To get there, you must walk three kilometres over rough, uneven terrain. Ravinder, a tourist from Jainoor, said that once people see how beautiful nature is, they will quickly forget how hard it was to get there by trekking. Pedda Jalapatam is the most important of the seven falls. It looks like the sky has opened up, and a massive stream of milk is coming down beautifully.
When people watch the waterfall's magic, they feel a wave of relaxation washes over them. Tourists are so impressed by its beauty that they want to shower under it and can hear the waterfalls' rhythmic sound.
People forget about their problems and enjoy taking pictures of the beauty of nature, if not a selfie or two.
The water falls from up high onto the stone slabs below gracefully. The water goes into a valley at least 100 metres below the surface. The natural stone slabs make us think of the stepwells that were used by rulers in the past. From where the water falls from a great height, it flows quickly in a stream.
Some of the seven waterfalls are Lord Rama, Goddess Sita, and Bheema Falls. There was an idol of Bheema there. Tribal people honour their god Bheema with two fairs every year. They think that Bheema walked around the area, so they think that the stone slabs show where his feet walked.
How to Reach Mitta Waterfalls
Nearest Airports: Hyderabad, Nagpur
The Mitta Waterfall is 100 kilometres from Asifabad.
Asifabad Road, Sirpur Kagaznagar, is the closest train station.