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Hazaribagh National park, Jharkhand
Hazaribagh National Park is located at a distance of 135 kms from Ranchi. This sanctuary is not only famous for the wide range of wild life that is preserved here but also for the scenic beauty which surrounds the national park.
 
 Hazaribagh National park, JharkhandHazaribagh National Park is one of famous tourist spots of Jharkhandwhich includes a wide range of wild animals as well as natural vegetation of the area. Though quite similar in its features with Betla National Park this is another famous wild life sanctuary of Jharkhand. This sanctuary includes large number of panthers, sambhars, spotted deer, bison and limited number of Royal Bengal Tigers. It has been estimated that there are nearly 14 tigers in the sanctuary which is matter of concern for the nation. Along with its wild life collection the area also includes a number of towers which help the tourists to have a complete view of the sanctuary. Along with the rare animals the sanctuary also includes some common animals like Cheetals, Kakar, Nilgai, Sambar and Wild Boar that are easily spotted and are commonly found in the area.

Hazaribagh National Park is well connected with a long roadway that stretches up to 111 kms through the length and breadth of the sanctuary. This road allows its visitors to travel up to every corner of the park and enjoy the spirits of wild life. The roads are strategically planned that will allow the visitors to have the closest view of wild life. Hazaribagh National Park also includes a large number of tribal populations that lives around the sanctuary. The park has a number of hide outs and watch towers which are created to enjoy the wild life. Overall this park is well connected with the township of Hazaribagh which is further connected with Ranchi , Dhanbad, Gaya , Patna, Daltongunj and Kolkatawhich makes it easy to approach.

Thus Hazaribagh National Park is one of the most popular sights of eastern part of India. As a famous wildlife sanctuary this attracts large number of tourists every year.

(Last Updated on : 14/02/2013)
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