What type of gear should I bring?

What type of gear should I bring?

Here’s a list of the essential gear you should consider bringing while preparing for a trek in Nepal:

Lightweight and moisture-wicking base layers (tops and bottoms)
Insulating layers (fleece jackets, down jackets, or synthetic insulated jackets)
Waterproof and windproof outer shell jacket
Trekking pants (convertible pants or quick-drying hiking pants)
Long-sleeved shirts (for sun protection)
T-shirts and comfortable hiking shorts (for lower altitude treks)
Underwear and socks (moisture-wicking and comfortable)


Sturdy and comfortable hiking boots with good ankle support
Hiking socks (wool or synthetic blend for moisture-wicking and blister prevention)
Gaiters (for snowy or muddy trails and added protection)


Sun hat with a wide brim
Warm beanie or hat for colder temperatures
Sunglasses with UV protection
Buff or scarf (for sun protection and keeping warm)


Trekking backpack with a capacity of 30-40 liters for carrying your personal belongings
Waterproof cover or dry bags to protect your gear from rain


Sleeping bag suitable for the expected temperatures during your trek
Sleeping bag liner (optional for added warmth and cleanliness)


Trekking Gear:
Trekking poles for stability and to reduce strain on knees and joints
Headlamp with extra batteries
Water bottle or hydration system
Water purification tablets or filter (to ensure safe drinking water)
First aid kit including basic medications, blister treatment, and any personal medications


Personal Hygiene:
Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, hand sanitizer, wet wipes, etc.)
Quick-drying travel towel
Sunscreen (with high SPF)
Insect repellent


Trekking map or guidebook
Cash (Nepalese Rupees) for expenses during the trek
Travel documents (passport, visa, permits)
Camera or smartphone for capturing memories

Please be aware that the gear required can differ based on the particular trek and season. It’s advisable to check with us for any specific gear recommendations based on your trekking itinerary and the time of year.
Additionally, pack your gear in waterproof or dry bags to protect them from rain or water crossings during the trek.