Jharkhand

Jharkhand is a paradise for those who love nature and history or want to discover the country’s tribal heritage. Explore its national parks, witness vibrant tribal festivals, and visit historical sites that reveal the deep-rooted culture of the state.

Jharkhand, located in eastern India, is known for its rich tribal culture, pristine natural beauty, and industrial growth. Often referred to as the “Land of Forests,” Jharkhand offers a unique blend of heritage, wilderness, and adventure. It is a treasure trove for nature enthusiasts, history buffs, and those seeking a deeper understanding of India’s tribal heritage. Exploring Jharkhand allows you to witness lush forests, serene waterfalls, vibrant tribal festivals, and historical sites that reveal the state’s deep-rooted culture. Jharkhand is home to several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, including Betla National Park and Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can spot tigers, leopards, and various bird species. Dassam Falls, Hundru Falls, and Jonha Falls are the picturesque waterfalls that adorn Jharkhand’s landscape. The state’s lush greenery and diverse flora and fauna make it a paradise for eco-tourism.

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    THINGS TO DO IN JHARKHAND

    Wildlife

    Wildlife

    Located in Latehar district, Betla National Park is a popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts. Take a safari to spot tigers, elephants, leopards, and various species of birds. The park also offers trekking opportunities.

    Visit Deoghar

    Visit Deoghar

    Known for its religious significance, Deoghar is a major pilgrimage site for Hindus. Pay a visit to the famous Baidyanath Temple, which attracts devotees from all over the country.                                                                                                                

    Trek to Netarhat

    Trek to Netarhat

    Known as the “Queen of Chotanagpur,” Netarhat is a hill station located at an altitude of 3,700 feet. Enjoy the breathtaking views of sunrise and sunset from the famous Netarhat Plateau.                                                                            

    BEST TIME TO VISIT JHARKHAND

    SUMMER SEASON

    (April to June)

    Summer in Jharkhand can be hot, making it suitable for hill station escapes and exploring tribal villages.

    WINTER SEASON

    (October to March)

    The winter months are the best time to visit Jharkhand, with pleasant weather for outdoor activities and wildlife safaris.

    MONSOON SEASON

    (July to September)

    The monsoon season brings heavy rainfall to the region, creating lush landscapes but less favorable conditions for outdoor activities.

    HOW TO REACH JHARKHAND

    To reach Jharkhand, you have multiple options: by air, road, or train.

     
    The easiest and fastest way to reach Jharkhand is by air. The state has several airports, including Birsa Munda Airport in Ranchi, which is the largest and busiest airport in Jharkhand. You can book a flight to Ranchi from major cities in India, such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bangalore.
    Jharkhand has an extensive railway network, and major cities like Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, and Bokaro have well-connected railway stations.
    Jharkhand is well-connected by road to neighboring states and major cities. National Highways like NH-2, NH-6, NH-23, and NH-33 pass through Jharkhand, making it accessible by road. You can either drive your own vehicle or hire a taxi to reach Jharkhand.

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    FAQs

    Can I go on a wildlife safari in Jharkhand?

    Yes, Jharkhand has wildlife sanctuaries and national parks where you can go on wildlife safaris. Betla National Park, Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary, and Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the prominent ones.

    Are there any adventure activities to do in Jharkhand?

    Yes, Jharkhand offers various adventure activities for thrill-seekers. You can indulge in activities like trekking in Netarhat, Parasnath, and Dalma Hills, rock climbing in Ranchi and Hazaribagh, and white water rafting in the Subarnarekha River. 

    What are some local delicacies to try in Jharkhand?

    Jharkhand has a rich culinary heritage. Some local delicacies to try include Dhuska, Rugra, Sanai Chutney, Thekua, and Handia. Don’t miss the opportunity to savor these unique flavors during your visit to Jharkhand!