Baipi is located at about 25 km to the west of Chaibasa and around 3 km from Jojohatu. The main sightseeing options near this site are Roro Hills, Chaibasa forest and Lupungutu. Mahadev Sal Temple and Lord Shiva Temple in Chakradharpur can also be visited from Baipi.
Jhinkpani village is situated about 16 km to the south of Chaibasa and 80 km south-west of Jamshedpur. This village lies in the Jhinkpani Tehsil and is prominent for tourist spots like Badajamada and Hat Gamharia. Jhinkpani Railway Station is located on the Chaibasa-Noamundi railway line that is served by the South Eastern Railways.
Jojohatu is 22 km west of Chaibasa, which is situated amidst Chaibasa forest and is known for the Chromite deposits. This place also has mines owned by TISCO and the Singhbhum Chromite Company. Jamshedpur is the main city near this place and Chaibasa Railway Station is also situated at a close distance.
Khuntpani is a part of the West Singhbhum District and is situated on the border of Seraikela District. This place is around 12 km from Chaibasa and is largely inhabited by the Ho tribe. The nearest railway stations from this tourist site are Chakradharpur Railway Station and Pandrashalli Railway Station.
Kanhaiyasthan is a small village situated within the Sahibganj District, on the banks of River Ganges. This village is present at 13 km north-west of the famous Rajmahal. The main attraction of this village is the Kanhaiya Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, after whom the town is also named. The town of Sahibganj along with Teliagarhi, Mangalhat and Rajmahal form the popular picnic spots near this village. This village is also believed to have been visited by Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, whose footsteps have been preserved here.