Betla National Park

Betla National Park is situated in the Latehar and Palamu district of Jharkhand.Betla was one of the first national parks in India to become a tiger reserve under Project Tiger, in the year 1974.

In March, large numbers of elephants are seen here. Other than that predators like sloth bear and panther, while scavengers include the wolf, jackal and hyena. Other animals include large herds of gaur and chital, large families of langurs, rhesus monkeys, Indian giant squirrels, mouse deer, sambhar deer, four-horned antelopes, nilgai can be found here.

White tigers that remained in the park were transported to zoos.

The park promotes waterfalls and hot springs.