NepaliTravellers Hangout: Solo Travel Award is here! Join us to learn more about the Solo Travel Award, or simply to have a good talk. Date: Saturday, September 9th, 2023 Time: 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM Location: Hostel Nextdoor, Kupondole What to Expect: – Discover the ins and outs of the Solo Travel Award. – Gain insights on how to apply for this prestigious award. – Learn about the application process and what it takes to qualify. – Connect with like-minded individuals who share your wanderlust. Whether you’re an experienced solo traveler or just embarking on your first journey, this hangout promises to be a fantastic opportunity to expand your horizons and make new friends who share your passion for exploration. Don’t miss out on this chance to connect, learn, and share your travel stories. Save the date, and we’ll see you at Hostel Nextdoor on September 9th! For more information or inquiries, feel free to contact us at: Phone: 9843662196 or 9801970123 Pack your curiosity and your enthusiasm, and let’s embark on a journey of discovery together! #SoloTravelAward #Nepalitravellers #iamanepalitraveller #travelisanattitude #solotravel
Calling all Nepali adventurers! Whether you’re a Nepali individual, identifying as male or female, embark on a solo journey across Nepal or the world between August 1st, 2023, and May 30th, 2024. Embrace the unique, explore the unknown, and celebrate YOU! 🌍 🌄🌊Stay tuned for updates as we craft this journey together For details visit: https://nepalitravellers.com/sta-faq/ So, see you on the trails, travellers! To stay connected: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nepalitravellers/ —- In video: Menuka Gurung, Rajesh Lama Video edit: Sattya Media Arts Collective #SoloTravelAward #NepaliTravellers #iamanepalitraveller
Explore, Wander, and Win: Solo Travel Award 2024 Awaits | FAQs New video is releasing today at 6pm Nepal Time. Stay tuned…. #solotravelaward #nepalitravellers #iamanepalitraveller #Nepal
Exciting opportunity for Nepali Travellers!! 📣 TRAVEL ANNOUNCEMENT 📣 To all the Nepali Travellers out there! We are thrilled to announce Nepal’s First-Ever SOLO TRAVEL AWARD 🏆 Explore the corners of Nepal or Abroad from Aug 2023 to May 2024. And guess what? The award worth 2 LAKHS+ awaits for 2 travellers (Male and Female). Show us your wanderlust – become the Solo Travel Award winner! Grab your backpack and start the journey! Let the travel begin… 🏃🏽♀️🏃 Stay tuned for more details… Footage credit: Fura Sherpa Aditya Chand Navigate on wheels Abhimanyu Shrestha Divya Dhakal Sonam Jangbu Sherpa Aman Thapa Magar Video edit: @sattyacollective #solotravelaward #iamanepalitraveller #nepalitravellers #travelisanattitude #nepal #travelaward #solotravel
This is a small clip from last winter’s distribution in North of chitwan region. Nepalitravelers is hosting their second winter clothing drive this winter as well. We are collecting warms clothes for 600 individuals of Bangalachuli Municipality of Dang district. Join our hands to support them by donating your warm(used or new) clothes, because there are many children who suffer the cold every winter. You could definitely share your warmth with them. drop off locations and contact details are given below. . Note: We are also taking caah donations to buy new warm jackets for the kids in the region. Drop off location/contact Wegain Zone, bouddha : Saniya(9843066899) @hostelnextdoor: Sonam(+977 980-8564287)
Traveling through our solo traveler’s eyes. Thank you NepalNews for the article. Great reading Nirmala Bhandari Aasmeetaa Thapa Pooja Rijal thoughts on this.
NepaliTravellers strongly condemns recent introduction of a government rule requiring women under 40 years of age to produce ward authorization and family consent for any travel abroad. This proposed rule is a legal violation of individual constitutional rights and is a blatant discrimination towards women that unfortunately reflects the deep-rooted misogyny prevalent in Nepali society. Band-aid solutions, like the proposed rule, demonstrate inability of the Nepali authorities in understanding how organized crimes – including human trafficking – prey upon vulnerable individuals. Requiring approval from husbands or families (read as male relatives) – and authorization from ward officials – is condescending to women and disregards both their capacity and ability to make decisions regarding safety and travel. Image produced from Setopati article: https://tinyurl.com/18y2em1a
NepaliTravellers strongly condemns recent introduction of a government rule requiring women under 40 years of age to produce ward authorization and family consent for any travel abroad. This proposed rule is a legal violation of individual constitutional rights and is a blatant discrimination towards women that unfortunately reflects the deep-rooted misogyny prevalent in Nepali society. Band-aid solutions, like the proposed rule, demonstrate inability of the Nepali authorities in understanding how organized crimes – including human trafficking – prey upon vulnerable individuals. Requiring approval from husbands or families (read as male relatives) – and authorization from ward officials – is condescending to women and disregards both their capacity and ability to make decisions regarding safety and travel.
