Hundru Falls is situated in Jharkhand state of India. Hundru Falls is on the river Swarnarekha. This fall has a height of 320 feet. This makes the Falls at Hundru one of the best natural sceneries in the state.
There is a pool at the fall base, which can be used to take bath in summer. In monsoon season, the fall waters are very formidable and bathing is not advisable. Hundru Falls is situated in a forest area and the spectacular sight of the falls is a sight to behold. This fall mesmerizes any tourist and is a great weekend get-away place for Ranchi residents. The different rock shapes in this falls also is a great attraction here.
Hundru Falls and surrounding areas are also a popular trekking destination for adventure lovers. “Suvarna Rekha Hydal Project”, which is situated downstream, is also a nearby tourist place.
How Do I Go to Hundru Falls?
Hundru Falls is at around 45 kilometers distance from the waterfall city of Ranchi. The falls is 21 kilometers off Ranchi-Purulia Road. Alternatively, you may travel to the fall on the Ormanjhi-Sikidiri route, which is shorter than the main route by 6 kilometers.
Railway station code for the nearest major station ‘Ranchi’, is ‘RNC. “Birsa Munda Airport” at Ranchi is the nearest airport to Hundru Falls. Ranchi is well connected by roads to other parts of India. NH 23 and NH 33 connects Ranchi with the rest of India.
Which are the Nearby Cities to Waterfalls City, Ranchi?
Jamshedpur city is nearly 128 kilometers away from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand state. Raurkela is at 130 kilometers away and Bhubaneswar is at 350 kilometers from Ranchi. Patna is at 250 kilometers distance from Ranchi. Buddhist Temple town of Gaya is at 163 kilometers distance from Ranchi. Korba is at 287 kilometers and Muzaffarpur city at 308 kilometers distance from Ranchi. Dhanbad is at 122 kilometers from the waster fall city of Ranchi.
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