According to one of the legends the name Ramaroshan derives from the names of two beautiful plateaus ‘Rama’ and ‘Roshan’. Two neighboring wetlands Rama and Roshan are located at the altitude of 2500 m and a distance of half an hour by food from each other.Another story tells us about God Rama who used to come to the peaceful place called Roshan. Ramaroshan: The area of Ramaroshan consists of 12 lakes and 18 breathtakingly lustrous green pastures, locally known as Patans. To the North there is an unbroken series of sedimentary rock faces where the local people harvest honey from sheer 100m high cliffs. Especially the large variety of vegetation gives you a well-rounded impression of Nepal’s diverse landscape: Ranging from sub-tropical forest in the lower altitudes to temperate forests on the Khaptad plateau, you will encounter many different plant species.
In addition, Khaptad National Park is home to 224 species of medicinal herbs and is described as the living garden of herbs. Further, it is estimated that about 567 species, 11 percent of flowering plants of Nepal, are found in Khaptad. However, Khaptad National Park’s fauna is equally interesting and diversified: Common animals living in this area are, among many others, the barking deer, wild dog, wild boar, ghoral, Himalayan black bear, yellow-throated marten, rhesus monkey and langur monkey. Especially popular among visitors is birdwatching, as the park is home to around 270 species.
You will drive through the beautiful river valleys, villages and hill stations to reach your destination.
Start early for the Mohana Corridor by bicycle. The Mohana River Natural Corridor is an ecological corridor / natural pathway for many animals. It offers some really nice views of the morning life of the city and you get to see some rare birds. Don’t forget your binoculars. We will have tea & cookies at the spot. We will continue cycling to the Tharu Village Bhangra enjoying wonderful Terai landscapes. In the village the special lunch is waiting for us. After lunch we will have a short rest and late afternoon we will drive to Budar.
Early morning we will start our beautiful journey to the hilly area passing Dadeldhura known as Queen of hill. We will have our breakfast on the spot, with an amazing view over the area. Here you will be able to feel a fresh wind coming from the North. Around 12am we will reach Dadeldhura, where we will have our lunch. Visit Ugratara Temple, one of the most important deities of the region. Afternoon we will continue our trip through the land of Doteli.In the 13th century there was Doti Kingdom known as Kindom of Raika spread between two rivers Mahakali River in West and Karnali River in the East. In the late afternoon we will reach Sanfe Bagar.
Early in the morning we drive to Jughada, where our hike will start. Trekking to the villages called Mujabar is authentic as it gets. Trails lead through a land untouched by the hand of time, past flagstoned mediaeval villages. In three hours we will reach a small river (you would have put your shoes off to cross it) Closed to the river in the shadow of the huge tree we will have our lunch. You can enjoy swimming here or just jump in and out. By late afternoon we will reach Muga Bagar. We will have our camping close to the village on the river side.
Today after breakfast we will continue our hike towards one of the biggest wetlands, Ramaroshan. Our trip is almost certain to coincide with price planting or harvesting. We will pass the rice fields that look like colorful patchwork blankets covering hills. The hike is going through beautiful and friendly villages and for sure on the way you will have to admit at least one invitation for a cup of tea or a bowl of fresh yogurt. We will enjoy our lunch in one of the villages on the way. By evening we will reach the village called Rama. Just a couple of families are coming here during summer months to graze their cattle. We will have our dinner together with one of the families in Rama.
Today we will experience one of the highlights of our tour—around the breathtaking lakes tand lustrous green pastures, locally known as Patans. To the North there is an unbroken series of sedimentary rock faces where the local people harvest honey from sheer 100 m high cliffs. After 2 hours we will go to the place where the open green meadows – the jewel of Ramaroshan. On the way if we are lucky we will have a chance to see some foxes, jackals or even black bears. By noon we will reach the place called Tinimini. Here we have our camping and free afternoon. According to local people in Tinimini you can find the best potatoes of Nepal.
Today we are going back in the middle-hills starting from the altitude about 2500m and descending to Muja Bagar located approx. 700m lower. The hike will lead through the river bets and a hilly forest impregnated with mint and lemongrass aromas, with beautiful birds chirping, and gentle rustling of the trees. Further we pass through some villages where we will get our lunch . We will stay tonight in the camping area preparing our dinner with locals. You have a chance to see what kind of spices you can use to prepare the best achar.
After breakfast we will hike about 1-2h down to the river, where there the cars are waiting for us to bring to SanfeBagar. We will reach Sanfe Bagar in the afternoon. If there is time in the afternoon , there is an opportunity to visit the local attraction, the ancient fort.
Today morning we will start our ride back, reaching Dhangadi by evening. On the way you can enjoy the beautiful sceneries and amazing view at Himalayans.
You will drive back to the Kathmandu valley. Throughout the journey you will enjoy the amazing and beautiful views of the surrounding.
You will have a sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley which takes in the key attractions in and around Kathmandu. Including AM: Visit 2000 years old Buddhist shrine Swayambhunath, situated on the top of the hill west of the city the most popular and instantly recognizable symbols of Nepal. The temple is colloquially known as the “Monkey Temple”. There are many small buildings and shrines down the hillside behind Swayambhunath.
Explore the colorful Kathmandu Durbar Square – The Old Royal Palace of Kathmandu, Temple of living goddess Kumari, the Jagannath temple, and 17th century temple known for colorfully painted erotic carvings, Kasthmandap temple a three story temple built from a single tree in 12th century. Visit Pashupatinath temple, one of the most sacred Hindu shrines in the World. The holy river Bagmati and the burning Ghats and also visit one of the oldest and biggest stupa of Boudhanath.
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