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Peace Eye Trekking & Tours Company will help you to plan a made-to-measure adventure, making sure you experience every aspect of our magical world. If you have a taste for the exotically different, the programs on our site make it easy to plan your time in Nepal, Tibet & Bhutan. We invite you to explore the beauty of the snow-capped mountains, the extraordinary flora and fauna and the fascinating culture of people from several diverse ethnic groups. Take a look at our featured treks, information with tips on preparing to go trekking, answering to frequently asked questions or to classic trekking enquiries. Whatever your trekking interest Peace Eye Trekking & Tours can help you have the time of your life trekking in Nepal. Choose from treks like Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Trekking, Langtang Trekking, Dolpo Trekking, Manang Trekking, Makalu Trekking or less popular trekking options including Mustang or Kanchenjunga Base Camp. From short, easy treks to month long expeditions, from teahouse trekking to camping ‘rough’, Nepal has it all. What are you waiting for? Treat yourself to a break that will thrill and revitalize you. At Peace Eye Trekking & Tours, our whole team is proud to be at your service, and we look forward to meeting you.


Welcome to Peace Eye Trekking Team in Nepal The Peace Eye Trekking Team is an authentic and reliable trekking agency established by experienced Guides and Porters. All of our team members are familiar with the nature and culture of Nepal with most having grown up in the Himalayas. We strive to instill respect for these sacred mountains and take pride in doing our part to preserve its natural beauty, the way of life of its people, and its rich cultural heritage. We would like to introduce Peace Eye Trekking Team as one of the leading trekking companies in Nepal. Peace Eye Trekking Team is dedicated to provide excellent and personalized service. We carefully plan together with you and supply you with all information necessary for your safety, comfort, and enjoyment. Rich cultural spirit that represents unique blends of Buddhism and Hinduism, Birth place of Buddha, Home of Mount Everest, World class rivers, World heritage sites - this is Nepal and it has something to enjoy for everyone.� Peace Eye Trekking Team is proud to share our country, its nature & century old cultures, and many years of experience in this field with you and give you an excellent opportunity to explore our beautiful Nepal. Whatever your trekking interest Welcome Nepal Trekking Company can help you have the time of your life trekking in Nepal. Trekking in Nepal Himalayas is a paradise, as Nepal has been known to be the best destination for trekkers in the world. Nepal has some of the most spectacular, exciting and breathtaking trekking that 6

nowhere can be found in the world, therefore, Trekking in Nepal is the special for mountain lovers, to those who would like to discover the diverse range of flora and fauna, varieties of the culture or simply to have special holidays in the majestic mountains. Trekking Nepal has known for 100 years, as the trekkers come to view the diverse lifestyle of the inhabitants in the mountain regions. No doubt, the hospitality of the people living the Nepal Himalayas enchants trekkers in such a way that they come again and again and have fondest memories of Nepal throughout their life. You don’t have to be an Olympic athlete to tackle the Himalayas. Nor do you need any special experience. Trekking is just walking, and anyone who is moderately fit and has a sense of adventure will enjoy hiking and trekking in Nepal. The range of treks varies from short gentle hikes through terraced foothills to lengthy expeditions to Mount Everest’s summit. Whatever you’re level of fitness or experience, you’ll find an adventure of life time that is waiting for you in Nepal. Peace eye Trekking Agency was established by a group of dedicated, young and experienced trekking mountaineering / Expeditions trekking guides and tour leaders. We are specialized in Adventure Trekking, Tours, Mountaineering, Jungle Safari, River Rafting and mountain biking, hotel reservations in Nepal. Let us make your time in Nepal an experience you will never forget. Join us for Trekking, Hiking, Tours, Climbing, Student Vacation and Family Holidays, discover at your own pace, either alone or in groups, the marvel that is the Himalayas. For the coming season we have started to take bookings for private trekking and rafting trips even for single traveler. Please come with your any suitable date. For inquiry and booking. Our goal is to fulfill your dreams!


