What To See
The newly formed state of Jharkhand is a nature lover's paradise, it is home to countless waterfalls, like the Hundru Falls, Lodh Falls and Johna Falls, where you can spend a day in peace and quiet surroundings. On this tour you can visit the lush green forests, national parks and some of the most popular rivers of the state
The rich forestland of the Chota Nagpur plateau, including Hazaribagh National Park and Palamau Tiger Reserve are areas where you can easily spot elephants, tigers, leopards and sloth bears. Another popular national park is the Betla National park, rich in forest area, hills and valleys.
Parasnath is the holiest place in Jharkhand, where hundreds of devotes throng every day. The Baidyanath Dham complex of Deoghar comprises of temples, which forms an important place of worship.
The state of Jharkhand is rich in culture and tradition; there are about 30 communities that exist in the region. Some of the major tribes are Santhals, Oraons, Mundas, Kharias, Hos and Cheros.
The State has hotels of star and non-star category catering to the needs of the tourists visiting Jharkhand. There are a number of luxurious hotels and inns in Jharkhand that provide almost all-modern facility for comfortable stay.
The state of Jharkhand is a popular tourist destination with the city of Ranchi as its capital. The other tourist places in Jharkhand include Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Hazaribagh, Betla, Deoghar, Dumka, Giridih, Netarhat and Saranda.