Welcome to the nature lover’s paradise, Jharkhand – the Land of Forest. It is an ultimate destination for the wildlife enthusiasts. With exotic beauties like hills, mountains, forests and waterfalls, the state greets all who want a rendezvous with nature.
Jharkhand is blessed with natural resources and natural beauty in abundance. The main tourist attraction includes several attractions such as holy shrines, museums, and wildlife sanctuaries. Jharkhand was carved out of Bihar from the south and hence form a mixed culture in the state which is dominated by tribal population.
Ranchi is the capital of Jharkhand and one of the best places to explore for some of the best waterfalls in India. Ranchi is rightly called the “City of Waterfalls”. It is rich in mineral resources and hence also called “Manchester of the East”. Ranchi entertains its tourists with the plush mountains and hills and the heavenly waterfalls offering them the best sojourn to cherish for lifetime.
“The Steel City of India” Jamshedpur is the largest city in Jharkhand and is home to India’s first private iron and steel company ‘Tata Steel.’ The city is well-planned with several tourist attractions that offer a great experience to the tourists, especially nature lovers who can seek comfort in exploring the natural beauty of this place. The place was founded by Jamsedji Nusserwanji Tata, the great Industrialist and founder of the Tata Group. The scenic beauty of the city includes rich greenery and offers plenty of attractions for tourists to have a delightful holidaying experience.
Other popular places of Jharkhand include Hazaribagh – for wildlife tourism, greenery, great hills, and lovely weather, Deoghar – for being the hub of temples , Giridih – known for its mining towns and verdant hills, Dhanbad (also called “Coal Capital of India”) –for balancing industries with scenic beauty and Palamu for its wildlife sanctuary and offering great opportunity to the nature lovers, trekkers and wildlife lovers.