Mayurbhanj is a distance of 309 km from Bhubaneswar. Baripada is the headquarters of the Mayurbhanj district. Mayurbhanj district is a treasure of forest. It is a vast forest area filled with Sal, Piasal and other Varieties of woods, Besides other medicinal herbals are also available in the forest. The spring waterfalls of the mountains and different types of wild animals and birds are the scenic beauty of the district.

The Similipal National Park, Joranda waterfall, Devkund Waterfall, Barehipani Waterfall, Jagannath Temple, Bhimkund, Ambika Temple, Ramtirtha Temple, Jwalamukhi Temple, Kichakeswari Temple, Haripur Garh, Kalo Dam, Kuchai, Kakharua Vaidyanath, Kharkhai and Suleipat Dam are Top Attractions Tourist place in Mayurbhanj
The Mayurbhanja District covers an area of 10418 sq. Km. As per the 2011 census, the total population of the District is 25,19,738 with the total male population as 12,56,213 and female population as 12,63,525. The Mayurbhanja District has 4 subdivisions, 3966 Villages, 404 Gram Panchayats, 26 Tahasils and 26 Blocks, 2 Municipality, 2 N.A.C, 9 Assembly Constituency and 32 Police stations are there in the Mayurbhanja District.

The Similipal National Park is a paradise of wild animals. It is about 60 km from Baripada and full of green forests. The area covers 275 sq km along with perennial springs and waterfalls. The Gov’t of India has established tiger protection at Similpal with the varieties of wild animals, birds. There are also waterfalls at Bareipani and Joranda extensive grassy land at Bachhuricchara, and National Park at mountain Meghasani peak. This place is one of the 18 Biosphere reserves of India. Similipala National Park is known for the conservative Tiger. The beautiful natural sight of Similipal attracts visitors once more. Similipal National Park is best place to visit near Baripada Town

The Joranda waterfall is located in the core area of Simlipal National Park in Mayurbhanj and about 60 km from Baripada Bus Stop. It is one of the highest waterfalls in India. The water plunges over a lofty cliff in a single drop, spreading out slightly as it falls. The Joranda waterfall is more than 150 metres high, and it runs up the hills. Barehipani Falls has located close to Joranda Falls. The scenic beauty of the waterfall is so beautiful that tourists have come to see the waterfall in the winter. Joranda fall is one of the most popular tourist places in Mayurbhanj District, Odisha.

Devkund is a beautiful religious and tourist place in Mayurbhanj. Devkund Waterfall and Maa Ambika temple is located at the foot of Shimlipal national park and is 58 km from Baripada. They told that the goddess Sati, unable to bear the humiliation of her husband during the sacrifice of the Dakhya Prajapati, immersed herself. Angered by this, Sadashiva began to dance with Sati’s body. The trio trembled in fear. It is divided into 52 parts and falls in different parts of India, and the goddess is worshipped in various forms. Devkund Waterfall is one the best tourist places in Baripada, Mayurbhanj.

Barehipani Waterfall is a two-tiered waterfall located in Simlipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district and is about 67 km 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. There are a Nature Camp and a guest house located near the Barehipani waterfall. Barehipani fall is one of the most popular tourist places in Mayurbhanj, Odisha.

The Jagannath temple is situated around 24 km away from Baripada town. The temple of Lord Jagannath at Baripada is universally known as Haribaldev temple. Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra are the Main deities of this temple. The temple was built by Shri Baidyanath Bhanj in 1575 A.D. The temple stands as a symbol of the religious favour of the Bhanja Rulers of Mayurbhanj. A large wall surrounds the temple, which is similar to the wall of Lord Jagannath in Puri. Baripada Jagannath temple is one of the famous temples in Mayurbhanj, Odisha.

Bhimkund Waterfall is About 40 km from Karanjia and 60 km distance from Keonjhar Town. There are two streams of water, both Sana Kunda and Bada Kunda, Which are related to mythology. It is also has located on the border between both Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj districts. The BHIMKUND is Situated on the bank of river Baitarani. There is also a Kundeswar Mahadev Temple and a Large statue of Mahabali Bhim near Bhimkund. This beautiful Bhimkund has a tall watchtower to see the Waterfall in mayurbhanj side. Bhimkund Waterfall is the best tourist place in Mayurbhanj, Odisha. 

The Ambika temple is situated in Baripada Town. Maa Ambika presiding deity of the temple. The People of Baripada strongly believe that, The Living Goddess, who as a mother showers her blessings to all mankind. Peoples come to worship here from different states like Jharkhand and West Bengal. Many festivals namely Durga puja, Basanti Puja, Pana Sankranti, Makar Sankranti are observed in Maa Ambika Temple. Ambika temple is a famous temple in Baripada

Ramatirtha Crocodile Project is located nearby Jashipur town and about 98 km from Baripada Town, Mayurbhanj. Ramatirtha has located beneath the feet of Similipal National Park. It is the only Crocodile Rearing Center of Mayurbhanj district which attracts lots of tourists to visit. Ramatirtha of Mayurbhanj is very famous in Odisha due to its natural beauties and temple of Sri Rama. Ramatirtha Crocodile Project is one of the Tourist places in Baripada, Mayurbhanj

Jwalamukhi Temple is situated 2.5 km from Baripada Bus stand in Mayurbhanj District. Goddess maa Jwalamukhi is worshipped by the devotees in this Place. The Temple is about 300-400 years old and one of the Shakti Pithas. There are a small garden and a pond in front of the Mandir. Navratri is the main festival celebrated in this Temple. Devotees come here for getting a wish from Jwalamukhi. Jwalamukhi Mandir is one of the most popular famous temples in Mayurbhanj, Odisha.

