Gudahandi hills and waterfall has located in the Ampani sanctuary of the Kalahandi district of Odisha. It is around 86 km from Bhawanipatna and 68 km from Nabrangpur. In the Gudahandi hills are some ancient caves bearing pictographic paintings of remote antiquity. Three small hills, all of curved length, are together known as the Gudahandi hills.
The name Gudahandi, meaning a pot, for molasses, has its origin in the impression its shape apparently conveys. A rivulet named Behera flows past the village. There are remains of a very old dam across this rivulet, local people call it the work of Bhima, the second of the Pandavas. Dokrichanchara Waterfall is located near the Gudahandi waterfall. Gudahandi hills and waterfall are one of the best tourist places in the Kalahandi District.