What is Trekking Are you a casual trekker who has intentionally logged onto a Himalayan Glacier website in search of that next adventure or are you an ambitious trekker who has stumbled upon our site while surfing the net for information? In any case, have you ever thought why you choose to spend weeks for walking all day in the remote soundless places in the Himalayas and sleeping in a tent or in a small hut at night? When you are at home this type of exercise is called backpacking or walking. But, the same activities when you do any part of the world, the term people use is trekking. What is trekking? Why you go so far away from home and spend so much time and money to join a trekking group? We all, of course, have our own reasons for participating in such a venture, but the one common agreement shared by almost all trekkers is that they want to break out of their day-to-day routines by walking through an inspiring landscape and interacting & experiencing a different culture as they travel to the different countries. The trail is a nature track has been formed randomly elsewhere in the mountains or in hills, commonly use by the local for their day to day life, for each person walks on his or her own path through life, and each individual can be largely responsible for the direction that path may take. For many people, they are walking on the trails in the Himalayas is a wonderful life time experience because its natural teachings are not within a system of organized thought, infect you are free. The rhythms of the day and the days taken together acquire a connectedness, unity and dimension that are missing in urban Western society day by day. People are so busy and stressful, like a machine. You will adjust your life and can put your entire feelings, with out any tension, walking up and down, widely visualizing the objects, the places you are passing through. Of course you will have chance to case these object in your camera, but no hurry, sure! You may feel that each day is more exciting and intensive walking during these periods of time when your life is altered from your ordinary routine. Few can fail to be touched by becoming, for a time, part of the Himalayan tapestry. All we know and better known, life, of course, is a matter of ups and downs like any trail. Believe, it reminds us both future and past. 8

When one is going up, and the way is steep and tiring, is going down, and the way of course is steep too and challenging. The trail up and hard is real. The aching bones and burning lungs are real. Yet when one reaches the top and takes a shorter breath, the pain is soon forgotten and the misery of the climb has been left behind. Where I have been seems immaterial. Where I am going is what engages me? We learn that the pain and the sweat are what life is about. It is true life is a goal. It is about for aim. Which we can achieve once we have pain and sweat. Easy like is not a life likewise easy walk is not a venture. Trekking is for aim to top. Sweat confirms life. The pain confirms existence. Trekking teaches us not to pick easy goals. We should, however, set goals that are realistic and just beyond our expected reach. They should be carefully planned and thoughtfully executed. We will pass many places and encounter many people during our journey, and when the trek is over we will leave them behind forever. How we treat them is not as important for them as for us. Our giving is like receiving. In an all, we contribute our effort, time and money while on trekking, guess, what we get venture, experience and aim of life.


Trekking Season in Nepal Nepal’s climate varies with its topography and altitude, ranging from the tropical to the arctic. The lowland Terai region in the tropical southern part of the country has a hot and humid climate that can rise above 45 Degree Celsius (113 Degree Fahrenheit) during summer. The mid-land regions are pleasant almost all the year round, although winter nights are cool. The northern mountain region has an alpine climate with considerably lower temperature in winter, especially, at altitudes above 3300m. There are normally four seasons are considered in Nepal, each of which has its own particular attraction to offer. The Seasons Trekking in Nepal can be undertaken throughout the year. With four distinct seasons each with different attractions to offer: Spring (between Marchs – May) Springtime temperatures are mildly warm in the lowlands and moderate at higher altitudes, with plenty of opportunities for clear mountain views. It is also the time for flowers to blossom, and the national flower of Nepal – rhododendron - coats the mountainsides with its colorful beauty throughout the spring. Summer (between Junes – August) This is also the monsoon season in Nepal. The weather is hot and wet at times. It rains almost everyday with occasional thunderstorms in the evening, though mornings are often clear and you can expect beautiful sunrises. This is the favorite season to trek in the arid rain shadow areas like Upper Mustang, Dolpo and Kailash. This season is also recommended for forest researchers and botanists. The advantages of trekking in the summer months are the uncrowned trails and the less cold in the high mountains. Autumn (between September – November) This is the best trekking season in Nepal. The weather is very pleasant and clear so the mountain views 10

