Trip to Hazaribagh, weekend trip

#1 Nov 8th, 2013, 12:24
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Hello folks,

We 10 persons were planing to visit Hazaribagh this December. Along with Hazaribagh we thought to give a small visit to "Isko" village. (Forum post: http://www.indiamike.com/india/west-...ata-t60016/39/)

We will be starting from Howrah Station and need some information about the hotels in Hazaribagh.

Please let me know your thoughts.
#2 Nov 8th, 2013, 13:10
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Hi aneek,

Nice to know that you are going to a beautiful place with another offbeat destination.

Here are two beautiful threads talking of those two places and I think, 'll be helpful to you. Rahul mentioned of Hotel Prince there, hope he can help you.

http://www.indiamike.com/india/jhark...ibagh-t179425/

http://www.indiamike.com/india/india...oad-t152362/4/
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#3 Dec 19th, 2013, 17:50
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Hazaribag dtls

Hazaribag:

The Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary, nestled in the low hilly region is worth visiting. The site spans an area of over 184 sq. km. The sanctuary is refuge to a number of wild animals like Nilgai, wild bear, Chital, Sambhar, tigers and panthers. The sanctuary features several watchtowers to facilitate a close encounter with the wild.

Another popular attraction is the Hazaribagh Lake, which is also a sought after picnic spot and a popular site for water sports. You can also pay a visit to the Canary Hill, lying adjacent to the town, which is admired with a nice park and three small lakes and a watchtower. You can enjoy the spectacular view of the town from the top of the hill.

The breathtaking view of Parasnath (90 km.), the highest hill in Bihar height of 4480 feet admiring the eastern margin of the Hajaribag plateau, is truly mesmerizing. You can also visit the temple of Rajrappa, renowned for housing the idol of Ma Chhina Mastika. The site is also famous as the confluence of rivers Damodar and Bhera.

The Tilaiya Dam, located 52 km from Hajaribagh is another spot of tourist attraction, which was built by the Damodar Valley Corporation across the River Barakar, mainly for controlling floods. Tourists are really enthralled by viewing the extensive reservoir and the spectacular hillocks.

You can also drive along the GT road to Hari Har Dham (50Km), located at Bagodhar, renowned for housing a Shiv Ling measuring 52 ft.
Hundreds of tourists also visit Surajkund, 65 km from Hazaribagh, famous for hot water spring.

Things to do in Hazaribagh: The Tourist Complex built few kilometers away from the Tilaiya Dam, is a perfect place for the sport enthusiasts, where they can enjoy several water sports and boating as well. The Hazaribagh Lake is also a popular place for water sports. You can also enjoy a nature walk, savoring the spectacular view of the town.
Lodging and dining facilities in Hazaribagh: You can spot a number of private hotels at Hazaribagh. Dining facilities are also offered by most of the hotels. If you are a street food lover, you can try out snacks like bada, aloo chop, samosas, tikki chat, matka kulfi or steaming maal pua.

FOOD - If you are a non-vegetarian, do not forget to try out jama masjid road and sujait chowk area. You can try delicious kabab paratha evening and mouth watering nehari and paya in the morning at kolkata hotel (jama masjid chowk). The kabab you find in this area has a distinct taste not what you find in the northern delhi region. Moreover you can find tikia (minced meat pressed together and fried), its an absolute delight and is a must must if yo happen to be in the region. One more must do is the kabab at sujait chowk area, the place is small but the popularity of the place can be easily seen. The shop opens at 3-4 in the evening and is out of stock within 2-3 hrs. So if you are one of those who cannot resist the taste of good meat, this is a must visit place.and if you are interested in biryani go to zakir hussain road at iqbal hotel


HOTELS:
Hotel Upkar , Ranchi Patna Road , Hazaribagh
Phone: (06546) 262246
Address: DVC Chowk, Ranchi Patna Road, Hazaribagh- 825301
Landmark: Near United Bank Of India


Hotel Prince , Ranchi Patna Road , Hazaribagh
Phone: (06546) 222139
Address: 65, Ranchi Patna Road, Hazaribagh- 825301
Landmark: Opposite Civil Court


Hotel Shree Vinayak , Matwari Road , Hazaribagh
Mobile: 9234995201, 9234995201
Address: CTC Chowk, Matwari Road, Hazaribagh- 825301
Landmark: Near City Bus Stand


Hotel Maryuri Regency , Court Road , Hazaribagh
Phone: (06546) 227939
Mobile: 9234078338
Address: Hazaribagh Main Road, Court Road, Hazaribagh- 825301
Landmark: Opposite Civil Court


Hotel Maa Ambey , Bara Bazaar , Hazaribagh
Phone: (06546) 223598
Address: 65, Bara Bazaar, Hazaribagh- 825301
Landmark: Near HDFC Bank

We also go this Dec.

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