What should I pack?
There will be a thorough packing list available on your Tineri app before you depart.
Here are the basic guidelines:
The weight limit per person is 10kg each. Our team of experienced porters are limited to carrying 25kg max on the trek. Each porter will carry two travellers packs as well as a small backpack for themselves.
Please keep the weight and bulk of your trek bag to a minimum by bringing clothes made from lightweight material. Don't pack too much clothing; one or two changes will be all you need. However, as the weather conditions in the Himalayas are often unpredictable, be prepared for all eventualities, be it rain, unseasonable cold or heat.
A medium-size, comfortable day-pack is required for you to carry your personal items during the trek such as your camera, water bottle, valuables, sunscreen, hat and sunglasses.
Can I bring a suitcase or do I need a backpack?
Ideally, you should bring a duffle bag or backpack, this will make it easier for the porters to transport your luggage during the treks.
What items do I need to purchase that are not part of an everyday wardrobe?
You should bring a head torch and spare batteries.
What's the luggage allowance?
The luggage allowance is 10 KG with 5 KG hand carry.
What plugs are used, do I need to bring a travel adaptor?
In Nepal, the power sockets are of type C, D and M.
Is the luggage allowance the same for the internal flights as international carriers?
The internal flights to Lukla (where you start your trek) only allows 10 KG of luggage and 5kg of hand luggage.
What happens to my luggage in between excursions?
During the treks your luggage (except your day pack) will be transported by the porters to the next hotel.