RamaRoshan, a lovely hill station with meadows and lakes, is located at a height of 2500 meters in Nepal's Achham District. It is a famous tourism spot in Achham District, notable for its 18 patches of meadow (locally called as patans). It's also the only place where Nepal's national bird, the Danfe, can be found (Lophophorus). The Budhi Ganga valley, as well as the peaks of Mount Saipal and Mount Api, can be seen from here. Stiff rocky cliffs & lush forests, terraced hill slopes and lovely lakes surround the area. The abundance of brightly colored orchids and flowers along the path will make you fall in the beauty of nature.
The name RamaRoshan has been the subject of numerous stories. Some people say that 'Rama' and 'Roshan' are two flatlands separated by half an hour, from which the name RamaRoshan was derived. On the other hand, Rama is a term for several deities, and Roshan refers to scenic locations, hence the name RamaRoshan has stuck around since the deities used to visit that area. Similarly, some people believe that the name of the area is also taken from King Rama's name. Rama used to arrive at a lovely place called Roshan, hence the name "Ramaroshan." RamaRoshan is located 42 kilometers from Mangalsain, the district headquarters of Achham district, and is easily accessible via gravelled motorable road. Achham, Bajura and Kalikot are the three districts that make up the area.
The meadows (flatland) and the pond itself are the main attractions of RamaRoshan. Huge flatlands surround the hills and lakes, providing opportunities for hiking to nearby districts. A beautiful day begins with a trip to the pond and exploration of the surrounding hills. Aside from birds and animals, the area is home to a diverse range of plants as well as several large streams. The area near RamaRoshan is home to a diverse range of plant species. The Khaptad plateau has a broad variety of floras, ranging from subtropical forests at lower elevations to temperate forests at higher elevations. The area is home to Nepal's national bird, the Danfe, as well as other birds like Munal, Kaalij and Dhukur, as well as wild creatures including tiger, deer, wild boar, beer, wild cat, musk deer and others.
The RamaRoshan Trek begins with a flight to Dhangadi, where we will stay for the night and explore Mohana Corridor and Tharu Village. We will drive to Safebagar the next day, which takes 7/8 hours across hilly terrain. Autumn and spring are the finest times to go on the Ramaroshan Trek. We will either travel to Dhangadi, Surkhet, or Nepaljung after the trek as per your decision to catch a flight back to Kathmandu. We can return back from Nepaljung or Surkhet, but because Dhangadi is the largest city in the Far Western Region, we will suggest you that it will be worthwhile to visit the bustling town to witness their modern life.