Palamau is located on the river named Auranga. It is set at a distance of 20 miles from Daltonganj, in its south-east direction. For the motorists and especially for the people who loves trekking, the Palamau Division is a perfect destination. There are several beautiful forests bungalows such namely Netarhat, Kechaki, Mahuamilan, Belta and some more. In the entire region of the Indian state of Jharkhand, Netarhat is one of the most mesmerizing locations. At present, the Latehar District contains the regions of Netarhat and National Park Betla.
One can find several sparkling waterfalls in the district. Another location to visit is the Palamau Fort. The river named Koel and its branches namely the Auranga River and the Amanat River flow through this location. Apart from these rivers one can also find lesser streams. Nearly all of these streams are small mountain streams. This location is an ideal destination and a very intriguing spot for the historians as well as the archeologists. For many a numbers of years this location has been the base for the Chero Chiefs. They have constructed some excellent forts; the relics of these forts stand here. The British people later got the control over this fort. Amidst the dense woods, this fort is located. The foot marks of the tigers can be seen all around the fort.
HOW TO REACH PALAMU
By air: The nearest air terminal to this place is the airport in Ranchi.
By road: The closest railway station to Palamau is the railway station in Daltonganj.
By rail: Several buses, both state and private, runs between Palamau and other locations. One can also hire taxis and private cars.