You will be staying  at 3-star level hotel whenever you are in Kathmandu or Pokhara. While you are  in trekking you will spend your nights at tea houses or hotel with best availability and  you will be provided rooms with twin share basis.


During your trip  you will be provided bed and  breakfast in city wherever you stay.  also invites you to have welcome and  dinner by managing the time. But during your trekking, you will have breakfast, lunch  and dinner from the local  tea houses or lodges menu on your choice you will get nepali, Indian, Tibetan and basic continental items.

Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance is compulsory for your activities. Easy treks and expedition require your travel insurance must cover the emergency cases  (includes helicopter rescue and air ambulance) with medical expenses , cancellation , loss of luggage’s and lost items. But be sure that easy treks and expedition only helps you  to arrange but not responsible for any kinds of bill .

Once you’re ready to hit the trail, follow these guidelines for staying safe and comfortable.

Pack Essentials

Pack with the a list of important items for any hike.


  • Sun glasses, sunscreen, bug spray and a basic first aid kit are always good to carry with you. everyone has different medical needs but should contain at least the following items

    • Bandages and gauze

    • Alcohol wipes (or providence iodine)

    • Small roll of medical tape

    • Antibiotic ointment

    • Anti-inflammatory (ibuprofen, acetaminophen)

    • Tweezers

    • Antihistamines (for bee stings or bug bites)

    • Non-latex gloves

    • Eye drops

  • Any personal medications even on a cold day, hikers get plenty of UV exposure, especially on mountains that don’t have a lot of tree cover. Take care of eyes and skin with UV-blocking sunglasses, plenty of wide-spectrum sunscreen, and a hat.

  • Protect against bugs and insects by keeping skin covered (long sleeves, hats, and long pants tucked into socks work wonders), using bug spray, avoiding strongly-scented skin and hair products.

  • Pack a few layers of extra non-cotton clothing — no matter how hot it is outside, it’s always important to bring an extra layer just in case you get stranded or the weather changes.

  • Bring a headlamp or lightweight flashlight. Make sure it has fully charged batteries.

  • Anything necessary to repair trail gear, including a Swiss army knife or other multi-tool, duct tape, shoelaces, needle and thread, scissors, wire, rope, etc. 

Suit Up

 Wool, fleece, and micro fiber are ideal for staying warm and dry. wear a hat to retain warmth and bring a heavier layer (a puffy down- or synthetic-filled jacket is ideal). Hostetter warns against cotton clothing because it takes forever to dry and doesn’t provide warmth when wet. In particular, avoid cotton socks like the plague, because they get wet and often cause blisters when they’re sweaty. Use wool or synthetic materials instead.

  • Your safety on the trail is your own responsibility. Stay on the right trail and don’t take shortcuts on switchbacks.

  • When hiking, pay close attention to your body.  If feeling tired, stop for a break and a snack and drink. Be sure to consume plenty of water, especially on a hot, sticky day — drink before you’re thirsty to ensure proper hydration. For every hour of hiking, plan to drink half a quart to a quart of water.

  •  If your feet start to hurt take a minute to change into dry socks and slap a bandage on the hotspot. Your body is your transportation, so give it some tender loving care.

  • On the trail, respect the environment and wildlife Don’t touch, pick up, or eat any plants, flowers, fruit, or animals, especially if they are unfamiliar.

  • Always carry your trash with you. Don’t leave litter on the trail and generally minimize impact on the trails to maintain the integrity of the path and stay out of animals. Remember: the only souvenirs should be photographs and memories the only things left behind should be foot steps.

  • Hike at a pace where you can talk while your walking and know when to take a break.

  • Stop once every hour for 10 minutes even if you don't think you need a rest.

  • Inform friends and family about the trip itinerary and map.

  •  It’s also smart to bring a photo ID, insurance card, and credit card in case of emergency.