1698 Canary Dr, Sunnyvale
Tel: (+1) 562 472 1580 (USA)
You don't need to be a mountaineer with rippling muscles to enjoy trekking. If you are reasonably fit, have a spirit of adventure and are not afraid of walking, you qualify. There are excellent trekking agencies that will take care of all the details like government permits, air/bus tickets, guides, porters, food, tents, and equipment. All you have to do on the trail is concentrate on putting one foot before the other. On many popular trekking trails, you can also trek in what is known as "tea house style"- eating and staying in the many lodges and tea houses on the way instead of camping in tents.
Your trekking agency will provide equipment like sleeping bags, foam mattresses and tents. All you need to bring are your personal wear like walking boots and sand shoes, a water-and wind-proof jacket, woolen shirts, T-shirts, a thick pullover, shorts/skirts, and trousers/track suits. Thermal underwear is necessary for high altitudes and cottons are best for lower and warmer altitudes. Also don't forget a water bottle, Swiss army knife sewing kit, torch light with spare batteries, extra boot laces, sun glasses, sun cream, and personal medical supplies. Bring an elongated canvas bag or duffel bag to put your clothing and equipment in. There will be porters to carry the kit bag.
T-short and half paint for day walking
Wind proof jacket and trouser
Sport shoes for morning and evening use
Sandal using evening and morning
Sun glass and snow glasses
Walking stick (If needed)
Umbrella or Rain coat