Barehipani & Joranda Waterfalls
It is India's 2nd highest and Odisha's highest waterfall. The height of the waterfall is 1309 ft. The source of the waterfall is Budhabalanga River that flows over the mountain. It is a two-tier water fall.
It is a tourist destination and entrance to Similipal National Park.It is situated in Kuchilaghati Panchayat, Mayurbhanj District of Odisha in India. It is situated beside Palpala River. It's a good picnic spot, especially in winters. Lulung, is home to many endangered and endemic species of flora and fauna.
Chahala it comes under Panchayat of Barehipani and Jashipur. It comes under District Mayurbhanj.
Buribalam River the Budhabalanga River flows through the districts of Mayurbhanj and Balasore in the Indian state of Odisha.
A local temple depicting Odisha architecture which is easily accessible by road with pristine surroundings, visited by locals and tourists alike.
Kuriana Dokra Village
Kuriana Dokra Village The “Cire perdue” (Lost wax method) of casting in metal of the sithulias (Dhokras) are typical example of Mayurbhanj metal castings. The dhokras are adivasis and like their counterparts in Dhenkanal & Keonjhar district and neighboring state of West Bengal they used to make metal casting items purely for house-hold use. They are a nomadic tribe and find their living by marketing their products.
Simlipal Tiger Reserve Similipal National Park
Simlipal Tiger Reserve Similipal National Park is a national park and a tiger reserve in the Mayurbhanj District of Odisha . It is part of the Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve, which includes three protected areas — Similipal Tiger Reserve,Hadgarh Wild life sanctuary. Simlipal National Park derives its name from the abundance of Red silk cotton Silk trees growing in the area. It is the 7th largest national park in India.