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Hazaribagh National Park

Hazaribagh National Park

The newly formed state of Jharkhand also possesses a national park called as Hazaribagh National Park displaying flora and fauna of the state. Sprawled over an area of about 184 sq km, the park has all lush green forests forming a vegetation zone. Hazaribagh National Park is placed at an altitude of 615 m with steep woods.


The park has a variety of wild animals such as the Chital, Nilgai, Panther, Sambar, Sloth Bear, Tiger and Wild Boar. Among the wild animals Cheetal, Kakar, Nilgai, Sambar and Wild Boar are the most easily spotted ones. In the park, tigers are limited in number. As per 1991 census, only 14 tigers were found in the park.


There is a road that stretches to 111-km in the sanctuary, which leads the tourists to the outmost corners and granite towers of the park. The road on its way offers tremendous opportunities by providing the brilliant sights of the wild animals.


Even around the park, you can have forests reserves to explore such as Palamau Forest Reserve that stands as the major wildlife sanctuary. There are further more opportunities to explore around jharkhad like Canari Hill, just at a distance of 5 km from the park and Rajrappa Falls and Suraj Kund Hot Spring, located at a distance of 89 km and 72 km respectively.


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