Nabarangpur is at a distance of 565 km from Bhubaneswar and 65 km from Koraput. The Nabarangpur has covered with hills & dense forest. Most of the inhabitants of Nabarangpur are belongs to the tribal class, and they live on agriculture and forest goods. Nabarangpur District is a treasure of many natural resources like iron, chlorite, mica, quartz. Nabarangpur is famous for Saidhara Waterfall, Ambapani Wildlife sanctuary, Deer Park, Pendrani Temple, Bhandara Gharani Temple, Hirli Dongri, Hill Park, Sahid Smruti Stambha, Chandandhara Waterfalls are the Best tourist places in Nabarangpur.

The Nabarangpur District covers an area of 5294 sq. Km. As per the 2011 census, the total population of the District is 12,20,946. The male population is 6,04,812, and the female population is 6,16,134. The Nabrangpur District has one subdivision, 885 Villages, 169 Gram Panchayats, 10 Tahasils and 10 Blocks, 2 Municipality, 1 N.A.C, 4 Assembly Constituency and 12 Police stations are there in Nabarangpur District.

Sai Dhara Waterfall is around 8 km from Jharigaon and 27 km from Umerkote and 68 km away from Nabarangpur town. The waterfall is surrounded by the greenery view it’s breathtaking. The natural stream, dense and thick forest attract thousands of visitors.  The waterfall produces such clean and cool water which is very stupendous to take a bath of the natural. Best tourist places in Nabarangpur

The Ambapani wildlife sanctuary is located near Nabarangapur and Kalahandi border. Ambapani sanctuary is surrounded by green forests and beautiful waterfalls. The sanctuary shelter many animals like Tiger deer, Sambar, elephants and many more. The environment of the place is pleasant and also the most attraction for touristy. It is a wonderful place to do trekking and mountain climbing. There is a Ghumareswar temple has located beneath the Ambapani mountain. The beautiful natural environment and the wondrous sound of the waterfall attract the visiter during winter. Ambapani wildlife sanctuary is one of the tourist places in the Nabrangpur District.

Deer Park is located 10 km from Nabarangpur towards Papadahandi. The park is 30-year old. Watching Natures bounties from the watchtower in this park is a unique experience. The Deer Park is spread over an acre of land and houses 130 deer, including 63 female deer. In the Nabarangpur district, the deer park is the main attraction. A large number of tourists come here to see it. There is a beautiful child park placed in the deer park. In addition to deer, the park also has peacocks and Rabbits. It is the best picnic spot for picnickers to come to the place during winter. 

Maa Pendrani temple has situated inside Umerkote town and is around 70 km from the District headquarter of Nabarangpur. Maa Pendrani is the presiding deity of the place. The main festival of this place is Thakurani Jatra in the month of Chaitra, and a large number of devotees gather here to observe the function. Maa Pendrani temple is one of the famous tourist places in Nabarangpur.

Maa Bhandar Gharani is the shrining deity of the place and is mostly worshipped by the Adivasi and local people. It is one of the Shakti Pitha. Dussehra, kali puja and Maha Bisuva Sankranti are the main festivals of Maa Bhandar Gharani. The scenic beauty of this place is very attractive due to the adjacent hills and dense forest. Maa Bhandara Gharani temple is one of the tourist places in Umerkote of Nabarangpur District.

Hirli Dongri is situated around 2 km from Nabarangpur town, where an ancient statue of Lord Balaji was found and being worshipped. Near to the Hirli Dongri Kusumjhar reserve is situated. Hill view park is the major attraction of Hirli Dongri with a watchtower, children park and Gym. It is one of the most famous and attractive picnic spots for tourists. Best tourist places in Nabarangpur

The Sahid Smruti Stambha has situated at the bank of the river Tuni near Papadahandi. The Smrutistamba is 12 km away from Nabarangpur. During the Quit India Movement on 24 August 1942, 19 freedom fighters died while fighting with British soldiers during the march towards Dabugam under the leadership of Madhab Pradhan. Smruti Stambha was constructed to keep it in memory of Sahid

Chandandhara Waterfall has situated in Jharigam Block and is 60 Km away from Nabarangpur Town. Chandan Dhara waterfall has surrounded by dense forest and hills. The scenic beauty of the Chandandhara waterfall is so beautiful that tourists have come to see the waterfall in the winter. The place is also remarkable for a natural Shiva Lingam. The tourist can enjoy the superb scenery of the waterfall in Mahashivaratri. The eternal beauty of nature is breathtaking here. Chandan Dhara Waterfall is one of the best tourist places in Nabarangpur.

Podagad is 11 KM From Umerkote and around 78 km from Nabarangpur town. It was the capital of the ancient Nala Dynasty. The hill ranges of Podagad infested with deep forests preserve the remains of the ruling dynasties. Their caves, usable, inscriptions and habitable rock structures indicate that before the invasion of Mughals. Punjisil waterfall is located about 5 km distance from Podagad. Podagad is a tourist attraction near Umerkote in the Nabarangpur district.