Clients' Saying

Overall the trekking is fine and exciting how ever some of the guest houses doesn’t have hot shower. The trekking guides and porters are very helpful and great to be with, Phy, Malaysia. Trip: Annapurna trekking – Nov / Dec 2009 Continue

Overall OK. Trekking time was the best time. The trekking guide and his team gave the good service. Yap Hooi Hong, Malaysia Trip: Annapurna trekking – Nov / Dec 2009 Continue

I enjoy a very happy trekking trip. The Sherpa and porter has taken care of us very well. Thank you very much Ho Lee Chin, Malaysia Trip: Annapurna trekking – Nov / Dec 2009 Continue

I enjoyed the trekking, the sightseeing in Nepal, your guide was really helpful he made our journey really great, thank you Hing Soon Miau, Malaysia Trip: Annapurna trekking – Dec 2009 Continue

Enjoyed the mountain hike, shopping and sightseeing, with a bit phobia with the van ride to Nagarkot, due to a lot of turnings. Ho Lee Kean, Malaysia Trip: trekking & sightseeing in Nepal – 2009 Continue

This was the first time I go for trekking trip which is a totally new experience to me. I enjoyed the trekking very much, the magnificent view of Annapurna range made me forget about the tiredness. The porter are good, the trekking guide and assistance guide are very good and helpful. In addition, t Continue

Trekking shops in Nepal

Trekking shops:

Nepal has many fine handicrafts that are made to high standards, most of these are found in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Some of the more popular buys are hand knotted carpets, Pashmina shawls, sweaters and a variety of colorful knitwear, wood carvings, traditional Thanka (religious) paintings, brass and copper work, jewelry and naturally made paper. There are many shops selling a variety of handicrafts where one should barter for a price that feels right for them. Nepali articles of over one hundred years old need clearance from the Department Of Archeology if you are planning to export from the country.

Some of the things that the trekking need to bring or they can buy in Kathmandu trekking shops are as given:

  • Tent - (For Camp Trekking)
  • Sleeping bag - zero degrees Fahrenheit
  • Sleeping pad - Therma rest or Ensolite
  • Sturdy hiking/trekking boots
  • Wool socks & sock liners
  • Gaiters
  • Gloves
  • Hat - with brim to keep sun off face and neck
  • Wool cap
  • Good quality sunglasses
  • Water purification system - pills & pump
  • Water bottles
  • Medicines for common trekking ailments - bad stomach, blisters, sunburn, etc
  • Comfortable pants
  • Sweater or fleece and other articles suitable for layering
  • Warm jacket
  • Scarf - to keep dust and sun away from face
  • Rain clothes
  • Day pack
  • Duffel bag and rain cover for porters to carry your gear
  • Inflatable wash basin
  • Environmentally safe soap
  • Flashlight
  • Knife
  • Comfortable shoes for ?around camp? and river crossings
  • Trail snacks - bars, tang, nuts, dried fruit, etc
  • Sewing kit and tape
  • Toilet paper
  • Trekking Poles
  • Harness (For technical & more adventure high passes )
  • Helmet, ice axe and crampons (for high passes, mountaineering & expeditions)
  • For clothing please keep an extra dry piece for when needed - socks, shirt etc.
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