Royal Mountain Travel

Royal Mountain Travel

Interested in visiting the most sacred and important Jokhang Temple in Lhasa? Seeing Rhinos in Chitwan or tigers in Bardiya National park? Riding a motorcycle from Lhasa to Kathmandu? Paragliding through the breathtaking scenery offered by the Himalayas? And doing it all with a locally-run company that can introduce you to local communities and culture along the way?

Royal Mountain Travel is for you!

They are one of the leading tour operators in the region, specializing in a wide variety of tours, hikes, treks and mountaineering expeditions in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan.

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Mountains, Quiet Area and Small Towns/Villages

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Why Lokal Recommends Royal Mountain Travel


Social Enterprise started in 2005| Locally Owned with 100% local staff

A Unique Story

Royal Mountain Travel (RMT) is a Nepalese tour operator, based in the capital city of Kathmandu. Since 2005, RMT has been working as a transmitter between the world and the rural communities of Nepal offering varieties of community-based tours and trekking in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. From the beginning, they have been focusing on the morals of Ecotourism and towards the authentic experience of the host destinations by making sure their guests receive the warm hospitality of the culture and tradition of the countries.

Deep Community Connections

They are supporting the communities of Nepal by designing and operating tours and treks to remote destinations and accommodating travelers in community Homestays. Before introducing communities to the tourism industry, it is their principle to provide the local population with proper guidelines; protection of the environment, the participation of women, values education, tradition, culture, and the importance of sanitation.

Active Environmental Stewardship

In the case of lack of energy in certain communities, they discourage local people to cut trees or use fuels as their source of energy – rather they try their best to supply them with an alternate and sustainable form of energy; usually solar.


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