Spread across an area of 1419.7 sq km, Munger is one of the prominent cities of the state of Bihar. It is recognized for its rich and diverse cultural legacy and wonderful tourist attractions. Located in the southern part of Bihar, the headquarters of Munger is on the southern bank of River Ganges. Munger holiday packages are popular among those people who want to spend a memorable weekend.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm
Late November To Mid-February
It is one of the most significant monuments in Munger, which has been built in an unsteady ambiance, projecting into river Ganges. Most of the parts of this fort are into ruins, but still worth paying a visit.
Tomb of Pir Shah Nufa:
Situated inside the southern gate of Munger Fort, it is a tomb shaped structure that consists of a domed tomb chamber featuring a prayer room inside.
Situated on the northwest corner of the Kharagpur Lake, it is a hot water spring that is a must visit destination of Munger. It appeared during Muslim invasion.
Ha-Ha Punch Kumari:
It is a waterfall originating from the hills and drops straight from there. It is located at the western side of Rameshwar Kund and accomplished with great natural beauty.
Kashtaharni Ghat is the place where river Ganges takes a turn to move towards north and becomes Uttar-Vahini. It is a place of great religious significance.
There is a rock carving situated at a distance of 1 km from Munger Fort. The rock has been beautifully decorated with a carving that is said to be the foot prints of Lord Krishna.
Bhimbandh Wildlife Sanctuary:
Located at a distance of 56 km away from Munger, the wildlife sanctuary is a wonderful destination to visit in Munger district. The place is renowned for its flora and fauna. You can come across various wildlife animals like sloth bear, sambar deer, tigers, panthers, chitals and many others.