A small lake surrounded by deep forest. This will surely give you some peace with its serene location. Those who love trekking and exploring the jungle may have some share of joy at this place for sure.
Sutan lake is 7KM within Jhilimili Range. Here the forest is rich with different species of fauna and distinctive flowers and seasonal birds. To be the cherry on the cake, a vibrant peacock may come into your sight for a golden glance.
Jhilimili and Sutan Forest also known as “Baro Mile-er Jungle” is 35 KM away from Mukutmanipur. There are viewpoints scattered throughout the forest from where you will get breathtaking landscapes. There is also a particular road for elephants across the jungle.
Mukutmanipur Dam is considered as the second largest dam in India. Far away from crowd and commercialization, a part of Mukutmanipur still lives in the aroma of tribal culture and offers spectacular sights to the tourists. It is also considered to be a dream destination for photography.
Ghatsila has its diversity with dams, falls, rivers, forest, mountains and valley. The scenes are breathtaking especially at sunset.