Koriya is known for its hilly areas and dense forests. The landscape here is appropriate to give rise to many waterfalls in Koriya. Koriya is located in the north eastern part of Chhattisgarh at an altitude of 700 meters above the sea level. The place is known for its natural beauty. Many tourists from all parts of India come to Koriya to experience the natural beauty in its full swing. Koriya in Chhattisgarh is mainly inhabited by tribal people.
Koriya got a separate identity as an independent district in Chhattisgarh, when Chhattisgarh was carved out of Madhya Pradesh in the year 2000. The economy of the place primarily depends on agriculture.
The numerous waterfalls in Koriya in Chhattisgarh attract a large number of tourists from all parts of India. Among all the waterfalls, the most famous are the Amrit Dhara Waterfall, Ramdaha Waterfall, Gavar Ghat Waterfall and the Akuri Nala waterfall. All these waterfalls originate from one or the other river that flows through the state of Chhattisgarh.
The dense forests, the hilly areas and the waterfalls of the state are the main tourist attractions. The place is flocked in by a large number of tourists to see these waterfalls. The places nearby the waterfalls are suitable picnic spots. During winter season, people go for picnic in the nearby areas of the waterfalls. During summer a visit to these waterfalls gives one a beautiful experience and tourists can keep themselves away from the scorching heat of the sun.