Transformative Travel LLC

Transform your world in Nepal

Transform your world with meaningful travel in Nepal.

Nepal is a country of the Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak in the world, and it’s also the birthplace of Gautama Buddha. As well as being a popular destination for adventure tourism and ecotourism activities, there are many other reasons why this region is so popular with those who visit it from different parts of Asia.

Kathmandu Area

A private guided sightseeing tour that combines culture, authenticity, and quality time.

Everest Base Camp

Nepal's iconic Everest base camp trek made easy with private guide at your own pace.

Royal Bardiya

If you want to see the best that Nepal has to offer, then Bardiya National Park is the place for you.

Nepal & Bhutan

Combining the best of the two Himalayan worlds with an adventure to Nepal and Bhutan is a must-do!

Helicopter - Base Camp

Everest Base Camp is one of the most popular destinations in Nepal, and for good reason.

Chitwan - Pokhara

One of the amazing things you can do in Nepal is to travel from the Himalayas to the Terai.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

Nepal is a wonderful country to visit, but the best time to visit is between October and December. The skies are clear blue, the views spectacular, and the weather dry until about April. Temperatures vary between regions—but on average, January and February can be very cold, especially at night.

Nepal is an incredible destination for adventure, but you must know when to go. Nepal is a country of incredible beauty and adventure. It’s one of the most remote places in the world, with mountains that reach more than 7,000 meters (22,000 feet), and it’s home to some of the highest-altitude valleys in Asia. But while you’ll find plenty of opportunities for hiking or trekking here during springtime, there are also some things you should know before going. 

Nepal is a country of the Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak in the world, and it’s also the birthplace of Gautama Buddha. As well as being a popular destination for adventure tourism and ecotourism activities, there are many other reasons why this region is so popular with those who visit it from different parts of Asia. For example: Adventure Nepal is a country with a rich culture and natural resources. It has many beautiful mountains, rivers and lakes. The people there live in peace and harmony with no war or violence. Nepal is known for its adventure tourism and ecotourism because it has many beautiful places to visit such as Mount Everest Base Camp, Langtang National Park or Kathmandu Valley. Many tourists come here every year to experience these adventures first hand!

Schedule your complimentary "call to adventure session" with our in-house expert, Misty Dhillon.

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Transform your world!

Step out intensionally with our Transformative Travel 4 part process, which includes, virtual pre-trip briefings, interview with Misty Dhillon to discuss everything from tackle and packing checklist to techniques to polish up on before your adventure begins. 

Experience the power of our pre, during, and post journey reflections, providing opportunities for you to process and explore the most potent aspects of your journey, even if fishing conditions are challenging.  

* Please Note: Golden Mahseer pursuits are not for the faint of heart. Devotees of notoriously finicky fish such as Carp, Steelhead, Permit, Milkfish, and Tarpon will bring the right set of expectations, especially to a Golden Mahseer fly fishing trip. If this calls to you, you are in the right place! 

Have a question? We're here to help.

Transform your world!

Step out intensionally with our Transformative Travel 4 part process, which includes, virtual pre-trip briefings, interview with Misty Dhillon to discuss everything from tackle and packing checklist to techniques to polish up on before your adventure begins. 

Experience the power of our pre, during, and post journey reflections, providing opportunities for you to process and explore the most potent aspects of your journey, even if conditions are challenging.