Dadeldhura can be reached from Dhangadhi in 3 -4 hours via a public bus.
Dadeldhurais known as the Queen of hills. In the past, the route to the sacred Mount Kailash in Tibet led through this beautiful hill town. Today, Dadeldhura is a must on the way from the Terai to the mountainous regions. It has a rich history and spectacular nature. Additionally, one of the most important historical places in Dadeldhura is Amargadhi Fort. This fort is a historic monument, directly connected to the unification of Nepal by King Prithvi Narayan Shah. During the time of unification in the early 19th century, General Amar Singh Thapa fought the English from this fort. He built this fort to store arms and ammunitions. In addition, it served as a military base.
The Ugratara Temple is another attraction here. Numerous worshippers come to this place of pilgrimage in the mountainous landscape. Ugratara is an incarnation of Goddess Durga, the Goddess of Power. According to legend, she is one of the seven divine sisters that were commanded by Lord Shiva to stay in this region. As a result, there are seven temples to worship the Goddesses.