Sightseeing Places

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Talberia Lake

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.

Jhilimili Sutan Forest

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. 

12 Mile Forest

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.


Duarsini is located in the border of the districts of West Bengal and Jharkhand. Forests of Sal, Segun and Piyal and small hills surround Duarsini. Satgudum river is flowing through this place. Duarsini is inhabited by the tribals. It is a perfect place for those who want to spend their weekend with nature.

Laljal Cave

It is about 68 Km away from the city of Jhargram. The clean road through the forest gives the pleasure for eyes. The last 3 km of the journey through the red-dirt road on a rocky hill. The place witness remains a place of ancient civilization. The cave is at the high of 200 meters with black stones . It is believed that it was the living place of primitive cave man about 5000 years ago. Some fossils found here by archaeological excavation which are preserved in museum. Water is mixed with Copper and iron. Local people say because of the red color of the water in the name of the area is laljal.


Kankrajhor-Belpahari is a paradise in the tropical, hilly forestlands of Midnapore. It comprises 9,000 hectares of hardwood trees including kusum, shaal, segun or teak, mahua and akashmani. Cashewnut, coffee and oranges are cultivated at Kankrajhor.Kankrajhor is just 25km from Ghatshila (Jharkhand) & 65 km from Jhargram. Kankrajhor-Belpahari region,comes under Jangalmahal Tourism Circuit.

Khandarani Lake

Khandarani Dam snuggled in the lap of pristine nature.It is the place where myriad-faceted nature comes in its fullest magnificence. Here the lake meets with captivating forests as well as mountains. The multi-colored migratory birds spend their winter here. The beauty of nature spreads in everywhere around Khandarani Dam Area.

Gadrasini Hill

Gadrasini Hill situated at a distance of 8 Km from Belpahari and 46 km from Jhargram. The serenity of this place will make you feel calm and peaceful. Gadrasini Ashram is situated at the foot hill of Gadrasini Hill. Inspired by the ideals of Lahirhi Moharaj and Swami Yogananda. People from different walks of life visit this place to spend their time in quiet meditation to experience spiritual enlightenment. Every year in the month of Agharahayan a large no of spiritual seeker visit the place. The Gadrasini Hill is a paradise for colorful birds and a great place for bird watching.

Ghagra Falls

Ghagra is about 7 km north from Belpahari. It is actually a waterfall passing through a canyon of black stone. The word “Ghagra” came from the word “gagra” which means a Kalash filledup with water. Actually the shape of the canyon is like a kalash. Tharafeni dam is very closed to Ghagra.

Kanak Durga Temple

Visit to Kanak Durga Temple gives a thrilling experience of natural beauty. It is about 14 km away from Jhargram town. The century-old temple is located in the forest beside a small charming river named Dulung. Several rare species of trees, birds and monkeys can be seen here. There’s a spot called Kendua on the way to Kanak Durga. Migratory birds visit the area in winter. A half an hour visit through the dense forest gives a charming experience.