At the confluence of the rivers Kharkai and Suvarnarekha, the Safari Park enables visitors to take a drive through a wooded area where animals roam free. Supplementing the flora and fauna in the zoo is a Nature Education Centre. Boating on the tranquil waters of Jubilee Lake adds a thrilling experience to the visitors.
The picnic spots and the nature trail in the zoo provide unique outlets to relax and spend hours in natural surroundings. The park has a beautiful lake, which has the provision for boating. The migratory birds fly in during winter. A variety of flora and fauna exists in conditions close to their natural habitat at the zoological park.
Situated besides the Jubilee Park, it is a great place for all the nature lovers. It has a good variety of flora & fauna and is a place for those who have passion to observe closely the flourishing nature and be with it for sometime. Watching migratory birds visiting every year during winters is equally enchanting for all the bird lovers. The park also has a beautiful lake and a small boathouse.
The emerald green Jubilee Park, spread over 225 acres and adorned with flower beds, gardens and illuminated fountains, was a gift by the Tata Steel Company in its Golden Jubilee Year to the citizens of Jamshedpur. It's a big attraction within the city limits that is easily reachable from any direction.
There are three water showers in the park, which have a glittering look on the day of lighting which is on Tuesday and Sunday. This park has a special look on the 3rd of March, the birth date of Jamshedji Tata. People come from different places to catch a glimpse of the special beautification of this park.
The Park is named in the memory of the eldest son of Jamshedji Tata and the manicured lawns and flower beds and brilliantly lit fountains provide a delightful touch of colour to the park. The park is situated in the centre of the city close to the Keenan Stadium. The highlights are manicured lawns and flower beds and there is also an elegant fountain.
Sir Dorabji Tata Park hosts the Jamshedpur annual flower show in December. When visitors reach the park, the well-manicured lawns, flower beds and beautifully lit fountains are sure to mesmerize any visitor.
Dalma Mountain Range is at an altitude of 3000 ft. Lurking in the thick cover of its jungle are elephants, barking deer, sloth beer, porcupines, leopard and tigers. The main tree species being Terminalias, Jamun and many more to name.
The sanctuary is very much favoured by the elephants due to availability of water even during summer. On the mountain top are the guesthouse of Tata Steel and Forest Department. There is also a temple of the Hindu deity Shiva on the mountain top where devotees throng to it during Shivaratri.
Nestled in the picturesque and hilly terrain of Telco Colony, the lake is a delightful retreat for those desirous of being in-nature within the city precincts. A wild hill besides the lake has been specially renovated into a scenic park known as Sumant Mulgaonkar Park.
One can feast their eyes with the panoramic view of Steel Industry and equally appealing sight of Tata Engineering, Lafarge Cement and Tata Powers from the hilltop. A look from the top says the complete story on why Jamshedpur is called the “Green City” first and then the “Steel City”.
The attractive scenic hilly regions surrounding the lake offer beautiful views of the entire city in a bird’s eye view. The lake and the park nearby are the most sought after places for evening enjoyments and weekend vacations. The greenery around the lakes makes the whole area nature friendly.
Located at a distance of 13 km from the city at the foot of the Dalma Hills, its wondrously attractive surroundings are ideal for picnic and boating. Tourists visit this lake especially during the month of November to February. The Lake also supplies water to the city. Lake House of Dimna is at the bank of the lake.
Rivers Meet in Jamshedpur offers nature lovers with a unique opportunity to experience the convergence of two swift flowing rivers of Subarnarekha and Kharkhai. Also referred to as Domohani, River's Meet is one of the notable Jamshedpur tourist attractions. Encircled by luxuriant green fields, the tall trees of eucalyptus add to the charm of the beautiful place of Domohani.
Far from the maddening crowd of the city, the calm and serene surrounding of the River's Meet casts a magical spell on the tourists. The exotic landscape of Domohani relieves the visitors from the stress and strains of daily mundane life.
The place provides the tourists with a unique scope to experience the sunrise on the river side of Domohani. The place is ideal for spending some time with family and friends amidst nature.
This place is situated in Jadugora of Potka block. The temple of Rankini was formerly situated on a rock where human sacrifices used to be offered to her, the belief being that the Goddess herself killed the victims.
The priests during those days mainly hailed from Bhumij Caste. Tourists visiting Ghatshila should definitely visit this temple which is located in a dense forest. This temple is also know as Kapadgadhi Ghat.