The Kailash and Kutumsar Caves are situated at a distance of around 40 km from Jagdalpur. They are situated in the dense forests of Kanger Valley National Park, close to the Tiratgarh Waterfalls. The Kutumsar Caves are essentially underground gives in that are arranged 35 m subterranean level and incorporate phenomenal developments of stalagmites and stalactites.
The hollows are thought to be the second longest normal collapses the world and comprise of five chambers and a few visually impaired wells. The caves are two kilometers deep and pitch-dark and are open just up to a specific direct, owing toward absence of oxygen in the profound parts.
The Kailash Cave is situated on a small hill and was found in 1993. The give in has a length of almost 100 m. It has a restricted passage and contains stalagmite and stalactite developments. A stalagmite development in the state of a Shivlinga is arranged toward the finish of the give in. The interesting thing is that when struck by hand, the hollow walls of the give in make stunning melodic sounds.