Before traveling to Nepal

What to pack?


  • Trekking Boots
  • Water Proof Fleece Jacket
  • Long Sleeve Shirt
  • Hiking Trousers
  • Both Woolen and Thin Socks
  • Raincoat or Poncho
  • Warm Hat
  • Sweat Jacket
  • Flip-Flops
  • Shorts
  • Gaiters


  • Rucksack + Rain Cover (Get)
  • Sleeping Bag Liner (Get)
  • Water Bottle (preferably with in-built filter) (Get)
  • Torch Light (Get)
  • Trekking Poles (Get)


  • Fast Dry Towel (Get)
  • Water Purification Tablets
  • Sun Screen
  • Lip Balm
  • Hand Sanitizers
  • Toiletries
  • Sunglasses (preferably polarizing)


Something to not underestimate

For peace of your mind

When traveling to Nepal, the very last but not least thing you should definitely not underestimate is your travel insurance.

People love hiking in Nepal for the abundance of remote nature areas. But that also means that these are often impossible to reach by common means of transport and so in case of an accident the only option that often lefts is to summon a helicopter.

To put it into a perspective:

  • Cost of rescue helicopter – $2000
  • Hospital costs – $100 – $1000 (depends on accident)

That’s a lot of money. Enough to spoil whole your vacation and leave you with a bitter feel in your mouth. That’s why we strongly recommend to have your own insurance before your travel.

Travel insurance: simple & flexible

And because we want to make it easy for you even in matters of safety, we partnered up with guys from World Nomads, who focus on short-term travel insurance. Because of their specialization they know what is important to cover in case of need (*knock on the wood*) and getting insured can be done in matter of minutes. Pretty much easier than to buy yourself a flight ticket!

If you don’t have your own insurance already, this one is highly recommend by thousands of happy customers.

You can buy, extend and claim online, even after you’ve left home. Travel insurance from is available to people from over 150 countries. It’s designed for adventurous travellers with cover for overseas medical, evacuation, baggage and a range of adventure sports and activities.