Hathipathar Waterfalls

Nestled amidst the dense vegetation in a deep valley, the Hathipathar Waterfalls Jeypore is formed by the Nagavali River that carves out two wondrous waterfalls in its pathway offering some lovely picnic spots. The name Hathipathar Waterfall In Jeypore In India translates into elephant rocks owing to the natural boulders strewn over the place that resemble elephants. Hathi means elephant and pathar means rocks.

The Hathipathar Waterfall In Jeypore In Orissa is one of the most beautiful Waterfalls in Jeypore and is a marvelous place to hangout with packed lunch and all, for a whole day. The dense foliage and the thickly vegetated slopes of the hills surrounding the place are saturated with the forlorn glory emitted by the wilderness.

The Hathipathar Waterfalls Jeypore is 112 km from Koraput. You can take a bus or a hired car from Jeypore to reach the waterfall. If you start early in the morning, you can reach the place by midday, spend the day at Hathipathar and head for Jeypore after sundown and you will reach by night. However, to have most of the place, it is advisable that you keep a day for Hathipathar in your itinerary.

The hills in the Orissa Andhra Pradesh border regions offer some of the creams of seclusion. Blessed with thick deciduous vegetation, these hills display a rich collection of flora and fauna and are very popular among those tourists who prefer to hang their rucksack on their back and set out for the wilderness. Perhaps it is the feeling of insignificance an individual feels that draw them to these woods more than anything else.



Similar Destination Odisha

Alarnatha Temple

Alarnatha Temple or Alvarnaath (Sanskrit:अल्वारनाथ),(Oriya:ଅଲାରନାଥ) is a temple dedicated to Vishnu and located in Brahmagiri, Orissa, more

Taptapani

Taptapani is a hot water spring in the Eastern Ghats of Orissa in the district of more

Bhattarika Temple

The Bhattarika Temple is another famous Hindu pilgrimage destination in Cuttack. Dedicated to the Goddess Maa more