NepaliTravellers and Hostel Nextdoor, with a team of 5 members left from Kathmandu on January 7 to Hapani, an up north village of Chitwan district, Icchyakamana VDC, Ward no. 2 to distribute 71 sacks full of warm clothes. The collection and sorting done over a period of 2 weeks was for the Chepang community residing in Hapani, 2, Icchyakamana, Chitwan. We were elated to have 4 volunteers join us from SVSI – Sapana Village Social Impact. We are grateful to Mr. Pancha Chepang, Ward Chair of Ichhyakamana, 2 for supporting us logistically on the ground and would like to thank the local residents for being our added support system to bring this year’s Winter Clothing Drive to a conclusion. A beautiful family of Mr. Tek Bahadur Chepang hosted us at Hapani and we truly enjoyed and cherish the moments spent with them. Below are some of the images we managed to gather as we left for the Clothing Drive. We promise to keep you updated and share with you our experiences on the ground in the coming days. We are truly grateful that we got an opportunity to start 2021 with so much warmth that ALL OF YOU shared with us. Thank you to each one of you who joined hands with us! =)
65 BUNDLES OF JOY!!! Much gratitude to everyone who’ve been part of the Winter Clothing Drive. We’ve managed to collect 65 sacks full of warm clothes (Jackets, sweaters, warm hats, trousers, and others). Also, we are grateful that we received Rs. 93,575 cash donation from a lot of people all around the globe (will make a separate post thanking them 😁) Our team will leave on 7th January 2021 to the village and start the distribution on 8th jan. Please tag yourself (super heroes) in this post cuz you know who you are right? 😎
Prasansha Rimal travels for the first time outside Kathmandu valley to Gorkha-Nuwakot-Palpa-Lamjung. She doesn’t travel to see these places and the physical beauty of it. Mountains and forests don’t always excite her, they rather work as a mirror to see herself better. Prasansha was selected through our collaboration with Women LEAD Nepal, a leadership organization that is committed to building a better world where women leaders co-create the future. SWO-YATRA TRAVEL VIDEO SERIES Solo Woman Travel Challenge 2019 Supported by: NABIL BANK Promoted by: Nepal Tourism Board Video Grapics and Editing by Phoolbutta Extra footages by: Tashi Bista
Join us tomorrow morning on Instagram @nepalitravellers, Dec 31st, at 8:30 am, for our live conversation with solo traveler @prasansharimal and educator of Fashion Revolution Nepal, Haushala Zimba talking about state of mind and existence while in their different phases of life and travel. Prasansha traveled for the first time outside the ktm valley to Nuwakot-Gorkha-Lamjung-Palpa. This is the last episode of our travel video series that will be released tomorrow @9am on our YouTube Channel. So stay tuned… SWO-YATRA TRAVEL VIDEO SERIES Supported by NABIL BANK Promoted by Nepal Tourism Board
Prasansha believes she travel more in her head. There are many ways to define what travel is. For some it’s a landscape and for some it’s a mindscape. 😌 Watch her video releasing this Thursday @9 am on our YouTube channel. SWO-YATRA VIDEO SERIES Supported by NABIL BANK Promoted by Nepal Tourism Board #swoyatra #travel #solotravel #nepal #unconventional #mindscape #gorkha #palpa
Nuwakot-Gorkha-Palpa-Ligligkot-Lamjung-Pokhara Meet Prasansha Rimal who travels for mind escapes than the landscapes.. Watch her travel video premiering this Thursday on our YouTube channel. Swo-Yatra Travel Video Series Supported by NABIL BANK Promoted by Nepal Tourism Board #nepal #adventure #solotravel #nepalitravellers #womentraveling
WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE 2020 Share warmth this Christmas and New Year! We are organizing a Winter Clothing Drive to collect warm clothes for the underprivileged children of Nepal. What are we strictly collecting? Jackets Sweaters Winter Cap/ Hat Blankets (Please note that we won’t be accepting any summer clothes, or items othen than mentioned above) You can also donate funds that will be used to cover to cover the logistical needs including transportation. Drop off Locations : You can drop your donations here: 1. Hostel Nextdoor (Patan) Contact: Samikchya Sharma @ 9841376277 2. Outdoor Adventure Nepal (Kathmandu) Contact: Pooja Rijal @ 9843662196 3. WeGain Zone (Kathmandu) was Contact: Saniya Giri @ 9843066899 Note : We are cautious of the ongoing COVID 19 situation. Collection and sanitization of the clothes received will happen accordingly. So please be mindful of what you donate. Collection Timeline : December 20 – January 1 Distribution Timeline: January 5-7, 2021
Call for Volunteers for the Winter Clothing Drive 2020! We are looking for a group of energetic volunteers from Nepal for a period of 3 weeks to support us. Your time with us will mostly involve manual work with the collection, sorting and distribution drive for Rasuwa. DM us your number with the hashtag sharingwarmth (Contact Number, #sharingwarmth) and we will contact you with more details!
