Nestling in low hilly
terrain, at an average altitude of 1800 ft. (615 metres) this 183.89
sq. kms National Park has an abundance of wild animals, i.e. wild
Boar, Sambar, Nilgai, Chital, Sloth Bear, tiger and Panthar. The 1970
census has established the presence of 14 tigers, 25 Panthers and 400
What to see
At one end of Hazaribagh town stands Canary Hill which has a
well-laid out park and is studded with three small lakes. It has an
observation tower. From the top of the hill one can have a panaromimic
view of the town.
It offers superb water sports facilities and peaceful picnic and
It is a hotspring (one of the hottest in the region) about 72 kms away
from Hazaribagh on the NH2.Bus services are available.
TOUR IN THE PARK
Trip to the park starts at 1700 hours from the Divisional Forest
Office, West Division, Hazaribagh and it ends at 2200 hours.
Rs.50 per head.
Canari Hill (5 kms) : Cycle Rickshaws available from the
Rajrappa Falls (89 kms) : State Transport Bus operates daily an
early morning service to this place from the
Suraj Kund (72 kms) : Hot spring. Buses are available from the town.
Tourist Information Centre, Government ofJharkhand, Hazaribagh.
How to reach:
Air : Nearest airport: Ranchi 91 Km away
Rail : Koderma is the nearest railway station 59 Km away. This
station is on Delhi-Howrah main route
Road : Well connected within and outside the state.