Address: SH9, Betla, Jharkhand 822111, India.
This National Park is the first National Park in India which becomes in the list of Project Tiger which is located on the Chhota Nagpur Plateau. Popular visitor attractions are Gour, Chital, Elephant, Tiger, Panther, Sloth and Wild Bear, Sambhar, Nilgai, Kakar, Mouse Dee and also you can visit Betla waterfall, hot springs, and monuments from here.
Address: Ranchi District, Tarub, Jharkhand 835204, India.
This is one of the top-rated visited attractions in Jharkhand. The meaning of Dassam falls is �pouring water�. This waterfall is a natural cascade across the Kanchi River and it falls from 44 meters height. The crystal clear water and surrounding natural beauty are really worth to visit.
Address: National Highway 33, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand 832401, India.
This wildlife sanctuary is established in 1976 inaugurated by Sanjay Gandhi. This sanctuary is known as the paradise of elephants. The sanctuary is also a habitat to leopard, barking deer, moose, deer, sloth bear, and giant squirrel. The sanctuary is rich in Northern dry mixed deciduous forests and in Sry Peninsular Sal forests.
Address: Morabadi Rd, Van Vrindavan Colony, Morabadi, Ranchi, Jharkhand 834008, India.
Tagore Hill is a favorite tourist destination in Jharkhand, especially for sunrise and sunset watching. This hill becomes popular because it was an ashram of Rabindra Nath�s elder brother Jyotindra Nath. Once you reach the top of the hill, you can enjoy the panoramic views of the city. At the base of the hill you can find Ramkrishna Mission Ashram.
Address: Sonatore Para, Suri, West Bengal 731101, India.
You can visit amazing collections of 72 extant terracotta temples in Maluti. These temples were built in the 17th& 19th centuries by the kings of the Baj Basanta dynasty. This is listed as a World cultural heritage site. The most important temple is that of Goddess Mauliksha, the chief deity of the royal family.
Address: Canary Hill Rd, Hazaribagh, Jharkhand 825301, India.
It was established in 1954 and considered one of the oldest National Parks in India located at Hazaribag. It provides a natural habitat for rare and endangered species of birds and animals. Popular visitor attractions are rare species of birds, plants, animals like tigers, Cheetal, Nilgai, Sambar, and Wild Boar.
Address: Netarhat, Jharkhand, India.
This is a favorite tourist destination in Jharkhand for nature lovers. This hill station is known as the �Queen of Chotta Nagpur�. This is a popular sunrise & sunset watching destination and other things you can explore here includes Sadni falls, Koel View Point, Magnolia Point, Ghaghri Falls, etc.
Address: Ranchi Lake, Upper Bazar, Ranchi, Jharkhand 834001.
This charming lake is situated on the base of Ranchi Hills, which is an amazing man-made lake that was built by British National Colonel Onsely in 1842. Things you can enjoy here include ideal spots for family picnicking, boating and enjoy the panoramic views of the city from the top of Shiva Mandir over here.
Address: Main Road, NH33, Ormanjhi, Jharkhand 835219, India.
This biological park spreads around 104 ha which offers a natural habitat for wildlife. Top attractions of this park are the Muta crocodile breeding center, attractive animals like deer, peacock, elephants, etc. It also houses a botanical park with rare species of plants & trees.
Address: Jagannathpur Chowk Khataal, Sector 1 Jagannathpur, hec, Khataal, Dhurwa, Khataal, Jagannathpur, Ranchi, Jharkhand 834004, India.
This temple is located at Ranchi and was built by the king of Barkagarh Jagannathpur Thakur Ani Nath Shahdeo. The temple is located on a hillock with amazing surrounding natural beauty. The temple was built in the same architectural model of Puri Jagannath temple. Since the beginning itself, this was a popular pilgrim site in Jharkhand.