Palamu Tour

The etymological derivation of the term Palamau is the land of the Palas and Mahua. Covering an area of 8,705 sq. km, Palamau District lies within the 23° 50' and 24° 8' north latitudes and 83° 55' and 84° 30' east longitudes. The district is bounded on the north by river Son, on the east by districts of Chatra and Hazaribagh, while Latehar District and Garhwa District flank Palamau on the south and west, respectively.

With a total population size of 1,16,549, the inhabitants of Palamau blessed with a fertile topography depend upon agriculture, forestry and livestock rearing for their subsistence. Some people are also engaged in the adjacent mines.
Palamau District endowed with a lush topography; imperial Sal forests and congenial ambiance attract flocks of tourists.

The district is bounded on the North by the Nawada district of Bihar, on the south by Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand on the east by Giridih district of Jharkhand and on the west by the Gaya district of Bihar.Koderma district lies in the Chhotanagpur Plateau.