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Tourism in Resuga's View Tower

Destination: Resunga 
Highlights:  
•Resunga view Tower
•One can have a spectacular 180 degree view of snow-capped mountains (like Mount Dhaulagiri) to the flats of Terai from the view towerHuman-made pond
•Yagyashala Old Temples
Best time:     Region’s holy festivals Harisayani Ekadashi (June-end), Saune Aunsi (mid-August) and Haribodhani Ekadashi (mid-October) take place in Resunga annually. Thus these can be the best time to visit there.
Accommodation:

There are no hotels and lodges in Resunga. Thus, you have to come down to Tamghas for accommodation, there are many hotels and lodges. You can carry foods to eat but you cannot get accommodation to spend night.

Transportation:
Reaching Tamghas, the headquarter of Gulmi is easy from Kathmandu as daily minibuses and micro buses go there. After reaching Tamghas, you can walk by foot to the Resunga and make it a hiking memory as Resunga is about 3-4 hours trek from Tamghas or you can go through local vehicle, not many vehicles go to Resunga. If you are in group, you can reserve jeep from tamghas or you can go through two wheeler.
Description:  Holy place of the region, Resunga is one of the most beautiful hills to visit in Nepal. Amazingly, elevated at 2347 meter above sea level, Resunga is about 3-4 hours trek from the district headquarters Tamghas. There is also a rough road -for small 4-wheelers- almost up to the top. One can have a spectacular 180 degree view of snowcapped mountains (like Mount Dhaulagiri) to the flats of Terai from the view tower. A religiously popular Yagyashala (fire place), old temples, ponds and a view tower are the attractions of the place.