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Travelers are voting Betla Fort, Lodh Falls and Palamau Tiger Reserve as the best of 4 tourist attractions in Betla National Park. There are 1 tourist attraction in Lohardaga a city just 117 km from Betla National Park and 2 tourist attractions in Gumla which is 130 km distant. The most popular of these are McCluskieganj in Lohardaga and Palkot Wildlife Sanctuary in Gumla. You can find 152 tourist attractions in Jharkhand and 12957 tourist attractions in the country of India. Our members favorite in Jharkhand is Vaidyanath Jyotirlinga Temple and Mumbai is the top pick in India.

Office Of Palamu Tiger Reserve

The Palamau Tiger Reserve is one of the nine original tiger reserves in Jharkhand, India and the only one in this state. It forms part of Betla National Park and Palamau Wildlife Sanctuary.The Jharkhand forest department, between 1982 and 2014, has diverted 2,689.51 hectares (ha) of forest land, which includes 330.50 ha from the Palamu Tiger Reserve (PTR), without obtaining prior permission of Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) or the Supreme Court, says the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) in its audit report


Palamu New Fort

The Palamu Kila are two ruined forts located around 20 kilometres south east of the city of Daltonganj in the Indian state of Jharkhand. The old fort in the plains, which existed even before the Chero dynasty, was built by the King of Raksel dynasty.The Palamu Kila are two ruined forts located around south east of the city of Daltonganj in the Indian state of Jharkhand. These are large forts located deep in the forests of Palamu near Daltonganj[1][2] The first fort (old fort) is in the plains and the second fort (new fort)is in an adjoining hill,[3] and both overlook the meandering Auranga River (also known as Ornaga River [4]) in Palamu. The river looks like jagged teeth due to extensive rock exposures in the bed of the river which may perhaps be the source of the name ‘Palamau’, meaning the “place of the fanged river.”[1][4] The forts are in a densely forested area of the Betla National Park.[5] The forts are close to each other and lie about 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Daltonganj.[6

Kechki Sangam

Kechki Sangam is the meeting point of two local River Namely Koel and Orga. It located about 10 km away from Betla. If you plan to visit this spot then the rainy seasonis perfect for you. It is an ideal place for picnicking. You can also indulge in swimming and boating here.Talah Hot Water Spring is a tourist attraction located about 34 km away from Betla. It is famous for its remedial properties. Some other important tour spots around the Betla National Park are Mirchaiya Falls (30 km), Suga dam (60 km), Mandal dam (45 km), and Shiv Temple Barawadih (15 km).

Lodh Waterfalls, Latehar

The Lodh Falls is a waterfall in a mid forest of Latehar district of Palamu division in the Indian state of Jharkhand. It is the highest waterfall in Jharkhand and the 21st highest waterfall in India.It is located on the Burha River, deep in the forest of the Latehar district the Chota Nagpur Plateau.[2] The Lodh Falls is a tiered waterfall with multiple distinct drops in a relatively close succession. It is 143 metres (469 ft) high. The thundering sound of the fall is audible even 10 km away.

Raj Chainpur Fort

The early history of Palamau is not authentic but we have legends about it. It is, however, certain that Kbarwars, Oraons and Cheros, the three aboriginal races practically ruled over the tract. The Kbarwars claim to be Suryavansbi Ksbatriyas1. They trace their descent from Ajanagara or Ayodhya. Karusa was the sixth son of Manu Vaivasvata and he was assigned the eastern tenrritory. The descendants of Karusa, were called Karusas who subsequently come to be known as Karwars or Kharwars. According to tradition they were the rulers of Rohtasgarh. The Kharwars point to the days of Pratapadhaval, one of the line of chiefs who ruled there in the twelfth century A.D., during the time of their greatest prosperity.


Lower Ghaghri Falls is located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from Netarhat in Latehar district in the Indian state of Jharkhand. It is the 33rd highest waterfall in India. It is known for its mesmerizing beauty and a major tourist attraction in Jharkhand.This waterfall is situated on the Ghaghri River, tributary of Auranga River. The forest around the Lower Ghaghri Falls is so dense that even sun rays find it difficult to pierce through. The water falls from the height of 320 feet (98 m) from the cascade. The sound of falling water makes the surrounding musical. The Upper Ghaghri Falls, 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from Netarhat, is a smaller waterfall, below Netarhat Dam

Koel View Point

Once in Netarhat, it is hard to resist the charm of the River Koel. It is about 2 KMS form the bus-stand in between the jungles of Chirpines reaches you to the Koel View Point. The river flows about 10 kms below the site. Origination from a local hilly village Tutua Paani, the sun osculate waters share the spectacle of dawn and twilight, reflecting the myriad hues of the rising and setting sun. from deep crimson to fiery orange, or just the lilac and azure of a cloudless sky , the clear waters of the river mirror the passing moods of a nature at its scintillating best. Do not forget to watch the river during moonlit nights as well, when the water seems to get transformed into a silvery stream. Located on the banks of the river are clusters of small villages as Saarna Toli, Chaatan Jori resided by the primitive tribes that compel you to scribble some brisk notes or go for random shots with your camera, capturing their interesting ways of life.

Sugga Bandh Waterfall

Suga Bandh Waterfall is the ultimate offbeat destination in Jharkhand. Located on the way to Netarhat from Betla National Park, the waterfall is surrounded by forest and blue hills. Know more about the timings, tickets, stays, tips and the best time to visit, Suga Bandh Waterfall.Apparently once there was a parrot whose wife was very thirsty but unfortunately, there was no trace of water nearby. The worried parrot started searching for water wherever possible and finally found the waterfall, hidden in the jungle. The water of the fall was flowing at a great speed, as a result, the parrot could not collect the water so it came up with a plan. The parrot collected the tiny rocks from nearby and created a Bandh (Dam) and this is how it was able to stop the water. The parrot then collected the water and gave it to its wife

Magnolia Sunset Point, Netarhat

Magnolia Point is located at a distance of 10 km from the region of Netarhat and it offers a good view of the sunset. The point is located in close to the Vindhya Hills.h. Story about this point and paintings related to this story will also good. Hills at that area gives great look of that point. Forest is also very beautiful. This is the place where you can experience the natural beauty of our forests.