh. The mountain is also known as Kila Dongri. Flowing beneath the Gadiya Mountain is the Doodh River.
Charre – Marre Falls
Charre-Marre Waterfall, Kanker is a sixteen-meter high zig zag waterfall on the Jogi river. The Charre-Marre Waterfall in Kanker in India is 17 Kms away from Antagarh, on the way to Aamabera.
Malanjhkudum Waterfalls is composed of three falls that are 10 meters, 15 meters, and 9 meters in height. Malanjhkudum Waterfalls, Chhattisgarh has been one of the most beautiful waterfalls since ancient times. The waterfall is a huge crowd puller and has been attracting tourists over a long period of time.
Shivani Temple is also known as Shivani Maa Temple. It is believed that the Goddess in this temple is a combination of two Goddesses, namely Durga Maa and Kali Maa.
Best Time To Visit Kanker
The temperature in Kanker ranges between 10°C to 20°C during winter which lasts till February. The best season to visit Kanker is the winter season in the months of October to March as the temperature remains ideal to enjoy nature.