Samjhana’s Feet are Still Traveling

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You know how some people have so much energy they don’t know what to do with it? Well, that has always been the case with our Ama Ghar daughter Samjhana… when she was a small child, she couldn’t stop moving, dancing, singing, playing, laughing… and now that she’s 21, that hasn’t changed at all. She is working on a Bachelor’s in Travel and Tourism, earning a 3.5 GPA, and she’s also banded together with some fellow students to create their own company called TravelFeet Nepal.

Samjhana is still in motion!

When we asked the entrepreneurial young owners how they started their company, here’s what they said:

“The first initiative was to start a photography page with the vision to highlight the underrated destinations of Nepal and to reflect the cultural, geographical, natural and archaeological diversity of Nepal through the lens. The hunger to deliver quality content made us enthusiastic travelers and helped us grow our knowledge and experience in the field of Travel and Tourism.

A lake in the Dolpa region – photo by TravelFeet

We started realizing the opportunities and platform of Tourism in this mesmerizing country full of beauty. We started thinking up tons of good ideas, so our team got together and asked ourselves questions about our skills, passion, expertise, budget and capital – we even asked ourselves if we were ready to be entrepreneurs.

A gharial (fish-eating crocodile) in Chitwan National Park – by TravelFeet

Everything starts as a dream. We knew that initiation and implementation make the dream work. We had nothing to lose and we all were passionate to work but mainly we had positive clear answers for all of the questions. A dream to be one of the best Travel Companies representing Nepal. Travelfeet Nepal is a Certified Travel Company, a team of young and energetic students pursuing the Bachelors in Travel and Tourism (BTTM) and Bachelors in Information Technology (BIT).

Their latest offering is a 19-day Everest Three High Passes Trek, a hike across three adventurous high passes of the Everest region: Kongma La (5,535m), Cho La (5420m) and Renjo La (5340m), but they have great ideas for less strenuous tours that include art, culture, history and photography.

Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

When you’re planning your next trip to Nepal, contact Samjhana at Travel Feet for tours, trekking and adventure travel as well as photo and videography projects. Dhanyabad!

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Call 986-3666909 / 9862169440 or email