Triveni temple is at Khaptad. On the way to the park headquarter, at the confluence of three rivers, known as Triveni a lord Shiva temple is located. The panorama of Triveni is amazing with other historical temples. Ganga Dashahara, a holy performance, is marked here during Jestha Purnima (Full moon day). Many pilgrims make a holy visit to Triveni to Worship the God Shiva on this occasion. Khaptad National Park is a protected area in the Far-Western Region, Nepal that was established in 1984. Stretching over the four districts of Bajhang, Bajura, Achham and Doti it covers an area of 225 km2 (87 sq mi) and ranges in elevation from 1,400 m (4,600 ft) to 3,300 m (10,800 ft). Khaptad National Park was established in 1984 on the advice of the region’s spiritual saint Khaptad Baba. The renowned Khaptad Baba Ashram, a religious site where Hindu pilgrims come to worship Shiva on the full moon of July–August each year, is located near the park headquarters.
Khaptad Baba lived in Triveni located inside the national park and was known as a philosopher, physician, scientist, and astrologer. It connects the heart of the nature lovers. The khaptad national park is spectacular and unique in nature. It offers a challenging yet rewarding experience unlike any other protected area in Nepal. Its remoteness has been kept pristine and untouched by the outside world. Several majestic sight and experiences in the park offer a timeless appeal for any nature enthusiast. Famous sites with religious as well and cultural importance incorporated by the park invite thousands of pilgrims each year. Among others, Khaptad Baba Ashram, Triveni and Sahasra Linga are the most popular places of interest.