Barehipani Falls and Joranda Falls Inside Simlipal National Park

Joranda Falls and Barehipani Falls are situated inside the Simlipal National Park in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha State or Orissa (old name for the state).

Joranda Falls and Barehipani FallsJoranda Falls inside Simlipal National Park.

Joranda Falls & Barehipani Falls are regarded as among the highest falls in India. Barehipani Falls is a two tiered 399 meters high fall. Joranda Falls plunges over a cliff of 150 meters in height.

Barehipani & Joranda Falls are located in the heart of a wildlife sanctuary .

How Do I Go to Barehipani, Joranda Falls

Rourkela, the famous for its steel plant, in Orissa or Odisha, is at a distance of 160 kilometers from these magnificent falls.

Jamshedpur, the first planned industrial city of India, is where many factories of Indian Corporate conglomerate, Tata Group, are located. Jamshedpur is in Jharkhand state, a near by state, which is at a distance of 140 kilometers from Joranda and Barehipani falls.

Jamshedpur houses plants of Tata motors (the company which manufactures world’s cheapest cars, Tata nano ), Tata steel with manufacturing in 26 countries and many other Tata group companies. Tata consultancy services is leading IT company from the same Tata group. Taj group of hotels is a leading hotel groups in India from the Tata group.

Bhubaneshwar, the temple city, is at a distance of 300 kilometers.

Balasore at 76 kilometers is the closest railway station to Barehipani and  Joranda Falls. The railway station code  for Balasore at the Indian Railway ticket booking web site,, is BLS. Balasore is at 194 kilometers north of Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha,

Chandipur beach is in the same district of Balasore. Indian Ballistic Missile Test Range is at  a distance of 18 kilometers north of Balasore.

The neatest Airport is at Kolkatta or Culcutta, a major city in  the state of West Bangal, India, at around 240 kilometers distance from the falls .

George T. George

I am George T. George, blogger and owner of the website, This blog is for tourists, pilgrims and travelers to India. I started this blog in 2013, as a destination guide for Indian destinations. It has the information on most of the tourist and pilgrimage destinations in India. Currently, there are 435 destinations on the website, as of the last week of 2017. And the list is growing. I started with website related tasks in 1996. Initially, I worked with website design and hosting for my clients. I moved on to web programming and later on to local citations and search engine optimization. This website is my small contribution to those looking for information on Indian tourist destinations. Please mail me at [email protected] . com (remove the spaces around dot), if are looking for any additional information.

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