Rama and Roshan Trekking

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Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Best Season: March - May & August - Mid-Dec

Max Altitude: 3650 m

Group Size: Min 2 Pax

Transport: Private Vehicle / Flight

Trip Grade



14 Days

Trip Overview

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.


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

At the Tribhuvan International Airport, our office staff will greet you and drive you to your accommodation. The tour manager from our organization will come to your lodging to give you an outline of the trip. You'll stay in a hotel in Thamel for the night.

Day 2: Sightseeing in Kathmandu

Our tour guide will take you on a full-day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu's ancient monuments after your breakfast. The sites include Swayambhunath (monkey temple), Bouddhanath, Patan durbar plaza, and Pashupatinath (biggest Hindu temple). The same hotel will be your home for the night.

Day 3: Flight from Kathmandu – Dhangadi

Today we will take a short flight from Kathmandu which takes about one hour to land in Dhangadi. We will then head towards our hotel after landing there. After checking in to our hotel we will explore the town of Dhangadi.

Day 4: Cycling around Natural Corridor and a short drive to Budar

We will go for early morning cycling today in the Mohana River Natural Corridor. Many animals use the Mohana River Natural Corridor as an ecological corridor or natural passage. It provides some extremely great views of the city's morning activities, as well as the opportunity to spot some unusual species. We'll continue cycling through beautiful Terai scenery to Tharu Village Bhangra. We'll take a little break after lunch and then drive to Budar in the late afternoon.

Day 5: Drive from Budar – Sanfe Bagar via Dadeldhura

We will begin our magnificent journey to the hilly area early in the morning, going via Dadeldhura, often known as the Queen of Hills. We will visit Ugratara Temple, one of the most important deities in the region, after arriving at Dadeldhura. In the afternoon, we'll resume our journey across Doteli's territory towards Sanfe Bagar and will reach there in the late afternoon.

Day 6: Drive from Sanfe Bagar – Jughada and Trek to Muja Bagar

We will drive to Jughada early in the morning and then begin our trek after breakfast. Our route today takes us through stunning scenery and historic settlements. We'll eat our lunch along the river's edge. Then we will continue our journey to Muja Bagar, where we will spend the night along the river.

Day 7: Trek from Muja Bagar – Rama

We'll continue on our way to RamaRoshan today, one of the largest wetlands in the area. We'll pass through rice fields that looks like colorful patchwork blankets covering the hills. The hike will take you through lovely and welcoming communities, and you will almost certainly accept at least one invitation for a cup of tea or a bowl of fresh yogurt along the way. We will arrive in the village of Rama in the evening.

Day 8: Trek from Rama – Roshan

Today will be one of the highlights of our trip, as we go through the breathtaking lakes and lush green meadows known as Patans. We'll travel to the pearl of Ramaroshan, a region with open green meadows. If we're lucky, we might see some foxes, jackals, or perhaps black bears along the route. By 12 p.m., we'll have arrived in Tinimini where we'll be camping and having a free afternoon.

Day 9: Exploration Day

We may decide to stay an extra night in this lovely location. It will be as per your decision, whether you want to trek back or take rest today. We can visit one of the numerous traditional villages in the vicinity or simply relax at the camp enjoying the surroundings.

Day 10: Trek back to Muja Bagar

Today we will return to the middle-hills, starting at an altitude of around 2500 meters and descending to Muja Bagar, which is about 700 meters lower. The journey will take you past river meadows and a hilly forest filled with the scents of mint and lemongrass, as well as gorgeous birds chattering and soothing tree rustling.

Day 11: Trek from Muja Bagar – Sanfe Bagar

After breakfast, we'll hike down to the river for around 1-2 hours, where the cars will be waiting to transport us to Sanfe Bagar. In the afternoon, we'll arrive in Sanfe Bagar. There is an option to visit the local attraction, the ancient fort, if there is time in the afternoon.

Day 12: Drive from Sanfe Bagar – Dhangadi

We'll start riding back this morning and will arrive in Dhangadi in the evening. On the route, you will enjoy the lovely scenery and marvel at the Himalayan views.

Day 13: Flight from Dhangadi – Kathmandu

We fly back to Kathmandu in the morning after breakfast. You may take rest or stroll around Kathmandu after reaching your accommodation.  In the evening, we will throw a big farewell dinner to celebrate your trek's wonderful accomplishment.

Day 14: Departure

It's the final day of your Nepal journey! After morning breakfast, you may go for some last-minute shopping. We'll make sure you arrive at Kathmandu International Airport well ahead of schedule for your return flight. At this time, we'll say our goodbyes and bid you farewell, leaving you with fond memories and lovely photographs to share with your loved ones. 

Cost Includes

  • Pick-up and drop service by a private vehicle
  • Twin sharing accommodation with breakfast in a star category hotel in Kathmandu 
  • Kathmandu-Dhangadhi-Kathmandu transportation by private vehicle / flight
  • Other ground transportation to and from trekking destination
  • Necessary documents and permits including Permit and TIMS card
  • Experienced English-speaking trekking guide, assistant guide and porters and the expenses for their flights, food, accommodation, insurance, salary, equipment and so on
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner during the trek(with tea and coffee)
  • First aid Medical kit
  • All government and local taxes (including 13% VAT and 10 % service charge)
  • Transportation on private vehicle as agreed on the itinerary

Cost Excludes

  • Your Nepal entry visa fee
  • All kinds of beverages (soft/hard)
  • Travel insurance and emergency evacuation expenses
  • Additional days accommodation expenses 
  • All personal expenses 
  • Tips for guides and porters


 Firante Treks and Expedition Manages for best and comfortable accommodation and also provides you hygienic food. Standard (3 Star) are booked in the cities such as Kathmandu and Pokhara, whereas a tyical trek lodge will be booked on remote areas. 

Luxurious rooms from 5 Star hotels are also made avaiable on demand in the cities on additional cost but remote regionss dont have such facilities.

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