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Bastar Tribal Homestay

Private room in house hosted by Shakeel
2 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1 shared bathroom
I lives in Chote Kawali village in a mud house, 20 km south of JAGDALAPUR (the capital of Bastar region in Chhattisgarh state), on the skirts of beautifully
forested Kanger Valley National Park. The area is home to Dhurwa, Bhatra and Gond tribes.

The space
Its close to the Paddy field,surrounded with tribal peoples house. Fresh air,neet and clean.

Guest access
The whole house is belongs to the guest.

Other things to note
Room Charges including Breakfast.
I can arrange Lunch and Dinner on Demand, Charges apply.
I work as a guide too, I can take you around to Local market, Tribal Villages, Waterfall, Caves.
On availability of Local rituals,festival can be attend.
Charges apply.
I lives in Chote Kawali village in a mud house, 20 km south of JAGDALAPUR (the capital of Bastar region in Chhattisgarh state), on the skirts of beautifully
forested Kanger Valley National Park. The area is home to Dhurwa, Bhatra and Gond tribes.

The space
Its close to the Paddy field,surrounded with tribal peoples house. Fresh air,neet and clean.

Guest access
The w…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds, 2 airbeds

Amenities

Kitchen
Iron
Wifi
Dryer
Washing machine
Hair dryer
Hangers
TV
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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chote kawali, Chattisgarh, India

The another tribes live around,so guest interact with them,see the coulture and daily life activity.

Hosted by Shakeel

Joined in July 2012
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I lives in Chote kawali village in a mud house with facility of local toilet, 20 km south of jagdalpur (the capital of Bastar region in Chhattisgarh state), on the skirts of beautifully forested Kanger Valley National Park. the area is home to Dhurwa, Bhatra and Ghond tribes, and is little effected from Naxalites` presence. I speaks good enough english, guide you in the area which I knows very well, and provide basic accommodation (in home or others) and delicious (veg./ non veg.) food. You can walk, hire bicycles, motorcycle (with or without a driver) or a car. there is no bus from jagdalpur to Chote kawali,but you can hire auto in Rs.400 till Chote kawali. I have the following itineraries (all distances from Chote kawali - -visiting many tribal villages. more than 10 villages are within walking distance from Chote kawali. watching and understanding local agriculture and using of forest (the women collect roots, leaves, branches, fruits, spices, wild bamboo, ants - for eating..., silk cocoons, medicines, minerals etc), local economy (a family leaves on 300-400 rupees per week... very simple life), making bamboo baskets and carpets; trying local food and alcoholic drinks; hearing stories about aid provided by government, corruption, marriage habits, life stories. -watching religious activities-visiting colorful weekly markets, at Nangur (Friday, 1 km) and remote Koleng (Saturday, 20 km, through the heart of Kanger Valley National Park), the last is attended mainly by distant forest tribal people. not far away are Tokapal (Monday, 25 km) and Dharba (Wednesday, 30 km) weekly markets.-*cock fighting* gathering at Alnar,Padmur,Dhaniyalur (almost every day in winter, 12 km). -a day with Bell Metal Craftsmen (Sagar family at Chilikuti village, 6 km. , using a unique technique of wax and clay. - explore Kanger Valley National Park, including Tirathghar Waterfalls (25 km, Kutumsar Cave and village (20 km), Kailash Cave (13 km), dense forest trails and roads. -visiting Gupteswar cave temple on Orissa`s border (35 km, mainly in dense forest including huge old Teak trees, the last one on foot, crossing the amazingly beautiful river hopping on huge granite boulders). if you prefer to stay in hotels/guest-houses rather than home stays, you can use Jagdalpur as a base, or you can stay in remoter villages with my friends. but it is a "no English (Website hidden by Airbnb) summarize shortly - an amazingly interesting experience.
I lives in Chote kawali village in a mud house with facility of local toilet, 20 km south of jagdalpur (the capital of Bastar region in Chhattisgarh state), on the skirts of beauti…
During your stay
I lives here, I can provide everything to the guest without delay.
  • Languages: English, हिन्दी
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within a day
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House rules
Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed
Safety & Property
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