- Bario Waterfall
: It is yet another significant natural attraction in Chatra, located 12 kilometers to the north and accessible by foot for the last 6 kilometers. Road is called Katcha. Seeing the water fall from such a height is beautiful. The spring seems to be rushing against the granite cliffs, igniting white rays. One has the impression of taking a shower outside in the sunshine. Magical effects beguile the nights.
Distance: Bario Waterfallis 9.5 kilometres away from Chatra
- Kauleshwari Hill
: About 6 miles to the southeast of Hunterganj is Kauleshwari Hill. At Hunterganj, one must cross the now-bridged Lilangen River before taking a vehicle or walking along the crooked path till they reach the base of the hill. The hill is 1,575 feet tall, and the view is spectacular from the summit. The hill's summit, sometimes referred to as "Akash Lochan (Sky Eye)," is particularly distinctive. There are a few historic temples, the most significant of which is a Kali temple known as the "Kauleshwari Devi."
Distance: Kauleshwari Hillis 17kilometres away from Chatra
- Dumer Sumer
: A notable natural landmark in Chatra, Dumer Sumer, is 12 kilometers to the north and may be reached on foot for the remaining 5 kilometers. Road is called Katcha. Seeing the water fall from such a height is beautiful. The spring seems to be rushing against the granite cliffs, igniting white rays. One has the impression of taking a shower outside in the sunshine. Magical effects beguile the nights.
Distance: Dumer Sumer is 10kilometres away from Chatra
- Bhadrakali Temple
: Bhadrakali Temple is located 16 km west of Chauparan and 35 km east of Chatra. It is connected to the G.T. Road. Itkhori block headquarters, which are located on the bank of the Mahanad (Mahane) and are encircled by hills and forests, are barely half a kilometre away from the Bhdrakali complex. A water reservoir exists that is naturally beautiful in its own right. On "Bishua" (Kartik Purnima, a festival that comes after Chhath), people throng to witness its enduring beauty and take pleasure in bathing and tanning.
Distance: Bhadrakali Temple is 34kilometres away from Chatra
- Kunda Fort
: About three to four miles away from the current Kunda village can still be discovered the ruins of the ancient Kunda palace. The location could have been built during the end of the 17th or the start of the 18th century AD. Even though they are in terrible shape, the walls are still standing and continue to draw a lot of outside tourists. However, a cave that is located about half a mile from the remnants of the old palace and was likely excavated soon after the palace was built is the main point of interest for the illiterate people in both remote and nearby locations.From the southern part of the palace, a short pathway descends to the cave. The brace of the cave is washed by a small stream that may be crossed without letting the feet touch the water's surface.
Distance: Kunda Fortis 42kilometres away from Chatra