Tourist Places
HOME » District Profile » Travel And Tourism » Tourist place details



Description :


Amidst thick jungles, Khandadhar is a glittering waterfall created by a perennial rivulet called Korapani Nala within a few kms. of its origin. 244 meters in height it is said to be the highest waterfall in Odisha. 19kms. from Bonaigarh, it is approachable by a fair-weather road but the last twokms. is negotiablke, only on foot. However, the strain one takes on the ardous journey is soon forgotten by the unthinkable scenic beauty the waterfall provides around. Nearby the local tribals worship a deity known as Goddess Kanta. Nearest rail head is at Rourkela (104 kms.) All-weather road upto Bonaigarh is available and the last 2kms. is negotiable on foot.

District Headquarter : Sundargarh
State Capital : Bhubaneswar
Nearest Railway Station : Jharsuguda
Nearest Airport : Ranchi
How to Reach :  
It lies about 104-km from Rourkela via Bonaigarh, which is 19-km from the waterfall. The last couple of meters are purely a trekkers delight. It is located at a distance of 60 kilometers from Keonjhar which is easily accessible from Kolkata and Bhubaneshwar.
Best Time : All around the Year
Contact Person : Rabindra Kumar Dalai (District Tourist Officer)
Contact Person Phone : 0661-2640885
Contact Person Mobile :
Contact Person E-Mail :
Web Address of the Place:
Last updated on: 07-10-2013

Disclaimer : This is the Official Web Portal of . The portal is developed, hosted and maintained by National Informatics Centre. District Administration is the owner of the portal, the contents in this portal is a collaborative effort of various District level offices. Any queries may be sent to Collectorate, , Ph: Fax: and technical queries may be sent to