Jamshedpur to Noamundi

Jamshedpur to Noamundi is a popular weekend destination. Noamundi is a beautiful town located in the Pashchimi Singhbhum district of Jharkhand.

The town is situated 125 km from Jamshedpur and can be accessed very easily through road.

The town is surrounded by beautiful mountains. It is gifted abundantly with natural beauty. It is geographically located between 22.15° North of Latitude and 85.53° East of Longitude. It lies at an average elevation of 487 meters above sea level. The town of Noamundi is surrounded by forests as it is located in the heart of 'Saranda' forest. This forest is considered to be the densest deciduous forest of Asia. It is an ideal destination for nature lovers.

The town of Noamundi is famous for the iron ore mines that are run by the Tata Steel. After taking special permission from the authorities one can enter the mines. Jamshedpur to Noamundi is a trip full of excitement and thrill. One can also see the tribal culture very closely over here.

Last Updated on : 02/07/2013



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