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Altitude sickness occurs when you cannot get enough oxygen from the air at high altitudes. This causes symptoms such as a headache, loss of appetite, and trouble sleeping. It happens most often when people who are not used to high altitudes go quickly from lower altitudes to 8000 ft (24Symptoms38 m) or higher.


Headache is the most common symptom of acute altitude sickness, but affected persons may also experience:

fatigue, and
sleep disturbances.

Trekking and peak climbing gears

Equipment Check-list

Porters will carry your duffel bag with maximum 10 kilos in it, as they need to carry up to 25 kilos including yours and other supplies. Your daypack should not be too heavy so that your walking will be comfortable enough.

S.No. Item description Quantity
1 Duffel bag (This should be a good one with good zipper to get rid of rough treatment of baggage from the airlines and the porters) 1
2 arge plastic bag to put inside the duffel 1
3 Daypack 1
4 Trekking boots (this should be water proof) 1 pair
5 Socks for trekking boots 3 pairs
6 Short pants for hiking 1 pair
7 Gloves 1 pair
8 Camp shoes 1 pair
9 Socks for camp shoes 2 pairs
10 Long pants for camp & hiking 1 pair
11 Leeping bag (can also be rented in Kathmandu) 1
12 T-shirts or short sleeved shirts 3
13 Long sleeved shirt 1
14 Sweater / down jacket (can be buy also in Kathmandu) 1
15 Underwear 3 pairs
16 Bras (for women) 2
17 Wind-chatter 1
18 Rain coat or a good umbrella 1
19 Sanitary napkins (for women) 1
20 Bathing suit (for spring treks) 1
21 Warm hat and sun hat
22 Extra clothing for cold sensitive: 1 pair long underwear, 1 pair long wool, 1 wool shirt (long sleeved)
23 Down jacket 1
24 Utility knife 1
25 Sunglasses 1
26 Tube of sun tan lotion (with extra power) 1
27 Towel 1
28 Bar of soap or tube liquid soap 1
29 Toothbrush & toothpaste 1
30 Toilet paper (can buy in KTM & on trek) 1
31 Quart water bottle 3
32 Plastic bags (for clothes organize) 1
33 Flashlight with extra batteries & bulb 1
34 Some common medicine likes: Band-Aids, aspirin or Tylenol for headaches or other pain, antihistamine, Throat lozenges etc.

Extra underwear, extra socks, extra T-shirts or short sleeved shirt, camera equipment, binoculars, collapsible plastic bucket or bowl for laundry, some antibiotic, Moist sealed mini paper towels, Powdered drink mix, Chocolate or candy bars, needle and thread, safety pins, rip-stop nylon tape, dental floss, Ace Bandage, reading material, walking stick, non-breakable glasses if you wear breakable, small musical instruments like harmonicas, small cassette recorder, fun stuffs like sparklers, volleyball, soap bubbles if you like to make fun with your staff.

Equipment for peak climbing

Climbing boots Waterproof climbing Down high altitude
Crampons jacket sleeping bag
Ice axe Gaiters Sleeping pad
Harness Lightweight thermal/ insulated ski Down jacket/ trousers/vest
Karabiners gloves Climbing sunglasses
Ice screws Sun hat Sunscreen
Snow bars Light cotton athletic Lip salve
Deadmen socks and wool Lightweight fleece
Tapes/slings climbing socks Fleece/wool for climbing
Rock pegs Long sleeved Descenders
Helmet (crash hat) cotton/woolen shirts Ascenders
Warm climbing trousers T-shirts Head torch /batteries/bulbs
Long cotton hiking shirts Wool long underwear

Physical Fitness

There is a general guideline as to what amount of exercise we recommend you undertake to prepare for the trip. Every trek has a big "uphill" somewhere and no treks are easy, but a mental attitude that allows you to relax and take your time is the best way to trek. There is no single fitness program to suit every person. We are all different. There is no better training than trekking itself. Get a day pack on and get out there as often as you can. But if, like most of us, your free time is limited there are other things you can do to fill the gaps.

