Barehipani Waterfall is a two-tiered waterfall located in Simlipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district and is about 67 km distance from Baripada Bus stand. It is the highest waterfall in Odisha and the second-highest waterfall in India. The waterfall has situated on the Budhabalanga River flowing over the Meghasuni mountain of the Eastern Ghats. The Barehipani fall is more than 400 metres high, and it runs up the hills. It is a tiered waterfall with two drops. The tallest single drop is 259 metres (850 ft). As it is a high waterfall in India, many tourists from within and outside the state come to visit. The sound of wildlife and waterfall in the forest attracts more and more tourists.
Barehipani Nature Camp, Similipal
There are a Nature Camp and a guest house located near the Barehipani waterfall, which is about 3-4 distance km from the picnic spot. All kinds of arrangements are made here for the accommodation, food, lodging and security of the tourists in Barehipani Nature Camp. The Barehpani Nature Camp is a peaceful place and offers a perfect view of the waterfalls. There are many facilities for entertaining visitors, such as table tennis, carom boards, badminton courts and Tree Ropeway. There are many bicycles to travel to nearby places in the forest and enjoy the tranquil environment of the Place.
The Joranda waterfall has located close to the Barehipani fall. It is also a beautiful picnic spot surrounded by hills and forests. The beautiful natural atmosphere and the amazing sound of the waterfall is attractive to visitor during winter. The distance of Barehipani waterfall is 67 km From Baripada. Barehipani waterfall comes under Similipal national park. Uski waterfall, Rebati waterfall, Santi Kunda waterfalls are located in the Similipal National Park. Best time to visit Barehipani waterfall in winter. Barehipani fall is one of the most popular tourist places in Mayurbhanj, Odisha.
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