(Last Updated on : 11-05-2019)
Duduma Falls is located on the border of Koraput
districts of Odisha
and Andhra Pradesh
. This waterfalls, formed by the Machhkund River, is 175 meters in height. It is one of the best tourists spots
in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. Duduma Falls has two sub waterfalls; one drops down in Odisha and the other in Andhra Pradesh. Duduma Falls is located at a distance of 70 km from Araku Valley
. The popular Bondas tribe
of Odisha resides near this falls. Machhakund Hydroelectric Project
is located near the falls in between the border of two states. It is collaborative project of the Governments
of the two states. This project is consisted of 6 units with an installed capacity of 120 MW.
Visiting Information to Duduma Falls
Duduma is about 92 km from Koraput and about 177 km from Visakhapatnam. Koraput Junction and Visakhapatnam Railway Station
are the nearest to this waterfalls.
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