Steel city of India
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Bengali, Santhali,Oriya and Hindi
1 Day
November to February
Birsa Munda Airport
18℃ to 32℃

Jamshedpur Tourism

An industrial city developed around a steel plant, yet surprisingly blessed by nature. The Jamshedpur city might seem like a dry and exploited piece of land if you are to know about the industrial development that the place has undergone. But this landscape has survived and transformed into something unthinkable over the years. the artificial Lakes built as a reservoir to supply water to the industries has become an aquatic ecosystem, parks and gardens developed along with the settlements and have enriched the natural setting and greenery of the city. This place was blessed by the presence of the Dalma mountain ranges augmenting its beauty even more. The abundance of flora and fauna here are conserved by the means of sanctuaries and wildlife reservoirs, opening yet another tourism opportunity.

Things to do in Jamshedpur

1.Jubilee Park

1 kilometres from city centre

A perfect recreational spot within the city limits that is extensive enough to contain ...

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2.Rivers Meet

4 kilometres from city centre

The Subharnarekha and the Kharkhai are the two mighty rivers in Jamshedpur. They meet a...

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3.Russi Modi Centre for Excellence

1 kilometres from city centre

The Russi Modi Centre, named after one of the leading members of Tata group, is a wonde...

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4.Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary

10 kilometres from city centre

A 195 sqkm of forest devoted for the habitation of some of the unique flora and fauna o...

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5.Dimna Lake

9 kilometres from city centre

A stunning yet man-made lake spreading along the valley of the green mountain ranges of...

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6.Tata Steel Zoological Park

1 kilometres from city centre

Located inside the Jubilee Park; this 91-acre zoological park houses a plethora of flor...

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7.Bhatia Park

5 kilometres from city centre

A small park lined with green lawn and trees with meandering stone paved paths for long...

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8.Hudco Lake

7 kilometres from city centre

Located around 9km from the Jamshedpur city, in the quiet and pristine countryside is t...

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When to visit?

Winter starts in November lasting till February in Jamshedpur, and this is the perfect time to be here. Jamshedpur experiences a mild and cool winter with temperature ranging between 11°C and 25°C.

Summer is the least preferred period by the tourist since the temperature rises to an alarming level and the humidity drops drastically, making it unpleasant to move around during the daytime. Summer starts in March and ends by June.

July marks the onset of monsoon here and lasts up to the end of September. Rainy season can be a bit tedious if the monsoon is heavy. The lush greenery and the mountain ranges reveal a different face during this time of the year. Jamshedpur receives heavy to mild rains.

How to reach

Jamshedpur being an industrial town has a well-formed transportation network. The Tatanagar railway station and the extensive network of public and private bus services make it an easily accessible tourist destination. Although there is no airport in Jamshedpur, the Birsa Munda airport is only 150 km from the city.

How to Reach by Flight

The closest commercial airport to Jamshedpur is the Birsa Munda Airport in Ranchi, about 150 km from the city. There is a small airport in Sonari for the industrial purposes, but the airport has few commercial flights to some of the cities including three daily flights to Kolkata.

How to Reach by Train

The Tatanagar is one of the major railway stations in India and has a number of regular train services connecting the city to other parts of the country.

How to Reach by Bus

The public and private bus services are reliable for intercity and intracity transports. There are regular Volvo bus services to nearby cities and tourist destinations like Kolkata, Patna, Ranchi, Bhubaneshwar etc.

How to Reach by Road

The road network in Jamshedpur is well connected by the state and national highways. National highways 2, 6 and 33 runs through Jamshedpur connecting it with major destinations like Kharagpur and Kolkata. And the NH-32 connects it with Bokaro.

How to travel within

Private and public bus networks connect most of the tourist destination s in Jamshedpur. Cabs and rickshaws are another set of options to get around. Rental bikes and cars are also a good option here and are available at reasonable prices in the city.

Drink & Dine...

There are plenty of local dishes and snacks in Jamshedpur streets to fill the taste palette of an excited foodie. 

Chilka Roti: a roti made of rice flour

Til Barfi: a sweet made from sesame

Malpua: a local variety of pancake

Litti Chokha: a variety of bun

Pittha: Steamed vegetable dumplings 

Rugra: Curry made from an indigenous vegetable rich in protein

Bamboo shoots: eaten steamed or boiled


Handia: a variety of rice beer

Jamshedpur Itinerary

Day 1: Visit the Russi Modi Centre in the forenoon. Head for the Rivers Meet after a delicious meal. Head for the Jubilee Park later, enjoy the Tata zoological park in the Jubilee Park. 

Day 2: Spend the morning in the Bhatia Park. Head for the Dimna Lake in the afternoon. Spend the rest of the day in the Dalma wildlife sanctuary. head back to the city at night and enjoy shopping.

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