Falling in the Latehar district of Jharkhand, Netarhat is the highest point of Chotanagpur plateau, popularly known as Queen of Chotanagpur. It is best known for the sunrise and sunset views it offers, especially during summers. When travelling by road from Ranchi to Netarhat, you will cross seven hills on your way and a little more than 96 miles.
Netarhat comes under the tag of lesser-known tourist places. Netarhat is around 156 km to the west of Ranchi and 210 km from Daltonganj. It is also notable for the renowned Netarhat Residential School which was started in the year 1954. Essentials like medicines are a must-carry as there is a low probability of chemist shops being present nearby.
Attractions: Jubilee Park,Dalma Wild Life Sanctuary, Dimna Lake, Sir Darobji Tata Park, Tata Steel Zoological Park, Bhuvaneshwari Temple, Russi Modi Centre of Excellence, HUDCO Lake, JRD Tata Sports Complex, Bhatia Park, Kadma, Theme Park,Millennium Park, Sumant Moolgaokar Park, Jamshedpur Coin Museum,Rock Garden, Marine Drive, Dalma Hills, Ghatshila, etc…
Nearby Places: Ranchi, Deoghar, Giridih, Hazaribagh, Palamu, Dhanbad, Netarhat, Bokaro, Sahibganj, etc…
Best Time to visit: November to February is the best time to visit.
Peak Season: November to February.
How to Reach
- By Air: Jamshedpur doesn’t have a common air terminal. The closest air terminal, in any case, is the Ranchi Airport Ranchi which is around 150 km away.
Closest Airport: Birsa Munda Airport (IXR) – 107 kms from Jamshedpur.
- By Rail: Tatanagar is the significant railhead in Jamshedpur, which is very much associated with the vast majority of the urban areas in the nation.
- By Road: Normal transport administrations are likewise accessible from Patna, Kolkatta, Gaya, Ranchi and Hazaribagh. One can go around in auto-rickshaws, minibusses or enlisted taxis. Taking a minibus is the most conservative choice.