are the best. This is the peak season for trekking as mountain views are guaranteed so it’s wise to books your flights well in advance. This is also the season of festivals as Nepal celebrates the biggest Hindu festivals - Dashain followed by Tihar. Winter (between Decembers – February) The weather is cool and the sky is clear with occasional snowfalls at higher elevations. This season is best for trekking in lower elevations generally below 3200m.. The mornings and nights are cold but daytime temperatures are mild when it is sunny. Temperature and Rainfall Nepal is the country of extremes. The low-land plains of the Terai can have tropical temperatures and also mosquitoes, particularly in the summer months. The Himalayas can get to sub-zero temperatures, but the sun can bring some warmth during the day, even in the mountains. The temperature of Kathmandu goes below 1 Degree Celsius (34 Degree Fahrenheit) in winter and rises to an average of 25 Degree Celsius (77 Degree Fahrenheit) in summer. The average temperature in Kathmandu during the four seasons: - Spring season: 16-23 Degree Celsius (61-73 Degree Fahrenheit) - Summer season: 23-25 Degree Celsius (73-77 Degree Fahrenheit) - Autumn season: 15-24 Degree Celsius (59-75 Degree Fahrenheit) - Winter season: 9-12 Degree Celsius (48-54 Degree Fahrenheit) During the rainy monsoon season between Junes to August, it rains to an average between 200-375 millimeters in Kathmandu. There is occasional rainfall during the other seasons too. In an average, 1300 millimeters of rain falls in Kathmandu every year. Travel Tips: Monsoon in Nepal is not the typical monsoon of Asia. Rains usually occur during the night-time leaving the sky clean and clear by the morning making the Himalayan view even more dramatic. Some parts of the Himalayas in Manang, Mustang and Dolpo are in rain-shadow areas; the mountains are high enough to block the clouds. Tibet’s high travel season also corresponds to Nepal’s monsoon. 11

Trekking in Nepal • • • • • • • •

Everest Trekking Annapurna Trekking Langtang Trekking Dolpo Trekking Mustang Trekking Manaslu Trekking Kanchenjunga Trekking Dhaulagiri Trekking

Nepal Trekking Categories • • • • • • • • • •

Nepal Tea Hose House Trekking Nepal Camping Trekking Nepal Easy Trekking Nepal Short Trekking New Open Trekking Trails Nepal Summer Trekking Nepal Winter Trekking Restricted Area Trekking Nepal Home Stay Trekking Nepal Family Trekking

Nepal Trekking Information • • • • • 12

Altitude Sickness Equipment and Clothing Health and Medicine Helicopter Rescue Nepal Trekking Grade

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Trekking TIMS Card Trekking Permit Fees

Adventure Activities in Nepal • • • • • •

Trekking in Nepal River Rafting in Nepal Jungle Safari in Nepal Peak Climbing in Nepal Expedition in Nepal Mountain Flight in Nepal

Special Nepal Tour Packages • • • • • • • • •

Nepal Village Tour Kathmandu Tour Packages Chitwan Tour Package Pokhara Tour Package Kathmandu Chitwan Tour Kathmandu-Pokhara-Chitwan Tour Kathmandu Pokhara Tour Nepal Culture Tour Nepal Honeymoon Tour

Our Other Services in Nepal • • • •

Hotel Booking in Nepal Ticketing Service in Nepal Vehicle Service in Nepal Volunteer Service in Nepal 13

Trekking Guide and Porter Service in Nepal Peace Eye Trekking Guide Service Our Guide are trained and Government License holder. All guides can speak fluent English or your native language and know about the trekking routes. They will assist you to get hotel rooms during tea houses and they will make camp if you are in camping trek, meals and any other issues that may occur (like the Altitude Police check points, Permit , Dangerous animals landsite road) because they use to trekking many times. Guides usually do not carry any of your things. A good guide can enrich your trekking and Tours experience in all trekking route. A part from showing you the trail, he explains you about the area, place, mountains, temples, culture, geography, local floras and faunas, teach you the Nepali language, introduce you to locals, share culture and festivals, run ahead and secure lodging in the busy season, help out with your backpack if you are struggling, and be helpful in a bad situation, look after logistics - like registering your details in every check post, organizing your transport whether go by bus or plane, liaising and directing the porter, etc. A guide able to get license through a month long training involve. It organizes by TAAN and Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel management (NATHAM) every year. During the training period instructs in a variety of subjects including first aid, altitude sickness and other important issues and must have a certain level of English fluency determined in an interview. We match you up with a guide or porter for your own individual trek, as we understand that not everybody wants to join a package tour. By taking a registered guide with you, you can set your pace, stay where you want and at the same time reap the benefits of knowing you are trekking with an experienced, registered and accredited guide backed and supported by Welcome Nepal .

