Asia's largest sal forest, Saranda Forests sprawl along the Jharkhand-Odisha border, and are home to a large number of animal, bird and reptile species. The word saranda means elephants and the forest gets its name due to the large number of elephants that call it home. The forest is one of the few places in the world, which house the endangered flying lizard. While the forest is famous for its sal trees, it also hosts a large number of herbs and other trees. The magical sunrise and sunset of Kiriburu in the hills of Saranda is a spectacular sight. Saranda is often referred to as the land of seven hundred hills and is blessed with picturesque waterfalls. The forest trails to the Jhikra Waterfalls is a delight for nature lovers and trekkers. Tourists can visit the twin cities of Kiriburu and Meghahatuburu, which are famous for their iron ore mines, governed by the Steel Authority of India Limited.

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