Jonha is about 40 km. away from Ranchi. The road leading to Jonha is a bit narrow but not so rough and rugged as well as arduous as that of Hundru. There is also a hospice Tourists rest house which accommodates Lord Gautam Budha
With a name like that it almost seems as if it might prove a hindrance to visit this lovely waterfall but no. Ranchi has specially been adorned with falls and streams. Hundru fall is about 45 kms away from Ranchi Town. The Swarnarekha river falls from a height of 320 feet forming a picture postcard like picture. At the base of the fall a beautiful pool is formed which allows visitors to take a good Liril like dip, but with precaution.
About 40 km. away from Ranchi on Tata Road falls a village named Taimara near which flows the Kanchi river, Falling from a height of about 144 feet Kanchi river makes a pretty fall called Dassam falls known as Dassam Ghagh also encircled with charming scences. The tourists are warned not to take bath in the falls or at least be careful while bathing in the stream.
About Hazaribagh Wildlife National Park The Hazaribagh National Park lies in the newly formed state of Jharkhand. The sanctuary spread in an area of 184 sq km and lies at an altitude of 615 m. the park have the undulating terrain and steep hills with dense tropical forests and grass meadows. The Hazaribagh National Park has abundant wild animals like the Chital, Nilgai, Panther, Sambar, Sloth Bear, Tiger and Wild Boar. The Cheetal, Kakar, Nilgai, Sambar and Wild Boar are among the most easily and often spotted anim... read more
General Information Area covered- 193square.kilometers. Best time to visit- February-March. Location- The sanctuary is located close to Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. Explore the wilds of Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary! The sanctuary is situated near the city of Jamshedpur in the state of Jharkhand. The sanctuary covers an area of around 193 square. kilometers and abounds in natural vegetation cover. The summers here are very pleasant and people from all over the country are attracted towards this place. During summer the temper... read more
Situated in the district of Daltonganj, Palamau Sanctuary is spread over an area of 979sq.km. The core area of 232 sq. kms of the sanctuary was declared as Betla National park in September1989. The park occupies the western parts of the Chotanagpur plateau and was constituted in the year 1960 as an extension of the Hazaribagh National park. Palamau has the distinction of being the forest where the world's first tiger census was enumerated in 1932. The park became one of the earliest 9 tiger reserves in India under ... read more