We consider this to be a moderate trip and on a moderate trip you will be walking for six to eight hours per day, at altitudes up to a maximum of 5,600 meters. At least three to four months prior to departure you should involve yourself in at least one hour of exercise three to four times per week. Walking, jogging and cycling are excellent forms of exercise, so long as you are strengthening leg muscles and building stamina. Bushwalking is also great. If you can manage a couple of valley floor to ridge line ascents per bushwalk, you will cope with a moderate graded trek. Speed is not the essence; stamina, confidence and continuity are.

However, if you are planning to join a commercial trekking or mountaineering expedition you will need to develop a high level of fitness so that you can comfortably and safely endure several weeks on the trail. Booking policy & procedure

These Booking Conditions contain important information. It is essential that you carefully read and understand them. The Booking Conditions constitute a binding contract between Nurture NepalTreks & Expedition (P) Ltd and You, as the legal signee, for the services provided by Nurture Nepal Treks and Expedition (P) Ltd. It sets out the basis of your relationship with Nurture Nepal Treks and Expedition (P) Ltd.

By booking with us and paying the non-refundable 30% deposit for the specified trek / tour/expedition, you acknowledge that you have read and understood and that you agree to abide by these Booking Conditions. Acceptance of your booking shall be confirmed in writing to you and a contract comes into existence on the date shown on your confirmation email.

If you have any queries regarding these Conditions or do not understand them, please raise your query with our staffs at the soonest possible.


Nurture Nepal Treks & Expedition (P) Ltd will do everything within our control not to adjust prices and will generally only amend prices in the event of marked fluctuations in exchange rates, fuel costs and other operating costs on which prices are based. Airfares (unless otherwise stated), passport and visa fees (unless otherwise stated), travel insurance, excess baggage charges, airport taxes, gratuities to leaders and guides, extra meals, laundry, drinks, medical expenses, optional activities and trips, and any items of a personal nature are not included in your trip price.


If you wish to cancel all or any part of your trip booking, notification of cancellation must be made to Nurture Nepal Treks & Expedition (P) Ltd in writing. The date of the cancellation is the date on which written notification is received by Nurture Nepal Treks & Expedition (P) Ltd.

Depending on when such cancellation comes into effect, charges may vary as follows:
• One month prior to the trip start date : 50% cancellation charge of total deposit amount
• 15 days or less from the trip start date: 100% deposit amount
Cancellation fees for air tickets issued by or on behalf of Nurture Nepal Treks & Expedition (P) Ltd shall apply as determined by Airline Tariff Regulations, and may vary as to the type of ticket issued. Depending on the reason for your cancellation, these charges may be recoverable under any insurance policy you purchased.

If you do not pay the balance of your total booking cost at least 14 days prior to departure, your booking shall be terminated and you shall lose your deposit. No refunds will be made if you leave a trip for any reason after the trip has begun. No refunds will be made for any accommodation, transport, sightseeing, meals or services not utilized. You shall bear all the expenses of the boarding and lodging in times of unforeseen situations like flight cancellation on account of bad weather or unavailability of the transportation services due to strikes or natural calamities.


If you have any complaint about your trip, you must make it known to the leader of your tour group at the earliest opportunity, who will then be able to take appropriate action. If you feel your complaint has not been properly dealt with, you must notify the office in writing within 30 days before the end of your trip.


Adequate and valid travel insurance is compulsory for all Nurture Nepal Treks & Expedition (P) Ltd travelers. Your travel insurance must cover accidents, injury, illness and death medical expenses, including any pre-existing medical conditions, emergency repatriation (including helicopter rescue and air ambulance where applicable) and personal liability.

Nurture Nepal Treks & Expedition (P) Ltd also recommends that your insurance shall cover cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal belongings. You must carry proof of insurance with you and produce it if requested by Nurture Nepal Treks & Expedition’s employees. Nurture Nepal Treks & Expedition (P) Ltd reserves the right to cancel or suspend your participation of a trip or, at any time, including after the commencement of your tour, with no right of refund, if you are unable to provide proof of insurance when requested.


It is your responsibility that you carry a valid passport and have rightly obtained the appropriate visas when traveling with Nurture Nepal Treks & Expedition (P) Ltd. Please ensure that your passport is valid for 6 months from Nepal Visa validity date.