Netarhat Is An Offbeat Hill Station In Jharkhand With Some Mesmerising Waterfalls And Wildlife

Netarhat
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Love mountains but had enough of Himachal, Uttarakhand and Sikkim? Then you can skip these places and travel to his postcard-perfect place in Jharkhand instead. Known as the highest point of the Chotanagpur Plateau, Netarhat is a hill station blanketed with lush forests. Located in Jharkhand’s Latehar distinct, it is home to splendid flora and fauna and also many bobbing waterfalls. Large stretches of Netarhat are dotted with sal, pine, mahua and other trees.

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Netarhat Is Home To Many Stunning Waterfalls And Sunset Points

Netarhat is a paradise for chasing dreamy sunrises and sunsets. It has many viewpoints like Sunrise Point, Magnolia Point and Koyel View Point for enjoying sunsets. The hill station is home to some breathtaking waterfalls like Upper Ghaghri Falls, Lodh Falls, Lower Ghaghri Falls, Suga Bandh Falls and Sadni Falls. The soothing weather of Netarhat ensures that tourists can have a comfortable holiday in the lap of the hills.

 

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The Hill Station Has India’s Only Wolf Sanctuary

Those who love to enjoy embarking into the wild can visit the Betla National Park in Netarhat, which is home to creatures like sloth beer, leopards, hyena, chital, gaur, langurs and four-horned antilipes. Netahat also houses India’s only wolf sanctuary, the Mahuadandr Wolf Sanctuary.

 

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The intense serenity of Netarhat can leave you awestruck. Since the hill station is highly unexplored, it has a dearth of transport facilities and bumpy roads in certain places. But when a soul is adventurous, these challenges are petty. If you’re a nature lover who loves to escape somewhere offbeat, Netarhat must be on your bucket list.

 

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