Ranchi-Netarhat-Betla Tour

Ranchi-Netarhat-Betla Tour

Ranchi-Netarhat-Betla Tour Package: 4N/5D


Pickup from Ranchi Rly Station/Airport

Check in to Hotel. After breakfast Visit  Ranchi Lake, Dassam Falls(35km), Rock garden, Tagore Hill &  Kakay Dam.

Stay in Ranchi.

Day 2:

Ranchi To Netarhat (156 km)

Early morning set out to Netarhat. Post lunch sightseeing to Netarhat Dam, Naspati Garden, Upper Ghagri, Netarhat school etc.  Enjoy wonderful view of setting sun on the hills Chotanagpur from Sunset point.

Stay in Netarhat.

Day 3:

Netarhat To Betla Wild Life Sanctuary Forest (111 km)

After breakfast drive from Netarhat to Betla. On the way visit Mirchaiya Water Falls and Lodh water Falls, Suga Dam. Post lunch visit Betla National Park (Jeep safari).

Stay in Betla.

Day 4:

Betla To Ranchi (170km)

Go for Elephant Safari. Post Safari start for Ranchi via Kechki River & Palamau Fort.

Evening- free for shopping. Stay in Ranchi.

Day 5:

Early morning visit Patratu Dam(40km) and back to Hotel.

Start for return Journey.

Note : Rajarappa, a famous tourist destination, is 86km from Ranchi.

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The Capital city of Jharkhand, Ranchi is a favourite tourist destination in Jharkhand and known as City of Waterfalls. It is located at a height of 2,140 ft above the sea level, entirely covered with reddish soil. The natural beauty of Ranchi with greeneries has been a source of refreshment to the tourists for years. The hills, lakes, falls and gardens in the capital city of Jharkhand have added to the scenic beauty of the city and its surrounding areas. Ranchi has been blessed with many magnificent water falls, lush green hilly regions, barren rocks and greenish beautiful valleys.

Wide forest area in and around Ranchi are very rich in variety of trees and wild animals. Maugha, sal, simul and gambhar are some of the trees seen in these forests. Bears, nilgai, hares, sambar and chital are the animals usually habited in the forests in Ranchi. The charming destinations include Ranchi Hill, Jonha Falls, Kanke Dam, Tagore Hill, Ranchi Lake, Hundru Falls, Jagannath temple, Hatia Museum and Tribal Research Institute and Museum etc.


Netarhat is a town in Latehar district (earlier in the erstwhile Palamu district) in Jharkhand state. Referred to as the “Queen of Chotanagpur”, it is a popular hill station.The town is famous for Netarhat Residential School, set up in 1954 and for its glorious sunrises and sunsets. Netarhat has several places of tourist interests including Magnolia Point (10 km from Netarhat, ideal site for viewing sunset), Upper Ghaghri Falls (4 km from Netarhat), Lower Ghaghri Falls (10 km from Netarhat), Koel View Point (3 km from Netarhat), Lodh Falls (60 km from Netarhat, the highest waterfall in Jharkhand), Sadni Falls (35 km from Netarhat).

 Betla National Park

Betla National Park is a beautiful forest zone spread over the hilly terrain of Palamau district, west of Ranchi. Wild elephants wander without restraints in the forests of this park. Betla stands as an acronym for Bison, Elephant, Tiger, Leopard and Axis-axis. Though primary attractions here is observing wildlife from a close range, but the park stand out from the rest is due to the presence of two forts inside its premises.

The park stretches over an area of around 979 sq. km, out of which 232 sq. km forms the main area and has the status of being one of the 9 tiger reserves that were first established in India. Due to a diversified ecosystem, the Betla National Park is home to a variety of wildlife. The park houses luxuriant sal and bamboo trees. The Southern side of the forest is dominated by Sal trees whereas the Bel Aegle marmelos dominate the northern part of the forest reserve. The surging terrains of the park is marked by small hills like the Netarhat, Huluk, Murhu and Gulgul. Several waterfalls and hot water springs found inside the park make it an interesting place to explore.

The animals found here include elephant, leopard, panther, jackal, monkey, Indian civet, chital, sloth bear, sambhar, nilgai, langur, mouse deer, porcupine and chinkara among others. The birdlife of the Betla National is also very rich featuring birds such as the hornbill, peafowl, red jungle fowl, black partridge, white necked stork, black ibis, swamp grey, pied born bill, wagtails, the harial, doves, drongo, the crested serpent-eagle, forest owls etc. Aquatic birds like teal, duck, snipe and geese are also found near the Kamaldah Lake.

Ranchi-Netarhat-Betla Tour: Best time- October to March.



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