Woolen or fleece hat, sun hat for sun protection while trekking
Suns cream, lotion and lip balm
Some pairs of T-shirts and long sleeved shirts, pull over, light flesh jacket Poncho or raincoat
Thermal shirt for high altitude areas
Wind proof jacket, Fleece jacket or warm wool jumper
Windproof, waterproof outer shell garment for Higher altitudes
Down jacket to be recommended for cold nights & morning if you are in high altitude (we can be hired in Kathmandu before we start the trek)
Leg and foot wear
Trekking boot, recommend water proof trekking boot in high altitude
Some pairs socks, Warm socks for colder areas
Trekking trouser (thermal and wind breaker)
Thermal leggings for colder areas
Long skirt for women as an alternative to trousers
Gaiters, in case of rain or snow
Hand towel, soap, tooth brush, paste, face wash, toilet paper, wait tissue,
Headache, capsules for upset stomach or diarrhea pain killer, vomiting
Personal Medicines and First Aid Kits
Diamox™ (125 or 250mg tablets) for altitude sickness. Please discuss with us before starting to take this medicine
Band-Aids, some waterproof tape, cotton, iodine, anti-infection ointments etc.
Chocolate, biscuit, chewing gum, etc
Day sack to be carried personally
Trekking pole, small knife
One liter water bottle
Personal first aid kit to include essential items
Sleeping bag, 4 season
Bag to give porter, day bag, bag cover
Camera battery, charger, flash light, lighter
Books (see Recommended Reading)
Plastic bags or stuff sacks to store/separate trekking gear
Water bottle to refill the boiled water from the lodges or iodine tablets to purify the water, rubbish bag to bring till the lodge or to the right place and etc.
PS: regarding the sleeping bag , you can rent from kathmadu which would be an option incase if you do not want to carry it.
We will sort out all the equipment lists once again before we head off to trekking.
Thanks, Team Leader