It's the altruistic nature of Odisha that it lets travellers come and take joy at the sight of the second highest fall across India, Barehipani. This waterfall shares land with the Simlipal National Park settled in the Mayurbhanj district which is known for sheltering wild elephants, gaurs (Indian bison), Bengal tigers and chausingha(four horned antelope).It is the River Budhabalanga that lets this waterfall cuddle and flow over the mighty Meghasani mountain. One of the most interesting thing about this famous waterfall in Odisha is its two drop that descends from a wife cliff with a height of 399 m where the tallest drop ranges 259 m. Furthermore, those who are visiting the national park for sighting the Bengal and White Tiger, their experience becomes even exciting and wonderful with the presence of this popular tourist attraction amid the thriving vegetation of the region. Travellers love to stop and stare at the beauty of the height of Barehipani Fall and also the crashing sound it makes while coming all the way down. Tourists can also choose to visit, another popular waterfall in Odisha, Joranda Fall which makes its name as the 19th highest waterfall in the country and is settled inside the Simlipal National Park.