Peace Eye Trekking Porter Service Porters on the other hand speak limited English and their job is to carry your load each day. They will carry up to 30 Kg but usually more like 20 Kg. They will sometimes help with route finding and may suggest good hotels. Hire a porter! The best means of helping a porter is to hire one. Hundreds of thousands of families in Nepal depends upon pottering as their main source of income. 14

A porter is hired not just for carry your bags; he will be paired affiliate of during the helpless condition. Trek alone can make a big difference on your journey. Just be sure to give him a reasonable load, usually a fully packed backpack. If you are with friends, try to group your stuff together in one big backpack and give that to a porter and then each carry a smaller daypack. A porter generally doesn’t speak English but will follow a trail just not get lost. Sometimes you can find a porter-guide, which might be ideal if you are trekking alone or if you have only one other companion. This is usually a porter who has been on a number of treks, speaks some English, and aspires to graduate to the guide status. Nepal Mother House has Many Guides, Porters, and Guide-Porters and always happy to supply according to your requirements even though you are not buying full package trip. Basically the cost of the trip depends on the season and trekking region length of trek and also the size of the group, so please contact us for further information for the hiring process and cost detail. The transportation charge for the guide or porters will have to be paid by the clients.


Price for hiring a guide, guide/porter and porter in following trekking area or region. Annapurna Region, Langtang Region and Helambhu Region. Guide: US$30.00 per day or Euro 22.00 per day Guide/Porter: US$ 20.00 per day or Euro 18.00 per day Porter: US$ 15.00 per day or Euro 12 per day. Everest Region: Guide: US$ 30.00 per day or Euro 22.00 per day Guide/Porter: US$ 25.00 per day or Euro 15.00 per day Porter: US$ 25.00 per day or Euro 18.00per day Price will includes; their salary, meals, accommodation, insurance and their equipments. Note: (You will have to pay yourself food, accommodation, transportation for yourself, if necessary Domestic air ticket for yourself and Nepali staff, National park permit, when you are using this kind of service and will inform to you total cost in advance). Specially Notice: Our office business profit 20 % goes to children welfare for education and foods etc so if you do Nepal trekking and another through our company then you will get change to help welfare children Tipping to trekking staff: After working everybody expect some Tips and real evaluation .If you enjoyed your trip with our guide or porter, you should tips him at the end of your trek. The industry says $2 per person per day however we would recommend you give more if you can afford it. Generally 10% your Trips Price is sufficient. We foreigners are much more fortunate (at least financially) than most Nepalese and they will be overjoyed if you “make their day”. Don’t be chintzy, tip well, it will make you feel good and 16

help someone in true need. And Tips is up to you and up to your desire we never force you, but we request you and please with you Because Guide and porter are doing very hard and difficult work in Himalaya and generally they don’t have other work so they need to alive a hole years working just 6 month as trekking helper. They don’t have work in full years and it is really difficult to live in Nepal due to price increasing in everything.


Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) TIMS card is for your safety. With the distinction of Nepal as a trekking destination and its growing charm, a provision of the Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) has been implemented to ensure safety and security of the trekkers and to control illegal trekking operations. As a trekker entering a protected area in Nepal, you will be asked to provide some information about the dates of your trip, the itinerary, and a contact number. These data will be inserted in the visitors’ database, where they can be accessed for park management purposes or in case of accidents and/ or natural calamities, in order to inform the concerned institutions about the trekkers inside the park at anytime. TIMS cards should be collected by both Free Individual Trekkers (FITs) and trekkers taking the service of government authorized trekking agencies. Past experiences have revealed that difficulties were seen while carrying out rescue operations during times of accidents and natural calamities. Due to the lack of proper record system of trekkers, rescue and search missions used to face difficulties in spotting the missing trekkers. Based on the data collected through TIMS cards, however, it will be possible to know the position of a trekker in case a rescue operation is needed. The provision of Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) came into effect on January 1, 2008. Since then, the Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) and Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) started recording trekkers’ details and began issuing TIMS Card to trekkers. NTB and TAAN signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on March 18, 2010 to implement the TIMS system in a new format from April 1, 2010. NTB and TAAN have introduced separate TIMS Cards for FITs and organized groups. FITs need to have Green TIMS cards by paying Nepali currency equivalent to US $20 per person, while those travelling in groups need to have Blue TIMS cards by paying Nepali currency equivalent to US $10 per person. Trekkers taking the service of trekking agencies can pay fee for TIMS card in US dollars. 18

