Ranchi, the capital city of Jharkhand is known as the ‘City of Waterfalls’ because of the multiple cascading natural waterfalls which will captivate your souls as soon as you witness their breathtaking beauty. This place is also rich in a lot of mineral resources and some of the top places to see in Ranchi are Hundru Falls, Dassam Falls, Jonha Falls, Birsa Zoological Park and the Ranchi Lake.Deoghar
Also known as the ‘City of Temples’ is a famous pilgrim spot for Hindus and this holy towns has many temples and shrines, located in the backdrop of a scenic environment. Regardless of what faith you have, you will feel a different kind of divine positivity when you are in this land. Some of the must-visit spots are baba Baidyanath Temple, Trikuta Hills, Harila Jo and the Satsanga Ashram.Hazaribagh
This is a home to some of the most unique flora and fauna of the state. This land, satiated at 2019 feet above the sea level, is a very well-known health resort and houses some of the best gardens of the state. Some of the must-visit sight-seeing places are Hazaribagh Lake, Canary Hills, Hazaribagh National Park, Isco Rock Art, Suraj Kund and Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary.Giridih
Giridih, also called as the ‘Land of Hills’, is the highest peak of Jharkhand and is also a land of Jain Pilgrims because of some of the most important places of holy importance located here. This place also boasts about scenic forests which cover the mountains and some of the spots which you need to visit are Parasnath Hills, Usri Falls, Madhuban, Khandoli Park and Jharkhandi Dam.
Sahibganj is not a very popular tourist place in Jharkhand but is totally worth a visit because of the breathtaking natural views, trekking routes and ancient sites located here. Hence, if you want to visit a place which is not excessively crowded by tourists and want to get away from the hustle and bustle of hectic life, this is an ideal spot for you.Jamshedpur
Jamshedpur, home to the Tata Steel Industries which is the first private iron and steel plant in India, is also a place rich in greenery and flourishing forests. It is indeed a great thing to witness co-existence of industries as well as vibrant environment flourishing at the same place. Some of the must visit places here are Dalma Hills, Jubilee Park, Jubilee Lake, Jayanti Sarovar and Dimna Lake.Dhanbad
Known as the ‘Coal Capital of India’, this is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, which has many more attractions for tourists than just the coal mines. Located In the laps of lush green valleys covered with forests, the lakes, Goddess Durga and Lord Shiva Temple and Buddhist and Jain Temples are the main reason why tourists gather here regularly.Palamu
This mesmerizing destination is where tourists flock from all over the country. It houses a wildlife sanctuary, a national park and is a dream destination for nature enthusiasts, wildlife lovers and trekkers who are constantly seeking for an adventure and unique travel experience while on a vacation.