One of the highest waterfalls in the country, falling from a height of 157 m, the gushing Duduma Waterfalls is a sight for sore eyes. Located inside a dense forest and offering enchanting views of surrounding areas, it is a beautiful spot. The falls, which has been formed by the Machkund river, has two sub falls, one of which drops in Andhra Pradesh, and the other in Odisha. Many believe that the enigmatic Bonda tribe also lives near this falls. Tourists can pay a visit to the nearby popular pilgrimage place of Matsya Tirtha, where they can take a dip in the water, which is believed to absolve people of their sins.


The waterfalls is situated about 88 km from Koraput and 70 km to the south of Jeypore. The water from the falls is a backbone to the Machkund Hydro Electric Power Project, operating on a dam built here.

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