Sathdhaar is a famous waterfall in Dantewada district. As the name suggests, it is formed when Indravati river divides into seven distributaries to form one small waterfall. When the river cuts through the rocks and makes its way, it gives a magnificent view. Especially during the monsoon when the thunderous river strikes the rocks, it forms a misty environment. The journey to the waterfall, passing through the forest, is as beautiful as the waterfall itself.
On the other side of the river stands tall the Abujhmarh area, and therefore, this place is also considered as the southern gateway of Abujhmarh. This place is also famous for rare Bodh fish. Sathdhaar as a spot, surrounded by dense green forests, stands to explain the beauty of the combination of the river, water and the mountains. With all its beauty and peaceful locality, Sathdhaar is an ideal picnic spot. Tourists may further go to visit Tulaar cave and Handawada waterfall after crossing the beautiful Sathdhaar bridge, also known as Indravati bridge. This location also serves as a good sunset point with the backdrop of dense forests, mountain ranges, river and the bridge.
How to Reach: Sathdhaar is around 40 kms from Dantewada city, and 6 kms from Barsoor. It can be reached by taxis or private vehicles.