Koriya gives one an opportunity to unfold the mystery of living in an area that is untouched by the evil effects of commercialization and can experience the true essence of rural India through the tribal life of the place. A sense of remoteness and the vast land gives the tourist a thrilling opportunity to explore the serenity of life in its own way. Koriya is mainly populated by the local tribes comprising of the Kol, Bhuniyar, and the Gond. The tribal people who reside in Koriya are quite friendly and very hospitable.
Sanjay National Park
Sanjay National Park also known as Guru Ghasi Das National Park is located in Chhattisgarh and in the Koriya, Sidhi, and Singrauli districts of Madhya Pradesh state.
Amrit Dhara is a natural waterfall located in Koriya district, the state of Chhattisgarh, India. It originates from the Hasdeo River, which is a tributary of the Mahanadi River. The fall is situated at a distance of 17 km from Chirmiri.
Korea palace is located in the main city of baikunthpur. It belongs to the king of Korea of the 16 century.
Ramdaha Waterfall is a natural waterfall in Koriya district on the river Banas, near Bhavarkhoh village, which is about 160 km from Baikunthpur.
Gaurghat Waterfall is situated on Hasdeo river that is away 33 kilometers from the district headquarters of Korea.
Akuri Nala is a small waterfall about 65 km from Baikunthpur, near Bansipur village, in an area surrounded by rocks and forests.
Best Time To Visit Koriya
The best time to visit Koriya would be during the winter, as the weather during winters is very pleasant and ideal for sightseeing purposes.