Surkhet lies in Bheri zone at Mid- Western Development region which is 600 kilometers from the west of capital Kathmandu.It has the area of 2, 451 km square Before it is used to be in district of Dailekh. This district is inner Terai valley of Nepal which has moderate climate. The temperature at the winter drops to 5 degree celeius whereas in the summer goes up to 38 degree celcius. During the rainy season brings sufficent rainfall in the sector of irrigation. Majority of people migrate from remote district to Surkhet. Maximum number of people are Baun and chettris and there are minorities which are Newar, Magar, Tharu, Sunaar, most of them are Hindus and other are Buddhists, Christains and Muslims. The total number of populatin according to 2011 is 350,804.
Surkhet district is tourist attracted district which are in the list of National Heritage sites of Nepal. Bheri river is well known as destination for rafting and paragliding is just started in surkhet.
This biggest lake of Surkhet is about to disappear due to lack of protection and conservation. Located at ward no. 6, Taranga VDC, Surkhet district is known as Barah Lake which is 10 Kosh (Kms) away from Birendranagar in west. This beautiful lake is spread over 12 Bigah (4 acres) in the middle of the jungle and the length is more than 2 Kilometers.
It has rich architectural appearance and situated in the middle of Birendranagar City. A small park is around the Ghanta Ghar which is very green as well as clean. This cemented high tower is also the landmark of Surkhet. The Ghanta Ghar clock is public and highest commented tower w hich was built by the help of government of Japan.
Deuit Bajai is the most famous Hindu Temple in Surkhet and entire Midwestern Region of Nepal. This temple is a local temple which is located in Latikoili VDC in Surkhet. Specially, its history is relative with society's people. Long time ago only Raji society’s people were allowed to pray in this temple. The temple area is national heritage site in the government. People of every community and caste are come here and worship.
1.Rafting in Bheri river
4.Explore with kocal pepole