Duduma waterfalls of Machhakund, lies near to Jeypore within Koraput district in Orissa. The Duduma Waterfall, 175 metres high, is formed by the Machkund River in Odisha state of India. Duduma is about 92 km from Koraput and around 400km from the capital Bhubaneswar. It forms a part of the boundary between Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. The fall is part of River Machhakunda and a source of water for Machhakunda hydroelectric project.
Duduma waterfall of Koraput is situated in the area of Colourful Bonda tribes. It is an ideal picnic spot because of hills thickly covered with trees all around. Adivasi or tribal market (Thursday) is prime attraction for foreign tourists specifically. There are some other tribes near the waterfall are seen Gadaba Tribes, Paraja tribes. Visiting their villages one can learn a lot of things about tribal culture and tradition. The other tourist attractions of Duduma waterfall are Kolab Dam, Jeypore, Deomali Hii, the highest peak of Orissa (Odisha) Koraput Tribal Museum and Jagannath temple etc.