Weekend Tours from Jamshedpur


Tourists can plan a number of weekend tours from Jamshedpur to the various nearby places. After exploring the exotic city of Jharkhand, Jamshedpur, and enjoying its fascinating tourist spots, one can move on to some other attractions located nearby.

Jamshedpur is surrounded by a number of places which are great destinations for short weekend trips.

On your weekend trip from Jamshedpur one can plan to go to Ranchi, Netarhat, Betla National Park, Hazaribagh, Deoghar, Rajrappa, Bundu, Musabani, Noamundi, Ghatshila or Dimna Lake. For a nature lover the picturesque surroundings of these places will be captivating. These places have wild life sanctuaries, temples, waterfalls and many more. They are surrounded by huge green mountains with meandering streams running down through the mountains. These places are ideal destinations for weekend trips as they lie within a range of 20 to 250 km from Jamshedpur.

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Last Updated on : 02/07/2013

     


     

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