Tourism in Jharkhand

Fast Facts

  • Area: 79,714 Sq. Km
  • Population: 27 million
  • Capital: Ranchi
  • Districts: 24
  • Airports: Ranchi (connected with Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Patna, Bangalore, Raipur & Chandigarh)
  • Climate: Pleasant and equable throughout the year.
  • Clothing: Summer - Light Cottons Winter - Heavy woolens.
  • Languages spoken: Santhali, Mundari, Kurukh, Khortha, Nagpuria, Sadri, Khariya, Panchparagnia, Ho, Karmali, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali
  • Best Time to visit: February to April

Hundru Fall

Hundru Fall

Hundru fall is about 45 kms away from Ranchi Town. The Swarnarekha river falls from a height of 320 feet making a wonderful scene known as Hundru falls. At the base of the fall a beautiful pool is formed which allows visitors to take a good bath, but with precautions. During rainy season it takes a formidable form but in summer it turns in to an exciting picnic spot. The diverse shape of the rock adds splendour to the place, which has been shaped from the attrition by the frequent fall of water. The picturesque grandeur of Hundru falls mesmerize the tourists, and fill their hearts with delight.

Jonha Fall

Jonha Fall

From Ranchi take the NH-32 to Angarha. From there a left turn takes you 22 km to Hundru, whereas the straight road takes you to Jonha and Sita, 16 km from Angarha is Amrutbagan Chowk, from where a 5 km drive will take you to Jonha. 1 km short of Jonha is a diversion, from where a 5 km drive will take you to Sita.

Dassam Fall

Dassam Fall

The Dassam Falls is a natural cascade across the Kanchi River, a tributary of the Subarnarekha River. The water falls from a height of 44 metres (144 ft). The sound of water echoes all around the place. Dassam Falls at one of the edges of the Ranchi plateau is one of the many scarp falls in the region. The Dassam Falls is an example of a nick point caused by rejuvenation. Knick point, also called a nick point or simply nick, represents breaks in slopes in the longitudinal profile of a river caused by rejuvenation. The break in channel gradient allows water to fall vertically giving rise to a waterfall. The water of the Dassam Falls is very clean and clear. It is natural for a tourist to be enticed to enter the water for a bath or swim but tourists are warned not to do so because of the current that is generated. There have been many cases of drowning in Dassam Falls.

The Dassam Falls is 40 kilometres (25 mi) from Ranchi on NH 33 or Ranchi-Jamshedpur highway.

Betla National Park

Betla

Betla National Park is a national park located in the Chota Nagpur Plateau of the Palamu district of the Indian state of Jharkhand, in India. The park boasts a wide variety of wild life. Initially comprising the 1,026 km² of the Palamau Tiger Reserve, an additional 226 km² was added to the park in 1989 and 63 km² of the Mahuadar wolf sanctuary. Betla was one of the first national parks in India to become a tiger reserve under Project Tiger. The park is under administration of the forest department.

Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary

Dalma

Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is located 10 km from the city of Jamshedpur in the Indian state of Jharkhand. It was inaugurated by Sanjay Gandhi in 1975. Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is situated around the Dalma Hills. Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is a much larger area starting from Chandil to 40 km east. The Sacntuary on paper is spread around in 195 km².

Rock Garden

Rock Garden

Rock Garden is located in Ranchi town. Best place to spend holiday. It is situated about 4 km away from Albert Ekka chowk. There is a big lake beside the hill that is known as Kanke dam.

Netarhat

Netrahat

Netarhat is located in Latehar district, also known as 'Queen of Chhotanagpur' It is 145 km from Ranchi town by road.


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