Near Bijapur, the Indravati National Park is known for hiking and trekking in the India state of Chhattisgarh. It is a 1,258 square kilometer national park known for leopards, tigers and the blue bull.
To reach Indravati National Park by air, use the airport in Raipur (486km).
To reach Indravati National Park by train, use the railway station at Jagdalpur (168km).
To reach the park from Jagdalpur, there is a road leading to the park entrance at the village of Kutrue.
Note: In any national park known to have lions or tigers, hikers need to exercise extreme caution. It is highly recommended to us a park-approved guide prior to hiking or trekking in these regions.
Overall, Indravati National Park is the 28th most popular hiking trail of all 42 hikes in India.