Where and how to obtain a TIMS Card? Free Individual Trekkers: Free Individual Trekkers can obtain TIMS cards at the offices of Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu and Pokhara, TAAN Secretariat at Maligaon and TAAN Pokhara Secretariat in Pokhara upon filling the TIMS application firm. Organized Trekkers: Trekking companies will collect trekkers’ data and enter it in the central database and will provide trekkers with a TIMS card after paying fee prescribed above. Opening Hour/s: • TIMS counter at TAAN follows regular working hours (10am-5pm) and 365 days a year • NTB Offices follow government working hours and days. • Trekking agencies open 12 hours a day seven days a week. Documents Required: To obtain TIMS Card you need copy of: a) Passport b) two (2) Passport-size Photographs.



Why is TIMS Necessary? The following considerations have been taken into account in the process of issuing TIMS: All important details regarding trekkers and trekking routes shall be maintained in a computerized Database Management System, which can be useful for the trekkers’ safety and security. In order to help carry out search and rescue operations for trekkers in case of natural calamities and other accidents by means of Authentic Information Service. To maintain a record system that includes personal details of trekkers, trekking area, trekking routes, handling agencies, duration, etc. The data generated from the system will be useful to all concerned stakeholders such as tourism organizations, Government agencies, diplomatic missions, tour operators, research institute, etc. Unauthorized trekking operations will be controlled, thus, resulting in better management of trekking services, which will not only benefit trekkers and field staff, but also trekking companies and Government agencies. Occasional untoward incidents will also be better prevented. Plus, TIMS will upgrade the service standard and will contribute to better management of sustainable mountain tourism development in Nepal. TIMS will not be required for: • • • • • •

Expedition members permitted to climb the mountains Visitors in the controlled areas with permits by the Department of Immigration Foreign guests invited by the Government of Nepal Authorities from the various diplomatic missions present in the country, who hold official letter/s and travel at their own risk Visitors on certain missions recommended by the concerned Governmental Department(s); Foreign Nationals possessing a residential visa. 21

Trekking Permit Fees All trekkers require a trekking permit to visit Nepal’s interior regions, which are not connected by highways. Recently the Annapurna, Langtang and Everest regions have been declared “permit free” areas; but National Park or Conservation Area fees are still applicable. We process the trekking permits and national park entrances at immigration offices from Agile Adventure Treks & Expedition office in Katmandu. A trekking permit is a must to visit restricted areas mentioned below. To visit normal trekking areas, no permission is required restricted areas which have been opened for Group Trekking. The following restricted areas are open only for group trekkers. And a trekking permit will not be issued to individual trekkers for such areas. The areas and required fees are as follows for trekking: 01. Areas of lower Dolpa For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$ 10 and after 4 weeks per week per person US$ 20. 02. Taplejung District (Kanchenjanga Region) Areas of Olangchunggola, Lelep, Papung and Yamphudin Village Development Committee. For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$ 10 and After 4 weeks per week per person US$ 20 03: Sankhuwasabha District (Makalu Region) Areas of Kimathanka, Chepuwa, Hatiya and Pawakhola Village Development Committee. For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$ 10 and After 4 weeks per week per person US$ 20 04: Solukhumbu District (Everest Region) All north-west area way from Thame to Nangpala of Namche Village Development Committee. For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$ 10 and After 4 weeks per week per person US$ 20 22