NepaliTravellers and hostel nextdoor is organizing a Winter Clothing Drive to collect winter clothes for the children and elderly people. Over the period of 2 weeks, we will be collecting and sorting the winter wears and distribute it to the residents of Grey, Gatlang. To know more about the Winter Clothing Drive, visit us on the event page. #sharingwarmth
Last week we went on a trek to Pikey Peak in Solu district. One of our team member, Pemba Sherpa, had done it second time in 10 days. the first time he went there via Junbesi, he didn’t see any signs leading the trail and there is absolutely nothing(no water, guest houses) from taktor until Jasmane bhanjyang, which is a base for pikey peak I. It is confusing and good chance of getting lost. Locals say , people have gotten lost on these trails. . This time Pemba Sherpa Khambache Pooja Rijal with the help of Ang Phula , local owner of Pikey yak guest house in Jasmane bhanjyang, decided to carry a small paint and mark the trails as we go. This was just a small random initiative but we are surely coordinating with the Ang Phula to have a proper board with more details throughout the trail. . Pikey trail is one of the underrated trails in lower solu khumbu, now dudhkunda nagarpalika, soon it will be become crowded and we request everyone going there to keep the trails Clean and request to carry your trash back. . Happy trekking 😌
Passionate travel duo Gaumaya G and Deevas Grg travel to upper dolpa and shares with us their story. They together formed a story telling platform khula Aakash to share their journeys with us. Give it a watch, it’s visually attractive and explains what dolpa is all about. #travel #dolpa
Full video on Youtube: https://youtu.be/dYATH4TERxo Watch Neeru Chawal blaze through the trails in Terai and hills of Dhorpatan as she completes her 35-day solo woman travel challenge across Nepal. Joy. Laughter. Tear. Smiles. Misadventures. Accomplishments. A woman exploring her country, discovering herself. SWO-YATRA TRAVEL VIDEO SERIES Solo Woman Travel Challenge 2019 Supported by: Nabil Bank Promoted by: Nepal Tourism Board Video Grapics and Editing by Phoolbutta
18 days on Cycle 17 days Trek Meet @neeru_chawal, an aspiring cyclist and a solo traveler. Watch her travel video premiering this Friday on our YouTube channel. Swo-Yatra Travel Video Series Supported by @nabilbank Promoted by @nepaltourism #nepal #adventure #cycling #solotravel #terai #trek #dhorpatan#pokhara #lumbini #nepalitravellers #womentraveling
18 days on Cycle 17 days Trek Meet Neeru Chawal an aspiring cyclist and a solo traveler. Watch her travel video premiering this Friday on our YouTube channel. Swo-Yatra Travel Video Series Supported by @nabilbank Promoted by Nepal Tourism Board – Trade #nepal #adventure #cycling #solotravel #terai #trek #dhorpatan#pokhara #lumbini #nepalitravellers #womentraveling
Solo Trekking | Manaslu Circuit & Tsum Valley Full video on Youtube: https://youtu.be/MHvYbPWsemU Travelling solo does not mean travelling alone. Along the trail, you meet travellers and locals who are just as fascinated with your stories as you are with their narratives. Travelling is sharing; sharing moments of joy, sadness, misery, and belonging. Angel Shrestha traversed through the mountain landscape of Central Nepal while solo trekking through the Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley. She then spent over a week travelling through Gurung villages of Annapurnas. Watch her travel adventure! SWO-YATRA TRAVEL VIDEO SERIES Solo Woman Travel Challenge 2019 Supported by: Nabil Bank Promoted by: @Nepal Tourism Board Subscribe us on Youtube! New videos releasing every Monday 3PM on Youtube. Video Grapics and Editing by Phoolbutta
Important Message 🚨 Since our last visit to Marble danda we saw a massive flow of people taking pictures, eating and above all, TRASHING! Lots of BEER bottles and plastics. Disclaimer: We took our own water bottles, food and most importantly left NO TRASH! So this message is to all the travelers who’ve planned to visit this place; please bring back your trash and help keep the trail clean. #hiking #leavenotrash #nolitering