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Netarhat, Jharkhand

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If you have not seen the sunrise and sunset from Netarhat, then you are yet to see the best of both. Once a retreat for the British during colonial times, it is now a hill station destination. Located on a large plateau and tucked away in the interiors of Jharkhand state, the city is frequented by tourists who love to spend time idling and enjoying some quality time. The route to the city passes through grasslands, plains and deciduous forests with faraway mountains forming great backdrops. Take your family on a joyous ride through reserved forests, waterfalls and iconic sunrise and sunset points to make it a holiday to remember. September to April is a great time to visit Netarhat. The city is approximately 83 kilometres away from Latehar, the district headquarters, and 150 kilometres from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand. Nearest Rail station is Barwadih about 97 kilometres away. The nearest airport is at Ranchi, about 155 kilometres away.
Netarhat

Nearby Places to See

Sunrise and Sunset Points
The sunrise point is within the city limits, 2 kilometres from the city centre. Be there before 5.30 am to witness the magical view. Sunset point also known as Magnolia point is approximately 9 kilometres away from the city. Be there by 6pm to get a complete view of the sunset.
Sunrise and Sunset Points
Betla National Park
Betla National Park
Covering an area close to 1000 square kilometres., the national park is home to a wide variety of flora along with animals like elephant, tiger, Indian Gaur, Sloth Bear, Leopard and Sambar among others. Elephant rides and Safari are organised by the forest department.
Lower Ghagri and Upper Ghagri Waterfalls
Formed by the Ghagri river these small waterfalls are located within a short distance from the city. Located in the woods both waterfalls are good getaways.
Koel Point
Koel Point
It is a viewpoint with long-reach views over the plains interspersed with villages, rivers and hills. Located very close to the city on the edge of the plateau, a pleasant walk leads to the place. The forests around the place are inviting for a quiet walk.
Lodh Waterfall
It is a fabulous waterfall located about 60 kilometres away from Netarhat. The stream rolls down into the valley from 2 points thus forming 2 adjacent waterfalls of about 80 feet height. The natural settings make it a great place to visit.
Lodh Waterfall
Surkai Ghagri Waterfall
One of the best waterfalls in the region, it is inside a reserved forest about 60 kilometres away from Netarhat. A short downhill walk leads to the waterfall. This waterfall is about 80-90 feet in height and forms a small pool at the base.
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