Home / Photo Story / A Woman Alone

A Woman Alone

  • Entry point of Khaptad National Park, Jhigrana

  • Tribeni is one of the many popular pilgrimage sites in Nepal

  • Khaptad Baba Ashram

  • On the way to Tribeni

  • Crossing a wooden bridge on the way to Khaptad Baba Ashram

  • Uphill trek from Bich Pani while passing through the jungle which were full of medicinal plants

  • At Khaptad's meadows

“She turned her can’t into cans and her dreams into plans.”

Nepali Travelers is a platform for travel inspirations, and a community for travel support, which gives an opportunity to Nepali women to turn their traveling dreams into reality. The coordinator of Solo Women Travel, Sabrina Dangol, told us about the program where their travel team (jury) chooses 10 out of 20 participants, and encourages them to plan everything on their own. Here are some photos taken by one of the solo travelers, Sagarika Bhatta, who explored the landscape of Khaptad in the far-western region of Nepal, in 2015.

Full story: http://ecs.com.np/experience/a-woman-alone