Take the bus to Mangalsen (10h from Dhangadhi), where you can also find accommodations. There is a beautiful way to drive by private car or public bus from Mangalsen to Ramaroshan Area (approx. 4h).
Ramaroshan is situated in Achham district at an altitude of about 2500m. Here you can find twelve beautiful lakes and 18 meadows, locally known as patans. To the north, there is an impressive series of sedimentary rock cliffs which are regularly climbed by the locals to harvest honey – 100 metres up in the air. You will have a spectacular view of the Budhiganga basin along with the majestic peaks of Mount Api, Mount Saipal, and Badi Malika Temple. When keeping your eyes away from the mountains, you may spot wild boars, bears, and occasionally tigers around Ramaroshan.
According to legend, the area’s name is derived from the Gad Rama who used to come to a peaceful place called Roshan. Today, there are two neighboring wetlands called Rama and Roshan. The site is also important for Hindus since Shiva and Parvarti supposedly did spend some time in this area right after their wedding.