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Kailash and Kotumsar Cave

Kanger Valley National Park, Jagdalpur, India
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Closed during monsoon

The Kailash and Kutumsar caves are located in the left side - around 30 kms from the counter... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Karthik R
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Chennai (Madras), India
Tight fit for a claustrophobic me but a lifetime experience to see the stalactites and stalagmites!

Very narrow cave opening leads to a equally narrower and spiraling staircase to take you to the... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2017
aditmalaviya
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New Delhi, India
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Kanger Valley National Park, Jagdalpur, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Kailash and Kutumsar caves are located in the left side - around 30 kms from the counter. Unfortunately, we could not visit Kutumsar and Kailash caves as they were said to be immersed in water during the monsoon. They are open only by November...More

Thank Karthik R
Reviewed 12 August 2017

Very narrow cave opening leads to a equally narrower and spiraling staircase to take you to the bottom of the cave complex. Always take the local guides who also carry lights with them without which it is never advisable to venture into the caves. The...More

Thank aditmalaviya
Reviewed 12 May 2017 via mobile

Located 30 km away from Jagdalpur, the biggest cave of Asia. Natural beauty, limestone work on the roof, very narrow stairs. The cave is 500 metres long and 70 feet deep from ground lavel. Due to suffocating , lack of oxygen respiratory problem may happen....More

1  Thank Parthaprartim
Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

The caves are 70 feet underground and the path is narrow , though it's not very exciting but would be a nice experience for adventure enthusiast . But do not visit if you are claustrophobic . The limestone structures are anyway destorted due to tourist...More

Thank Prachi S
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

Considered to be amongst the biggest Natural Cave across Asian Subcontinent "Kutumsar Caves" in Kanger Valley National Park were discovered long back by local inhabitants while trying to hunt down a Porcupine - As the legends have it... Humans got access as recently as 1993...More

Thank Sidd2012
Reviewed 6 March 2017 via mobile

It's a good place for people not suffering from breathing problems, pregnancy and other complications. Remains closed in the monsoon. Calcium cave formed by continuos drainage. Blind fishes are an attraction.

Thank spectre69
Reviewed 27 February 2017

1. You have to drive through a muddy gravel road for about 12 km to reach Kotumsar cave from the main road. Situated Around 30km from Jagdalpur. 2. Have to pay 250+ for a guide for 2 or 3 people. It's necessary to have a...More

2  Thank parimal7
Reviewed 3 February 2017

it is a must visit and beautiful place in Bastar near tirathgarh water fall.The "Siv Ling" situated at the end of Cave is a Surpise attraction in the cave. the cave is slippery and the way is too narrow at places. We walked through the...More

1  Thank soumendra kumar M
Reviewed 9 January 2017

It should be a must visit place in India. I don't have words to describe the beauty which is 72 ft deep down the ground. Its a second longest cave in the world. must avoid for the elderly people as the cave is slippery and...More

1  Thank Asheesh2012
Reviewed 24 December 2016 via mobile

It's the most surprising tourist attraction in Bastar . It remains closed during the entire stretch of monsoon , so available to venture from November to May only . Best time to visit it is December when you would really love to go 20 feet...More

Thank rajesh p
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Basant62
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Response from sanjay_ska | Reviewed this property |
Basant : I used a cab for all my commutes starting from Raipur. I am told there are buses available too between Raipur and Jagdalpur. However, I will not be able to tell you about public transport beyond Jagdalpur. About... More
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