Quality trek kit, will I get it in Nepal, or is it expensive? If I bring from my country, I have to pay the custom charge, an extra cost.

How will you feel if you can hire it? 

The only things that you can hire in Nepal are a down jacket and sleeping bag.

That’s great news; there are so many trekking gear shops or trekking kit shops in Thamel in Kathmandu. 

Are you wondering what to include in the packing list? Are you also wondering how much it will cost to hire?

You can ask John, the owner of Travel Max Guide. He will take you to the place where you can get all the trek kits at a reasonable price from head to feet.

It’s up to you how much you trust him or Travel Max Guide. We have become a trusted company with the passage of time, and we are going to share what our clients have told us in this regard. We mean international clients like you.

Before proceeding further, do you want to know the trekking kit of a Nepali trekker? It has been listed below.

  1. Winter jacket
  2. Thermal
  3. Trekking trouser or trekking pant
  4. A walking stick
  5. Trekking boot
  6. Backpack
  7. Sleeping bag
  8. Water bottle
  9. Sun cap
  10. Sunglass
  11. Warm woolen hat

Do you want this or more? An international trekker like you needs more than this because you live in the world’s advanced cities, far from the hills and remote areas. But Nepali lives in a remote area and near the hills. That’s why they don’t need lots of trek kit.

Generally, our international clients buy all the trek kits in Nepal. The kit is not branded, yet it is workable, and we say this, according to our experience in the Himalayas.

So give us the permission to show what comes under the kit list of Everest Base Camp Trek or under the gear list. This is also applicable to female trekkers.

Your packing list for Everest Base Camp Trek looks like this and may differ from what you have read, but it always comes under your budget or cost, and we promise this to you.

For head, eye, neck, and hands

  1. Sun hat
  2. UV blocking sunglass
  3. Scarf
  4. Beanie
  5. Gloves
  6. Insulated Gloves

For Legs and Feet

  1. Lightweight and waterproof trekking boots
  2. Woolen socks
  3. Gaiters
  4. Sandal

For Upper Body

  1. Down jacket, wind, waterproof with hood
  2. Thermal base layers
  3. Fleece


  1. Trekking pole
  2. Head Torch
  3. Kit Storage Bag
  4. BackPack
  5. Pad for woman
  6. Lip Balm
  7. Moisturizer
  8. Thermos Flask
  9. Portable Charger

You will need this whether you are packing for Everest Base Camp Trek in May or January. If you have these kits, your body will spend both day and night without worrying.

After finishing the trek, some of our clients leave the trek kits behind. Perhaps they don’t need it anymore. Travel Max Guide would like to thank those trekkers.

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