What to bring

The climate in Nepal changes with hight and season, varying between -100 on the high treks and 300 on the lower treks, so you need to bring a variety of clothes to Nepal.

What you should bring with you on a trekking:

  • -Good trekking shoes, comfortable boots with good support for your ankles (spray them with rainproof spray)
  • -Sleeping bag (needed for both camping and teahouses as they usually only provide blankets. You can easily rent in Nepal)
  • -Backpack (with good waist and chest straps)
  • -Daypack
  • -Hiking sticks (you can easily rent)
  • -Comfortable shoes or sandals for the night
  • -Socks
  • -Loose trousers / trekking trousers
  • -T-shirts, long sleeved shirts
  • -Thermal underclothes
  • -Warm lightweight sweater or fleece
  • -Lightweight wind jacket
  • -Pyjamas (something comfortable to sleep in)
  • -Warm hat (in cold months) and scarf / hat to protect against sun
  • -Rain gear (poncho and raincover for backpack)
  • -Down jacket (depending on trek and season)
  • -Personal toiletries
  • -Mosquito repellant 
  • -Head lamp / flash light
  • -Personal first aid kit and medicines
  • -Sunglasses, sunscreen, lipbalm
  • -Quick dry towel
  • -Water bottle with carry strap
  • -Water purification: filter or iodine
  • -Camera
  • -3 passport photos for ACAP (trekking) permit