It is important to travel as light as possible and take only essentials. Domestic carriers allow up to 22 kg of luggage but on the trek there are limitations as your duffle is carried by a porter or pack animal so your trekking bag should weigh up to 17 kg (including sleeping bag). While on trek your city clothes can be safely stored at the hotel (if you are returning) or handed over us to store until return from trek.
Luggage : -
Duffle or Rucksack for trek gear:-
Sturdy and water proof duffle bag or rucksack – large enough to hold sleeping bag plus trekking clothes and gear. The bag can get dusty and can get tears as sometimes trails are narrow and pack animals, porters can scrape against cliffs hence the duffle or sack should be sturdy. Day Pack : -
Should have a capacity of 15 – 25 litre or slightly larger enough to carry camera, water bottle, light jacket and packed lunch. Can double up as carry bag on flight.
Spare roll up duffel: You should consider bringing a small, roll up nylon duffle (lockable) to store city clothes while on trip.
Clothing : -
Sleeping Bag : -
Undearwear : -
Foul weather gear
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