Dadeldhura; Queen of Hills of Far-Western
Located at the far west of Nepal, Dadeldhura is filled with dense forest, beautiful mountains and hills, heartwarming people and rich cultural and traditional diversity. The district covers an area of 1,538 square kilometers. Dadeldhura is the most developed district among the other hilly districts in the far western region. Being in the far west region for the country and hard terrains, the development is slow, however, modernization has been going slowly and steadily.
According to the 2001 census, the district had a population of 126,162 which increased to 142,094 in 2011. The major language spoken here is Doteli. The temperature of the district is moderate. The highest temperature ever recorded in Dadeldhura was 34.3 °C, while the lowest temperature ever recorded was −5.0 °C. The district is well served by a road network. Dadeldhura is the gateway to various hilly districts of the region such as Accham, Doti, Baitadi, Bajura, etc. Due to its strategic location, the district has the potential to be a regional hub.
Some of the major attraction of the Region
Local routes to Mt. Kailash.
Famous temples like Ugratara Temple, Asigram Temple.
Explore the nearby villages like Samaiji, Kotenli, Khodpe, Manilek.
A mesmerizing view of the last of ‘The Great Himalayan Trail’ of Nepal.
Community Homestay; Experience the warm hospitality of the Rupal village.
Famous Gaura Parba.
Explore the wildlife, unique terrain and jungle of the Khodpe.
Remnants of the Far Western Malla Kingdom.
Jaw-Dropping sunset and sunrise from the top of hills
Local dance like Hudkeli Dance.
Dadeldhura doesn't have an airfield. However, Dhangadhi Airport and Baitadi Airport are in close proximity to the district. Regular buses and taxis are available for travelling to the district from the airport. The district has a well-connected road system. Dadeldhura is 750km from the capital and can take anywhere from 15-16 hours to reach.