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Packing list / Equipment Check-list / What to bring to Nepal?

Note that including your Duffel bag porter will carry Maximum 25 kg so it is better as less as possible.

Following things are necessary. Most of the items you can buy in Kathmandu. Some items you can get in rent too.

S.No. Item description
1 Sleeping bags.
2 Sleeping pad - Thermosets or Insulate
3 down jacket, (0-15 degree Celsius. can be buy also in Kathmandu)
4 Sweater or fleece and other articles suitable for layering
6 Scarf - to keep dust and sun away from face
7 Trail snacks - bars, tang, dry foods
9 Large plastic bag to put inside the duffel
10 Daypack
12 Sturdy hiking/trekking boots (better if it is water proof) and Camp shoes or sandal (normal)
13 light and comfortable pants, half pants
14 Gloves or Mittens
15 Socks, Wool socks & sock liner
16 Towel/Hanky 
17 Brush, razor/toothpaste/soap/shampoo/ and other your personal daily needed things
18 Long and short sleeved shirt and T-shirts
19 If possible Environmentally safe soap
20 Water purification system – pills, drops or pump
21 Water bottle or Camel bag
22 Minerals for water
23 Underwear
25 Bras (for women)
26 Wind proof jacket
27 Rain coat or a good umbrella if it is in rainy season
28 Sanitary napkins (for women)
29 Bathing suit (for spring treks)
30 Warm cap/hat and sun hat
31 Mosquito cream or spray
Litchi spray or cream. (sometime Mosquito spray work for it) 
32 Utility knife
33 good quality Sunglasses
34 Sun cream/ sun protection (with extra power)
35 Lip guard/Lip care /lip blam
36 Book and note copy
37 Toilet paper (can buy in KTM / on trek)
38 Plastic bags (for clothes organize)
39 camera equipment, binoculars,
40 Flashlight with extra batteries & bulb
41 Some common medicine likes: Band-Aids, 
aspirin or Tylenol for headaches or other pain, antihistamine, Throat lozenges etc. If you are taking medicine also necessary to bring from there.

Some Extra (optional) lists:

Extra underwear, extra socks, extra T-shirts or short sleeved shirt, collapsible plastic bucket or bowl for laundry, some antibiotic, Moist sealed mini paper towels, Powdered drink mix, Chocolate or candy bars, Sewing kit and tape safety pins, rip-stop nylon tape, dental floss, Ace Bandage, reading material, walking stick, non-breakable, small musical instruments like harmonicas, small cassette recorder, ipod, volleyball, soap bubbles if you like to make fun with your staff.


Annapurna, Langtang-Helambu, Everest are three most popular and most visited regions in Nepal. Annapurna, Everest, and Langtang-Helambu this three regions constitute the most popular trekking areas of Nepal accommodating more than 90% of the overall all trekkers. These regions combine the multiple advantages of being easily accessible; present a variety of spectacular scenery and offer a multitude of trekking routes with good infrastructure as well as off-the-beaten track destinations. It is possible to plan a trek as short as a few days and as long as 5 weeks . The variety of trekking routes suits anyone from the amateur to experienced trekkers.


The Langtang/Helambu region, already covered in the above section, is the main trekking destinations in the area. Besides, the Central Himalayas offer other alternative and off-the-beaten track trekking possibilities. Located in the heartland of Nepal, in the historic land of Gorkha, the Manaslu and Ganesh Himal are two mountainous massifs with trekking routes going through a range of fantastic scenery. Eastward, the region of Rolwaling is another hardly visited area.


The Mid and Far West regions of Nepal cover the largest area of Nepal. This area receives much less than rainfall than the central and eastern parts of Nepal and its soil is less fertile. Economically, this is the less developed region of Nepal which lacks of all basic infrastructures. There is acute food scarcity and the economic and social conditions of the majority of the people are extremely precarious. The main trekking destinations in this area are the region around Rara lake, Humla and the Khaptad national Park.


The Trans-Himalayan region is located in the rain shadow of the main Himalayan ranges with a climate and landscape similar to the Tibetan plateau. This is a region of spectacular and extreme beauty where are located the most remote and scarcely inhabited valleys of Nepal. Most of these valleys were totally closed to foreigners until recently. It is only in the beginning of the 1990s that they were opened to foreign visitors. However, they see only a very limited amount of foreign visitors as trekking in these areas remain relatively expensive due to the significant fees levied by the Government of Nepal and the logistical arrangements required. Trekking in the ancient forbidden Himalayan kingdoms of the Upper Mustang or in the unfrequented ancestral land of Dolpo thus remains a unique and exclusive experience of feeling into a totally different world. This is a world that has retained their atmosphere of forbidden land, mythical kingdom and magical landscapes.


The hills of the Eastern region are the original homeland of the Kiranti folk whose sub-division are the Rai and Limbu. It is a region that enjoys abundant rainfalls and fertile soil. The water is plenty supporting lush vegetation and variety of crops. The steep-banked Arun and Tamur rivers and their tributaries have shaped deep and narrow valleys whose waters join at the exit of the last mountain barriers to collect in the Koshi Tappu reservoir and wetland. Scattered human settlements and picturesque old bazaars cling to steep mountain slopes and ridges. The remote and upper north valleys of Olangchung, Thudam and Topke Gola bordering Tibet are inhabited by distinct and small ethnic groups. The two main trekking destinations are the Makalu and Kanchanjunga areas.