The Bhunbhuni waterfall is also situated within the Kanger valley. Bhunbhuni waterfall is very close to Tirathgarh waterfall, approx 5kms away. While visiting the Kanger National park, one can visit 5 different waterfalls, which are made from the stream of a single river. The beauty of the nature is unpredictable and hence the existence of the most vulnerable and the beautiful scenic beauties can be seen in different places. As you enter the park, the silent atmosphere and the roaring sound of the waterfall gives you an immense satisfaction of the nature.
The waterfall has its originator at a very less distance from the fall. A lake is considered to be the origin. The water flows down the lake in a traversed way passing through many streams. In fact 5 different waterfalls around the valley can be seen. What more is exciting than the fact that the rushing sound of the water can be heard from different angles in the valley.
The Bhunbhuni waterfall has its own versions, during the summer and monsoons. The waterfalls are overflowing during the monsoons, wherein the water gushes slowly and calmly during the summers. The waterfall has a heavy gush with a very vulnerable speed and flow during the monsoons giving no minute details to be viewed by the visitors. Contrary, during the summers, the water falls through a stepped mountain giving a different view altogether.
Visiting Tirathgarh can also bring you close to the Bhunbhuni waterfall. This waterfall is a little lesser seen due to its distance and popularity. But still, the beauty here holds a dynamic as well. Just like any other waterfall, the Bhunbhuni has a lot to be discovered, with temples and Shiva Lings constructed. The waterfall might not be used by the pilgrims, but still the constructions are a sight of watch.
The Maria tribes and their flea market are present in almost every city in Bastar. The Maria tribes would set up their flea market near the falls on every Monday. Since Tirathgarh is mostly visited, the Bhunbhuni and the flea market can also be covered if planned well. Being closer to Tirathgarh, hence the Bhunbhuni is also accessible from the villages nearby called as Tirathgarh. The forts and the villages constructed by then king can also be viewed while travelling to Bhunbhuni.
The waterfall is a breathtaking view in every season but to have a complete view o f the fall, monsoons are the best, hence making October to February the best time to witness the gush of the water. The fall is located 50kms from Jagdalpur on NH 221 making it a must stop for sightseeing when in Chhattisgarh.