Rani Duduma: An Itinerary Trip Site To Schedule Your Visit

Koraput: Hearing the wild roar of waters, sensing the power of their cascade, and visualising the magic of the surrounding rainbows, Odisha’s Rani Duduma waterfall enchants the melody of vailing tribal rhythm wearing a spectacle.

Rani Duduma waterfall, which literally means queen fall, is one of the natural beauties near Nandapur, a small town approximately 45kms from the District headquarters Koraput. It is situated about 14 miles from Semiliguda and 50 km from Patangi.

The place is of great historical importance as researchers have acquired materials connected to its antiquity.

G. Ramadas infers that the village has derived its name from the famous Nanda dynasty of Magadha, which was supposed to have ruled over this area.

The fall is definitely amazing and is worth visiting. It is one of the most beautiful picnic spots in the entire region. It can be easily accessed by hiring local transportation or public transport facilities.

This waterfall is one of the famous picnic spots in the region untouched by tourists outside the district. In fact, the Koraput district is called the Switzerland of Odisha.

So…spent some quality time here away from the dust and pollution of the cities.

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