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Traveler Check List

We recommend you to get detail information on Nepal before you book your trip to Nepal. The travel check list may vary depending upon the month you are travelling. For example during the chilly winter you need to pack some warm clothing like heavy tweets and jackets. Summer is usually warm. If you are trekking in the Himalayas you need to carry some extra clothing.

Most of the trekking gears are available in Kathmandu. You can rent or buy the necessary gears. The weather in the mountain region is chilly in the morning and night. However days are usually sunny. Terai region which is rather famous for jungle safari is comparatively warmer.

Here are the list of items suggested by High Altitude Scientific and Technological Research at the Mt. Everest Region in Nepal. Contact us for the details on equipment and clothing details for your particular need.

Suggested Clothing:

  • Sun hat with visor
  • Stocking cap
  • Scarf
  • Sun glasses
  • Sun block creams (minimum SPF 6 for face, 12 for lips)
  • T-shirts (cotton or wool)
  • Comfortable underwear
  • Long and short sleeved shirts
  • Polar fleece (pile) jacket
  • Woolen sweater
  • Cotton pants
  • Shorts (culturally less acceptable for women)
  • Warm pants, e.g., polar fleece (pile)
  • Silk long underwear
  • Wool long underwear
  • Cotton socks
  • Wool socks
  • Ski jacket (gore-tex shell and down liner, see notes)
  • Rain gear (waterproof jacket and pants)
  • Tennis shoes
  • Hiking boots (broken in!)
  • Warm gloves and/or mittens

Trekking Supplies

  • Down sleeping bag
  • Medium size backpack/rucksack (50 liters)
  • Small flashlight or headlamp and batteries (see notes)
  • Safety pouch (i.e., money belt) for passport, personal documents, money

Personal Belongings

  • Toiletry kit (soap shampoo, toothbrush and toothpaste, small scissors, safety pins, mirror)
  • Personal pharmacy and first aid kit small sewing kit
  • Kleenex
  • Toilet paper
  • Towel
  • Multi-purpose (Swiss army) camping knife (NB: knives and scissors must not be carried on the plane as hand luggage and should always be packed with the checked luggage)
  • Nylon cord

Other Items

  • Camera and film
  • Small thermos or water bottle (1/2 liter), trail bars, vitamins
  • Umbrella

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