Ghatshila is memorable for its great scenic beauty along with its rustic appeal. Ghatshila fascinated many creative people to come with their own version of Ghatshila as they have seen and experienced it.
Just 4 hours drive through Bombay road. Ghatshila, situated in Dalma range, overlooking the Dalma hills, huge open space, flowers, seclusion, nature which inspired Aranyak by Bhibhutibhusan Bandopadhyay and if you are lucky you can also get a glimpse of Dalma elephants. Many sightseeing options. Sure to make the best possible weekend gateway from Kolkata.
Place Code BE1700
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Trekking through the dense sal forest on the Phuldungri hill or through the forest and villages leading to the Dharagiri falls.
Speed boating or paddle boating on the Burudih Dam
Picnic on the bank of Subernarekha river or beside Dharagiri waterfalls.
Ghatshila is a great place for sight seeing.
Phuldungri Hill a small hill covered with sal trees and laid with red pebbles.
Burudih Dam, the bank of which also renders the Binda Mela every year on the month of October.
Dimna Lake an artificial lake present about 20 minutes away from the central city and located at the foot of the Dalma mountain.
Chandil Lake beside the Chandil dam located at Umesh Nagar in Chandil.
Spendid Dassam Falls, located near Taimara village in Bundu police station of Ranchi district.
Rankini Mata temple opposite to Jadugora hills.
Dharagiri waterfalls from the Dharagiri hills with prehistoric stone carvings on the riverside rocks.
Ratmohona on the bank of Subernarekha river famous for sunrise and sunset views.
Panch Pandav a small hill believed to created by the Pandavas.
Bibhuti Memorial Bhavan which hold the original manuscript of Pather Panchali, dresses of Bibhutibushan, some priceless photographs and a lot more.
Besides are Naroa Forest, Hindustan Copper Limited, Purna Pani, Mosaboni Mines, Jadugora, Surda Pahar, Moubhandar, Tumandungri, The River Subarnarekha, Kerukocha and Baba Bhairob .
Best Time to Visit
The place can be visited throughout the year. Every season bear its own beauty and bothering. Monsoon brings new freshness to the forest and the rivers though the site seeing and trekking becomes difficult. Days are hot while nights are cold both during summer and winter.
How to Reach
By Rail nearest railway station is Ghatshila. By road Ghatshila is at a distance of 240 km from Kolkata and 45 km from Jamshedpur. If travelling from Kolkata, take NH6 till Baharagora and then travel to Jamshedpur.
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Driver accommodation cost INR 1300 per head per day including all meals
Children Policy : 1- 5 years of age complimentary, 6-9 years of age half charge and from 10 years onwards full charge.