We suggest that the trekkers should bring following items or trekking gears for their personal use depending upon the grade and duration of the trek.
Toothbrush, Mini bottle of combination toothpaste/mouthwash, Soap, Towel,Â Sun Hat, Woolen Benin, Down Jacket, Sleeping Bags , Sun Glass, Sun screen cream, good pair of trekking boots, Runners or sand shoes, rucksack as day pack â€“ back pack, kit or duffel bags with padlocks to be carried by the staff, gloves, scarf's, plastic garbage bags to keep things dry, torch, personal medical kit, at least 6 pairs of woolen socks to be used during the trek, 4 pairs of normal socks, fleece, wind or rain jacket, water bottle, stamina or rehydration powder, Thermal underwear and vest. Ski poles (optional) for walking.
What to carry during the trek
For a Day Pack, necessary things to carry are Camera, Water Bottle, Reading Materials, Towel and Toiletries. Beside this, warm and rain gear should be carried in your day pack. Other trekking accessories will be carried by trekking attendant on your demand.
Medical kits for the trek
Our Sherpa Guide or leader will carry a complete medical kit. However, you should carry personal medication as prescribed by your doctor. General medication needed are - Aspirin, Para-Cetamol, Brufen, Anti-diarrhea pills, metronidozole (Fasign) to cure bugs, Anti Acid Tabs and Antiseptic Creams, Band Aids and some Cotton Wool & Bandages including Elastic Bandage. But consult your guide/ Sherpa team leader before taking any pills during the trek. Do not take sleeping Pills while trekking as it is dangerous to use on high altitudes. Clients are recommended to go thorough medical check up prior to their trek departure.
Cosmetics helpful during the trek
Chap Sticks, Vaseline, Sun Screen, Mouth Wash, Cold or Wind Cream (depending upon the area of trekking).
Toiletries for the trip
Shaving Kits for men, Tissue Paper, Sanitary napkin for females if required. Apart from this we will also provide toilet rolls on the trek while camping.
What to bring during rafting
1. Sweater- Fibre Pile/ Flee Jacket
2. Warm pants, Tennis shoes/ sneakers
3. Set thermal underwear
4. Two T- shirts, two half pants, towel
5. Sun lotion- lip cream
6. Personal toiletries
7. Camera, film, Pocket knife
Clothing for the Biking Tours in Nepal:
1. 2 pairs padded lycra cycling shorts (not bibs, to wear under baggies or 3/4 knicks)
2. 1 pair non-padded lycra boxer shorts
3. 2 pairs cycling socks (1 lightweight, 1 slightly warmer wool mix)
4. 1 pair lightweight â€˜trekkingâ€™ trousersâ€™
5. 1 pair baggy cycling/hiking shorts
6. webbing belt that doubles as luggage strap when riding
7. 2 ultra-light short-sleeve base layers (currently using North Face
8. 1 long sleeve light-weight merino wool jersey
9. 1 cotton t-shirt
10. 1 pair ultra-lightweight fleece tights (only for the really high altitude trips)
11. 1 lightweight fleece (Polartec 100) pullover
12. Insulated jacket (750 fill down) â€“ packs down really small (or for less extreme trips)
13. Featherweight windproof pull-on smock
14. Lightweight long-fingered riding gloves (Specialized Ridge glove)
15. Waterproof, insulated gloves (Specialized Subzero, but only for extreme trips)
16. Montane superlight waterproof riding jacket
17. Waterproof (Lowe Alpine Rush) trousers (only for extreme weather trips)
18. Sealskinz Long Light waterproof socks (only for extreme weather trips)
20. lightweight baseball cap.
21. Wind stopper fleece hat (only for extreme weather trips)
23. Specialized biking shoes