Well organised by the company. Great team of guides and porters. The guide assigned to us was very knowledgeable on the ins and out of nepal and was very articulate. We did the trek during monsoon so weather was predictably wet and cloudy. Will visit...More
What should I bring? * Day pack (rucksack) * Back pack (porter will carry it) Recommended size: about 50 liter capacity (10-12 KGS per person) if you are traveling with a friend you can share one pack between the two of... More
What should I bring? * Day pack (rucksack) * Back pack (porter will carry it) Recommended size: about 50 liter capacity (10-12 KGS per person) if you are traveling with a friend you can share one pack between the two of you. * Well-worn Hiking boots or shoes * A pair of sandals * Sleeping Bag (HSJ will provide if you do not have your own) * A one - liter hard water bottle to be filled up along the trekking trail * Warm jacket * Light-weight cotton clothing * Water proof jacket (a fold -away windcheater is fine) * Light sweater * Bath towel * Sun hat * Sunglasses * Sun cream * Knee supports (optional for the downhill portions of the trek) * Trekking pole * Water purification (Himalayan Social Journey will provide water purification tablet) * Small First-aid-kit (Himalayan Social Journey will also provide one) * Headlamp (preferable) or Flashlight (torch) * Camera * Loose stomach and nausea medicine * Toiletries for trek (toilet paper, soap, Towel shampoo etc...) Optional: School supplies (pens, notebooks, colored pencils etc...). These gifts can be directly turned over to our company when you arrive in Kathmandu. And we will arrange them to distribute through our proper channels. Much of your trekking clothes and supplies can be easily purchased in Kathmandu near our hotel at good prices. Bring hiking boots/shoes from your country. The Nepali ones are not recommended.