Gulmi District is a part of Lumbini Zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. The district, with Tamghas as its headquarters, covers an area of 1,149km² and has a population (2011) of 280,160. It is renowned for coffee farming. Gulmi is rich with naturally beautiful views, natural resources that favor the high possibility of tourism in Gulmi. Achamma Ko Gufa, Timure Lekh, Siddhartha temple, rafting in Badhighat, historical place Ridi. Musikot Durbar, Charpala Durbar are some the beautiful areas to visit in Gulmi.
Resunga Pokhari and Temple: Holy place of the region, Resunga is one of the most beautiful hills to visit in Nepal elevated at 2347 meter above sea level which is about three to four hours trek from the district headquarters. There is also a rocky road for small 4-wheelers almost up to the top. One can have a spectacular 180-degree view of snowcapped mountains to the flats of Terai from the view tower. A religiously popular Yagyashala, old temples, ponds, and a view tower are the attractions of the place. Region’s holy festivals Harisayani Ekadashi, Saune Aunsi (mid-August) and Haribodhani Ekadashi take place in Resunga annually.a
Temple area of Rishikesh: Another holy place Ridi also known as Ruru Kshetra sacredly located at the confluence of the Ridi Khola stream and the river Kali Gandaki. Thousands of Hindu pilgrims from Nepal and India pay homage to lord Rishi Keshav in Ridi during Makar Sankranti festival in mid-January every year. Rishikesh is the locality for the biggest yearly fair in the area.