Palamu is known for its rich biodiversity, thick wood cover, and dense foliage. The impenetrable forest cover in Palamu is home to around 44 tigers and several other animal species like chital, gaur Chinkara, common langur, dhole (wild dogs), elephants, wild boar, hares, monkey, mouse deer, sloth bear, panther, leopard, pangolin, sambar (deer), Indian porcupine, Nilgai, and wolves. Peafowl, partridges and red jungle fowl are some of the commonly spotted species of birds in the region. An exploration of the Palamu Park proves to be an enrapturing experience to all those to seek recourse in the bounty of nature and wish to reconnect with their primeval selves. This division in Jharkhand is well connected by both air and rail. While the nearest airport is in Ranchi, the nearest railway station is in Daltonganj, which is about 25 km away from the district.