Jharkhand is blessed with a natural beauty beyond our imagination and during monsoon, it just becomes magnificently scenic. The state has numerous waterfalls that are in their full glory during the rainy season.
The water sloping down from a great height making a jaw-dropping spectacle with great fury, noise, and mist, monsoons are the best season to behold these natural beauties.
Here is the list for 7 amazing offbeat waterfalls in Jharkhand that you must visit in monsoon.
Patam falls, located in the Herhanj village in the Latehar district of Jharkhand is completely an undiscovered destination. The fall lies in a beautiful backdrop, amidst the forest but is hardly known to the tourists.
Distance from Ranchi: 121 Kilometers approximately.
Surkai Ghaghri Falls is one of the offbeat destinations near Netarhat. While searching for the best places to see near Netarhat, we hardly find Surkai Ghaghri on the list. The untouched waterfall surely needs much more tourist attention then it gets.
Distance from Ranchi: 190 Kilometers approximately.
Suga Bandh waterfall, also known as the ‘waterfall of the Parrot’, is located on the way to Netarhat from Betla National Park. The waterfall is surrounded by forest and blue hills which makes it one of the top places to visit in monsoon.
Distance From Ranchi: 188 Kilometers approximately.
Lawapani waterfall or Lavapani Waterfall, a Maoist hub has now turned into a beautiful tourist spot of Jharkhand. Located in the Lohardaga district, the Lawapani waterfall is one of the most beautiful monsoon getaways in Jharkhand.
Distance from Ranchi: 101 Kilometers approximately.
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