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PERSONAL GEAR & EQUIPMENT FOR TOUR AND VARIOUS ADVENTURE:

When traveling to Nepal for various exciting and interesting Himalayan destinations for leisure tours, treks, or for other adventure. Like longer trekking and climbing peaks as well for major Mountaineering Expeditions. Where all travelers need to pack and bring along with your personal belonging and equipment. As listed for various adventure and leisure tours, that includes jungle safari around Nepal's most famous national parks.

Most gear and equipment depends upon the seasons, as well the duration of your travel and time in Nepal. For further information and details, you can contact us about what to bring or not. As well if it’s too much to carry and bring from home, you can buy or rent in Kathmandu. Various items are available of a great many choices that are necessary and most needed for the trip in Nepal.

For leisure tour and sightseeing what to bring:

Springtime from March to May:

Your personal clothing with sun hats, sunglasses, good pair of walking shoes, sandals, runners or sports shoes. Light jackets or fleece, rain, and wind jackets. Toiletries etc…..sun block creams, and day packs/handbags as well water bottles. Including adapters to charge your electronic gadgets, where the flow of current and voltage may differ from your home countries.

Scarf to protect from the sun and dust and good mask, at the present situation around the world of Covid-19 Pandemic. Which is compulsory to wear, although it is slowly disappearing but for pre-caution. On tour and sightseeing sleeping bags and heavy jackets are not required. Most essential items can be bought in Kathmandu / Pokhara in big departmental stores and super shopping malls, either local products or imported brands of excellent qualities.

Autumn seasons from September to November:

Your personal clothing with sun hats, sunglasses, good pair of walking shoes, sandals, runners or sports shoes. Down jackets and fleece, rain and wind jackets. Toiletries etc…..sun block creams, and day packs/handbags as well water bottles. Including adapters to charge your electronic gadgets, where the flow of current and voltage may differ from your home countries.

Scarf to protect from the sun and dust and good mask, at the present situation around the world of Covid-19 Pandemic. Which is compulsory to wear, although it is slowly disappearing but for pre-caution.

On tour and sightseeing sleeping bags are not required:

If visiting Chitwan or Bardiya National Park for a wildlife safari, along with the mention above, please bring long sleeve shirts and trousers of dark or camouflage colors best for safari, and good walking boots for jungle walks. Morning and nighttime will be cooler temperatures, while daytime can be hot in the sun. Most essential items can be bought in Kathmandu / Pokhara in big departmental stores and super shopping malls, either local products or imported brands of excellent qualities.

During winter times of December to February:

Your personal clothing with sun hats, warm head covering, sunglasses, good pair of walking shoes, sandals, runners or sports shoes. Light or down jackets, fleece, rain, and wind jackets. Toiletries etc…..sun block creams, and day packs/handbags as well water bottles. Including adapters to charge your electronic gadgets, where the flow of current and voltage may differ from your home countries. The scarf is needed to protect from the sun and dust and a good mask, in the present situation around the world of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Which is compulsory to wear, although it is slowly disappearing but for pre-caution.

If visiting Chitwan or Bardiya National Park for a wildlife safari, along with the mention above, please bring long sleeve shirts and trousers of dark or camouflage colors best for safari, and good walking boots for jungle walks. Optional binoculars, bird books of the Himalayas region and walking poles, umbrella. Morning and nighttime will be cold temperatures, while daytime can be warm and pleasant in the sun. On tour and sightseeing sleeping bags are not required. Most essential items can be bought in Kathmandu / Pokhara in big departmental stores and super shopping malls, either local products or imported brands of excellent qualities.

Trekking Equipment List to bring or can hire in Kathmandu:

Springtime or autumn and winter seasons will be almost the same weather and climate-wise, depending upon the altitude of the trekking route and destinations. In spring the sunlight hours are longer, than mid-autumn and winter cold months. Throughout the year in the high Himalayan mountainous region, above 2,000 m altitude remains cold, but the daytime is pleasant with enough sun till late afternoon. For trekking besides your personal belonging, for trek short or longer treks need to bring following equipment and gear.

Sun Hat, Woolen Beni, Down Jacket, Sleeping Bags, Sun Glass, Sunscreen cream, good pair and comfortable trekking boots, Runners or sport shoes, rucksack as a day pack, kit or duffel bags with padlocks to be carried by porters, gloves, scarf's, plastic garbage bags to keep things dry, warm gloves, torch /flashlight, personal medical kit, woolen socks at least 6 pairs, 4 pairs of normal socks, fleece, wind or rain jacket, 1-liter water bottle, stamina or re-hydration powder, Thermal underwear, and vest. Walking / or ski poles (as optional). Including a scarf to protect from the sun and dust, as well sunblock cream and a good mask, at the present situation around the world of Covid-19 Pandemic. Which is compulsory to wear, although it is slowly disappearing but for pre-caution.

Please check that most local or abroad agents provide sleeping bags and down jackets including duffel or kit bags, for the trek only including companies T-shirts. Although most main popular treks with accommodation in local lodge, where sleeping bags are highly recommended for the hygiene and cleanness. Using your own sleeping bags, with inner linear will be the best and safe. Includes in the list, adopter to charge your electronic gadgets, where the flow of current and voltage may differ from your home countries.

Trekking Peaks equipment list to bring or hire in Kathmandu:

A good and strong pair of trekking boots, as well climbing Koflach Plastic Boots, Crampons a pair, Ice-Axe, Harness. Carabineer / Karabiner at least two pieces lock or unlocked. A Pair of Snow Gaiters, Warm Gloves, Sun, and Snow Glass / Goggles. Wind and Rain Proof Set with trouser and tops, Down Jackets, Down Sleeping Bags with warm inner linear (woolen or silk as well cotton). Main Ropes about 200 m (50 m per person) as per the chosen trekking peaks, technical or less technical peak, as well the grading of the climb. Snow-Bar 2 to 4 pieces depending upon the peak, as per your guide suggestions, A pair of Ski-Pole, which will make it easier for walks uphill and as well on long rough descend.

Head Torch Light, Water Bottle / Thermos flask, and Swiss Knife will be of great use for certain purposes if necessary. Extra batteries, Gortex suit, helps to keep you dry from snow/rain and wind/ Inner Thermal wear and helmets. Most of the above items and gear can be bought in Kathmandu trekking and climbing shops and stores, of good qualities also. If it is too much to carry from home and as per weight allowance in international and domestic airlines. People climbing around the Everest region can hire or buy some of the needful gear for the climb in Namche Bazaar also. Another place for hire is at Chukung en-route to Island Peak / Imjatse Himal. Including a scarf to protect from the sun and dust, as well sunblock cream and a good mask, at the present situation around the world of Covid-19 Pandemic.

Which is compulsory to wear, although it is slowly disappearing but for pre-caution. As well adopter to charge your electronic gadgets, where the flow of current and voltage may differ from your home countries. On peak climbing, you will be away from the villages and human settlements with the lodge, where you will not have facilities to charge your cell phone or other electronic items. For this reason one can carry a portable solar power panel that can be carried on top of your rucksack, to charge during the day on walks. Last and but not least, most important to bring your own personal medicines and medical kit, or First Aid Kit. Where some local and foreign do provide comprehensive medical kits, with all basic pills and surgical items for minor wounds. But best to bring as per your medical doctor suggestions and advice.

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