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Katramala Waterfall, Katringia, Phulbani, Kandhamal

Katramala Waterfall is located inside the Phulbani Forest Division and is 30 KM from Phulbani town. The beautiful place is surrounded by hills and dense forest. The scenic beauty of the Katramala Waterfall is so beautiful that tourists have come to see the falls in the winter. A variety of fish can be seen swimming in the waterfall, which is one of the attractions of the waterfall. Katramala Waterfall is a popular tourist place in Kandhamal. Previous Next

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Pakdajhar Waterfall, Kurumuni, Phulbani, Kandhamal

Pakdajhar Waterfall waterfall is located in the Phulbani forest range. It is only 7 km distance from Sudrukumpa and 21 km from Phulbani in the Kandhamal district.  The waterfall is about 100 feet high. The beautiful waterfall is surrounded by hills and green forests. In 2005, it was recognized as an eco-tourism project by Odisha Tourism Dept. Pakdajhar waterfall is a top tourist attraction in Kandhamal District The beautiful waterfall flows from the top of the hills and is the best…

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Durgapadu Waterfall, Sikabadi, Rayagada

Durgapadu Waterfall is located at Sikabadi and is about 38 km from Rayagada town. This beautiful Waterfall has surrounded by forest and hills. The water of this Durgapadu Waterfall flows through the springs from the top of the Hills. A large number of tourists come here in the winter for picnics and group Feast at the Durgapadu Falls. There is good communication to get to this place. Durgapadu Waterfall is one of the most popular tourist places in the Rayagada District. Previous Next

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Lal Pathar Waterfall, Belpahar, Jharsuguda

Lal Pathar waterfall has located at Girindola, and it is 7 km from Belpahar and is 29 km from District headquarter of Jharsuguda. The waterfall is surrounded by jungle. This place is called the Lal Patthar because the side of the river is covered with red rock. The water of this waterfall is flowing through the forest. Many tourists come to visit this waterfall in the winter. Lal Pathar waterfall is one of the most popular tourist places in the Jharsuguda District.  Previous…

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