05. Rasuwa District Thuman and Tingure per week per person US$ 10 06. Manang District Areas of Nar, Phu, and Northern area of Tilche Village of Thochhe Village Development Committee for September to November per week per person US$ 90 and December to August per week per person US$ 75. 07. Mugu District Areas of Mugu, Dolpu, Pulu and Bhangri. For the first 7 days per person US $90 and After 7 days per day per person US $15. 08. Bajhang District Areas of Kanda, Saipal, Dhuli. For the first 7 days per person US $90 and After 7 days per day per person US $15. 09. Darchula District Areas of Byas Village Development Committee. For the first 7 days per person US $ 90 and After 7 days per day per person US $ 15. 10. Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpa District Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpo has to pay US $ 500 or equivalent foreign currency per person for first 10 days. Likewise, fee for per extra day per person has been fixed at US $ 50 or equivalent foreign currency. 11. Gorkha District (Manaslu Area) Trekker in Manasulu Region needs to pay US $ 70 for a week and US $ 10 per person for each extra day during September to November. However, only US $ 50 is charged per trekker per week during December to August and additional US $ 7 per trekker per each extra day. 12. Humla District (Simikot and Yari) permit fee for Humla (Simikot-Yari) has been fixed at US $ 50 per person per week and US $ 7 per person per extra day. 23

Health and Medicine There are few medical shops along the trekking routes. Therefore, one is strongly advised to carry first aid kit and be familiar with the possible problems before hand. On the Everest Bsse Camp route at Pheriche and on the Annapurna Circuit route at Manang, there are clinics operated by the Himalayan Rescue Association Nepal (HRA). With the help of foreign volunteer doctors and local health workers, HRA offers medical services to trekkers, porter, trekking guides and local people. These clinics are open only during the main trekking seasons, ie. Spring and Autumn. The following is a suggested list of supplies and medications that would be useful to carry as a personal first-aid kit while trekking or traveling in Nepal. It is designed to handle the most common problems on a trek. The list should be modified to adjust for the remoteness and difficulty of the particular trek. While on treks, the following problems could occur • Upset stomach, often caused by change in diet or contaminated food and water is a common ailment. To avoid it, one should pay particular attention to hygiene and quality of food and drinks. • Cough, cold, sore throats common in the dry mountain air can lead to chest infection. Sore throats can best be avoided by attempting not to breathe cold air directly through mouth. Smoking should also be avoided. • Joint muscle strains, foot problems and blisters are other problems the trekker can face. Wearing good footwear could help trekkers to be free from such health hazard. For sprains and strains, apply cold water to reduce swelling and support the joint with crepe bandage. • Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a fatal sickness caused by random altitude ascension. Therefore, climbers ascending 3,000 meters or above should acquire sound knowledge of proper acclimatization processes. Symptoms of AMS include headache, loss of appetite, swelling of limbs, dizziness, difficulty in sleeping, irregular breathing, nausea and unusual weariness. Maintaining good fluid intake helps combat altitude sickness and hurried descent or evacuation to lower altitude is the only best cure. Trekking first-aid kit • Antiseptic, such as povidone-iodine (eg,Betadine)- the most commonly used antiseptic for cleaning wounds • 10cm rolled cotton bandages (the stretch type is excellent for bandaging extremities) • 10cm elastic bandage (to hold on a variety of dressings and to help stabilize minor sprains) 24

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Four 10cm x 10cm gauze pads (for bandaging wounds or burns) Moleskin (or other skin-protection material to prevent blisters)

• Paper stitches (specialized tape for puling gaping wounds together when suturing is not possible, eg, Steri-streps) • Scissors (for cutting dressings and tape, or to cut clothes away from a severe injury) • Sewing needle (to drain a blister, or to help remove a splinter) • Large sterile dressing (for large cuts or burns) • 10 assorted sticking plasters (eg, Band Aids) • Roll of 2.5cm tape (for bandaging) • Tweezers (for removal of splinters) • Muslin triangular bandage in a compressed package (handy as sa sling or to fashion different types of splints) Medications • Antibiotic eye drops (one bottle) • Anti-inflammatory drugs (such as ibuprofen 400mg – 20 tablets) • Azithromycin 250mg (six tablets) • Clotrimazole 1% or miconazole 2% cream (one tube) • Decongestant (eg, Actifed or Drixoral – 10 tablets) • Diphenhydraming (eg, Benadryl) 25mg or 50mg (10-20 tablets) • Hydrocortisone 1% cream (one tube) • Loperamide (eg, lmodium-20 tablets) • Medication (cream, dissolvable tablets or an oral tablet) to treat yeast vaginitis (one packt) • Norfloxacin 400mg or ciprofloxacin (20 tablets) • Paracetamol (acetaminophen) 500mg (20 tablets) • Potent pain killer, such as acetaminophen with hydrocodone, or acetaminophen with codeine (eg, Vicodin -20 tablets) • Promethazine (Phenergan) 25mg (five tablets) • Ranitidi150mg (10 tablets) • Rehydration salts (two packets) • Tinidazole 500mg (12 tablets) 25

