Garumara, the land of the forest gods, was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1949, and a national park in 1994, Gorumar National Park is famous for one-horned Rhinos.
Comprising of 79.45 sq km including the upper reserve of Tondu wild life sanctuary of Chapramari, the park has savanna grasslands and shrub lands with deciduous forests of the tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests drained by Moorty and Jaldhaka.
Wide variety of carnivores and herbivores , birds , reptiles , turtles and fishes can be found in the National Park.
There are four watch towers namely Jatraprasad, Rhino Point, Chandrachur, Chukchuki Bird Watching point . These watch towers are located at various points to provide excellent view of wildlife of the Murti Valley. The elephant and jeep safaris are available at Garumara National Park to explore the beauty of the wild nature.
Garumara National is well connected to NH 31, which passes through Lataguri , the gateway to the park. The other entry point at Jatraprasad near Murti is 8 km and Chalsa -- the entry point to Chapramari Wild Life Sanctuary is 10 km away.