This is a ten-episode series consisting of short videos that will explore topics related to sustainable tourism in Nepal. The series will cover the dos and don’ts of sustainable travel and other topics such as community-based tourism and discussions with experts on pertinent sustainability issues.
Sustainability Series Trailer
Episode 1: Promoting Community Tourism In Nepal
Episode 2: Waste Management In The Everest Region
Episode 3: Communities, Wildlife and Tourism
Episode 4: Making tourism an empowering sector for women
Episode 5: Sustainable Hotels
Episode 6: The case for promoting Food Tourism in Nepal
Episode 7: Understanding Overtourism in the Nepalese context
Episode 8: Balancing Authenticity and Development
Episode 9: The potential for wellness tourism in Nepal
At Royal Mountain Travel, we don’t just practice sustainable tourism, but sustainable living. As one of our core values, sustainability is woven through every element of our business and we’re proud of the work we’ve done to put our environment and our people first.
As a Travelife Certified company, we know every small step we take to protect our environment has a powerful ripple effect. Eliminating single-use plastics is one of the most important steps we can take and we’re committed to it. Earlier this year, we gave each of our team members reusable water bottles, 500 in all. Each reusable bottle replaces roughly 217 plastic ones in a year, which means roughly 108,500 plastic bottles will be saved from landfills this year. We know this step starts with us, but will inspire similar actions among our guests and colleagues because we didn’t stop there. Continue reading →