Barehipani Waterfall, one of the two-tiered waterfalls located in Similipal National Park, which is in Mayurbhanj district Odisha. A two-tiered waterfall means the water falls with two drops This waterfall is also considered as one of the highest waterfalls in India.
The height of this waterfall is about 1355 ft (413 meters). Which is 55 meters less than Kunchikal Falls, which is India’s highest waterfall.
This waterfall is flowing over Meghasuni mountain and situated on the Budhabalanga River.
Joranda waterfall is also situated close to this Barehipani waterfall. Joranda waterfall is well known for its beauty though its not massive as Barehipani but these two waterfalls are full of water the whole year.
You can find Barehipani waterfall at the outline of the Similipal National Park, It is surrounded by brief trees and Sal forests. The water of this waterfall runs throughout the forest. A large number of tourists come every year to visit this beautiful waterfall. If you are coming to the Similipal National Park then must visit the waterfall. Tourists can also visit some other popular places and waterfalls near this waterfall. This fall is also famous for a picnic spot, trekking, and beautiful sightseeing.
Best time to visit: Oct-Feb
Nearest Bus Stop: Baripada, Jashipur
Nearest Railway Station: Baripada(46km), Keonjhar(97km)
Distance from Bhubaneswar: 300 km