The Karkatgarh Waterfall was a crocodile hunting place for Mughal rulers and British officials who also came to enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna around the place. British officials constructed a dak bungalow with a view on the 300-feet-wide and 100-feet-high waterfall. British official Henry Ramsay mentioned it as the finest fall surrounded by a beautiful scenery. The fall is now part of the Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary, situated in the Kaimur mountain range. It is located in the Chainpur block, which is adjacent to the border of Uttar Pradesh.