Equipment and Clothing There is given as below some recommended Equipment list for trekking in Nepal Himalayas. Our Porters will carry your big bag with about 20 kg to 25kg. and It’s better to carry a your day pack yourself, where you can keep your necessary things for the day time. Such as camera and film, water, napkin paper, Ti-shirt for the warm palce and warm Jacket for the cold place. This equipment check list suggests several items you might bring on a trek. Do not carry all of them as you will overload you backpack. For all treks Clothing • Down- or fiber-filled jacket for cold seasons (winter treks) • Pile jacket or jumper (sweater) • Hiking shorts (for men) or skirt • Waterproof jacket, poncho or umbrella • Hiking pants • T-shirts or blouses • Underwear • Sun hat • Swimwear (optional) Footwear • Trekking or running shoes • Camp shoes or thongs • Socks (polypropylene) Other equipment • Backpack or daypack • Sleeping bag (optional) • Maps, compass & guidebook (optional) • Water bottle 26

• Torch (flashlight) and batteries Miscellaneous items • Toiletries • Towel • Laundry soap • Toilet paper & cigarette lighter • Pre-moistened towelettes • Sunscreen (SPF 15+) • Small knife • Sewing kit • Iodine, water purification tablets or filter • Medical & first-aid kit * For treks with longer stay above 4000m. Clothing • Insulated pants • Nylon windbreaker • Nylon wind pants • Long underwear • Woolen hat (or balaclava) • Gloves • Gaiters Footwear • Mountain trekking boots • Socks (wool) to wear with boots • Socks (light cotton) to wear under wool socks • Down booties (optional) Miscellaneous items • Goggles or sunglasses • Sunscreen for lips


Optional equipment • Photographic Gear • Camera & lenses • Lens cleaning equipment • Film (about 20 rolls) • Navigation Aids • GPS unit • Altimeter • Thermometer • Miscellaneous Items • Binoculars • Books/magazines • Small duffel bag or suitcase (to leave behind in Kathmandu) • Padlock • Stuff sacks & plastic bags There is given as below some recommended Equipment list for trekking in Nepal Himalayas. Our Porters will carry your big bag with about 20 kg to 25kg. and It’s better to carry a your day pack yourself, where you can keep your necessary things for the day time. Such as camera and film, water, napkin paper, Ti-shirt for the warm palce and warm Jacket for the cold place. This equipment check list suggests several items you might bring on a trek. Do not carry all of them as you will overload you backpack.

For all treks Clothing • • • •


Down- or fiber-filled jacket for cold seasons (winter treks) Pile jacket or jumper (sweater) Hiking shorts (for men) or skirt Waterproof jacket, poncho or umbrella

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Hiking pants T-shirts or blouses Underwear Sun hat Swimwear (optional)

Footwear • • •

Trekking or running shoes Camp shoes or thongs Socks (polypropylene)

Other equipment • • • • •

Backpack or daypack Sleeping bag (optional) Maps, compass & guidebook (optional) Water bottle Torch (flashlight) and batteries

Miscellaneous items • • • • • • • • • •

Toiletries Towel Laundry soap Toilet paper & cigarette lighter Pre-moistened towelettes Sunscreen (SPF 15+) Small knife Sewing kit Iodine, water purification tablets or filter Medical & first-aid kit * 29

For booking and programming your trekking experience please contact us:

Peace Eye Trekking & Tours (pvt) Ltd. Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal.

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