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Jharkhand Experience

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The name Jharkhand literally means ‘bush land’ or ‘land of the forests’. And it is so appropriate with the state filled with lush green and dense forests. A state in the Eastern part of India perched on the mineral rich Chhotanagpur plateau was carved out of Bihar many years ago. Diverse with the rich tribal culture the state has an amazing mix of hiils, rivers, forests and stunning waterfalls. There is much more to discover and explore more than that as mass tourism is yet to take off so it’s the ideal offbeat destination to visit.

The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.

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Overview

  • Destination: Jharkhand
  • Nearest City (Airport): Ranchi
  • Best Months: October to March
  • Duration: On request
  • Dates: On request
  • Price: On request

Experience


The land of forests, Jharkhand is the ultimate destination for those who love nature and wildlife. The state is indeed blessed geographically with hills, mountains, perennial rivers, forests, and waterfalls. And add to it the beautiful and simple tribal culture in commune with the nature responsible of conserving the forests as is in spite of the dangers of industrialization.
There are many places to visit and many things to do depending on what your interests could be. You would need more than a week to explore these places in the state. If you are traveling to and exploring India, Jharkhand definitely needs to be a part of your itinerary and you would definitely keep on coming back to explore more ☺.

Following are some of the places and experiences we have listed. Based on your interests and time we could curate a personalized itinerary for you.

RANCHI
The capital of Jharkhand, Ranchi is also known as ‘the City of Waterfalls’. Located at an altitude of 650 m above sea level, the city is surrounded by mountains, hills, forests and of course many stunning waterfalls. The geographical location and the greenery ensures that the city has pleasant weather all throughout the year.
Best Time To Visit: September to May
Places To Visit: Hundru Falls, Dassam Falls, Jonha Falls, Panch Gagh Falls, Birsa Zoological Park, Ranchi Lake, Kanke Dam, Jagannath Temple, Nakshatra Van, Sun Temple, Pahari Mandir, Rock Garden, Deer Park.
How To Get There: By Air (Birsa Munda Airport, Ranchi), Rail and Road.

JAMSHEDPUR
Jamshedpur was the first city in India to have the first private iron and steel plant, and hence is also known as the “Steel City of India”. In addition to the industrialization in the city, there are large green spots all around that attracts tourists from all around.
Best Time To Visit: October to March.
Places To Visit: Dalma Hills, Jubilee Park, Jubilee Lake, Jayanti Sarovar, Tata Steel Zoological Park, Tribal Culture Centre, Bhuvneshwari Temple.
How To Get There: Well connected by Air (Domestic Airport), Rail and Road.

HAZARIBAGH
Hazaribagh, which means a thousand gardens is the home to the largest wildlife sanctuary in the state. Apart from the gardens the place has temples, hills, waterfalls and diverse flora and fauna in the sanctuary.
Best Time To Visit: October to March.
Places To Visit: Canary Hill, Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary, Hazaribagh National Park, Isko Village, Suryakund, Rajarappa Temple, Konar Dam.
How To Get There: Well connected by rail and road. The nearest railway station is Kodarma (50 km away) and the nearest airport is in Ranchi (100 km away).

GIRIDIH
Giridih was once part of Hazaribagh, but now a separate city known for its mining towns, hills and forests. This ‘Land of the Hills” is widely visited by Jain pilgrims. Apart from the beautiful Jain temples there are lovely valleys, hills and dams.
Best Time To Visit: October to March.
Places To Visit: Parashnath Hills, Usri Falls, Khandoli Park and Dam, Madhuvan, Jharkhandi Dham, Harihar, Dham, Surya Temple, Devari Temple.
How To Get There: Well connected by rail and road and not so by air.

DHANBAD
Dhanbad is also known as the ‘Coal Capital of India’ owing to the coal mining done here. However, beyond the mines there are magnificent valleys and green forests. A lot of devotees visit Dhanbad to pay a visit to Dalmi, a religious site where the idols of Goddess Durga, Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha, and Nandi are placed. The city has several Buddhist and Jain sites too that gives tourists a more enlightening holiday experience.
Best Time To Visit: October to March.
How To Get There: Well connected by rail and road. The nearest airport is in Ranchi (150 km away).

BOKARO
Bokaro is an industrialized city of Jharkhand. Apart from the modernity the city has to offer it has many natural sites, tourist attractions for travelers and many temples for the devotees as well. The city has pleasant and comfortable weather thanks to the green natural surroundings.
Best Time To Visit: October to March.
Places To Visit: Bokaro Steel City, Garga Dam, Jawaharlal Nehru Biological Park, City Park, Jagannath Temple, Gayatri Mandir, Chas, Kali Mandir, Siwandih, Noori Masjid, Aaiyappa Mandir.
How To Get There: Well connected by rail and road. The nearest airport is in Ranchi (112 km away).

NETARHAT
Also known as the ‘Queen of Chhotanagpur’, Netarhat is a beautiful hill station in Jharkhand. With serene surroundings and scenic landscapes this is an ideal destination for travelers wanting to get away from the busy city life and spending a few days relaxing peacefully in cool and comfortable environs of the nature.
Best Time To Visit: October to March.
Places To Visit: Netarhat Hills, Koel View Point, Sadni Falls, Magnolia Sunset Point, Upper and Lower Ghagri Falls.
How To Get There: Well connected by road. The nearest railway station is in Kumendi (95 km away). The nearest airport is in Ranchi (155 km away).

Inclusions

Inclusions

  • Airport transfers.
  • Transport (Innova AC or similar car) for the specified duration of the trip.
  • Fuel costs, driver’s allowance and stay, parking & toll charges.
  • Hotel accommodation in hotels and resorts with breakfast.
  • Other inclusions as per the experience/trip and/or specifically requested.

Exclusions

  • Entry tickets (incl. camera charges) to monuments, temples, parks etc.
  • Meals, water and beverages unless specified.
  • Guide Services.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Any Airfare.
  • Tips.
  • Insurance.
  • GST.
  • Any item that is not mentioned in inclusions.

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