Kichakeswari Temple is situated at Khiching village in Mayurbhanj and is 145 km distance from Baripada town. Previously it was the capital of the Bhanja dynasty of Mayurbhanja. Goddess Kichakeswari is the presiding deity of the temple. The temple has an archaeological remain dating back to the Middle Ages that look beautiful and is built entirely of granite. Khiching is a beautiful place of archaeological remains. Khiching temple is one the best famous temple in Mayurbhanj, Odisha.

Haripur Gada is only 16 km distance from Baripada towards the southeast of Mayurbhanja and the old capital of the Kings of Mayurbhanja. Though Haripur Gada now lies in ruins, it is a testimony of the prosperity and elegance of the Mayurbhanj Kingdom during the rule of the ancient Bhanja Kings. The analysis of fragments of the ruins of the fort reveals. The Haripura Gada in its architectural style together with the encompassing temple, provide an interesting case study for a researcher on historical sites and monuments of Mayurbhan.

The Kala dam is located at Kaptipada in Mayurbhanj District. It is 18 km distance from Udala town and 55 km away from the nearest railway station Baripada. The purpose of the Kalo Dam is to store water for irrigation. The Dam Kala is a medium Irrigation Project completed in the year 1982. It is built across river Kalo, intercepting a catchment area of 153 sq. km. The River Kalo is the tributary of river Sono in the Budhabalanga basin. Kala dam is one of the most popular tourist places in Baripada, Odisha.

Chaulabhaja Waterfall is located within the Similipal Wildlife Sanctuary. It is 33 km distance from Baripada town. After crossing the hilly road for about 3-4 km, Chaulibhaja waterfall comes. This waterfall is surrounded by dense forests and hills. Chaulabhaja Waterfall is locally known as Chaulibhaja waterfall. The place is full of natural scenery, and the water of the waterfall flows down the hills in many levels. There is Bhoolbulaya waterfall located near the Chaulibhaja Fall. Chaulabhaja waterfall is a best Picnic spot and a tourist attraction places near Baripada, Mayurbhanj

Baba Kakharua Baidyanath Temple is situated at Mantri, and It is 36 km from Baripada town. Lord Shiva is the presiding deity of this temple and also is known as Kakharua Baidyanath. Previously it was the dwelling place of king Ramachandra Bhanj of Mayurbhanja, who lived here for a short period. The Place is a thickly populated town along with remains of ancient forts. During the holy month of Shravan, the Kaudias come and pour water on the Shiva Lingam. Baba Kakharua Baidyanath Mandir is one of the most popular tourist places in the Mayurbhanj District.Baba Kakharua Baidyanath Mandir is one of the most famous temple in the Mayurbhanj District.

The Sulaipat(Suleipat) Dam Reservoir is located near Similipal National Park, 20 km from Rairangpur and, is around 82 kilometres from the district headquarters of Baripada. It’s a nice place surrounded by mountains and green jungle. It is about 73 kilometres from Jamshedpur and 287 Kilometres from the state capital Bhubaneswar. The Khadakhai (Suleipat) Dam and the Simlipal Tiger Reserve are nearby local attractions at an approachable distance, attracting many foreign tourists here. Khadakhai Sulaipat Dam is the best tourist attraction places in Mayurbhanj, Odisha

Sitakand Waterfall is located within Similipal National Park in the Mayurbhanj district. It is 2 km from Similipal National Park Pithavata gate and 25 km distance from Baripada, and 91 km from Balasore. Sitakunda fall water flows from the top of the Hill. The winter season is the best time for group fests, weekend picnics and forest tours, and a large number of tourists come here. Sitakand Waterfall is the best waterfall near Baripada City.  Lord Hanuman is worshipped in a small cave near the waterfall. Sitakand Waterfall is a popular tourist attraction places in Baripada, Mayurbhanj, Odisha.

Brahman Kund (Kunda) waterfall is situated on the Girisrungha hills in the Similipal forest range. It is around 29 km distance from Bangriposi and 65 km from Baripada. This place is full of natural beauty. The water of this waterfall flows from the top of the hills and collects in a Kunda known as Brahman Kund. A variety of fishes can be seen swimming in Brahman Kunda, which is another attraction of this place. Bangriposi Waterfall is a famous tourist attraction places near Baripada.

Kuchai is situated on the way to Similpal and 8 km from Baripada. It is a historical place that witnesses prehistoric implements of stone antiquities and age thereon. The excavated pre-historic site of Kuchai is known for yielding Neolithic artefacts in association with coarse grit-tempered redware, slipped and showing in addition incised or finger-tip decoration. Close by one could find a plethora of temples, a few of them hic possession of man. Potteries found with Neolithic implements speak of the occurrence of Mesolithic industry of the Later Stone, Age in Mayurbhanj districts.