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Trek Information
Trek Leader :
Speaks English fluently and for many years he has been leading treks for European based in Delhi or Same area.

Air / Train Travel :

Travel is by air-conditioned carriage. Bedding is normally provided free (Accept short distance) of charge on the train (sheets, pillows and blankets), Air tkt economy class (subject of availability).

Important Note :
Whilst every effort is made to keep to the above itinerary, clients will hopefully appreciate that this is adventure travel in a remote mountain region. Given the nature of these treks there will quite likely be changes to the itinerary in terms of anything from on the spot choice of camp site to the day that a rest day is taken. Weather conditions, road conditions, vehicle breakdowns off the beaten track, local availability of porters, can contribute to the need for changes. Your trek leader will do everything in his/her power to see that you are inconvenienced as little as possible in such events. Timings given are approximate.

Accommodation :
Twin sharing. Delhi near Connought Place, in the centre of town. Facilities include Dbl accommodation, bar and restaurants as standard. Small cities 3* & Elsewhere we use the best available Guest House and Lodge accommodation/Tents.

Equipment Provided :
We provide ‘A’ frame or dome tents which have room for two people plus all of your equipment. There is also a dining tent*, a toilet tent exclusively for our group use, and a kitchen and staff tent. There are camp chairs or stools, a kerosene/gas lamp or candles for reading in the dining tent at night, stainless steel crockery and tableware and foam *sleeping mattress. We strongly recommend you bring your own therma-a-rest as well. (*Subject to availability) The staff complement of cooks and assistants are always in attendance. They put up and take down the tents, make the tea, cook the food, wash the dishes, load the porters and carry a load of their own. They work extremely hard and are always willing to help. If you want to join in putting up tents and taking them down, you are free to do so.

*Dining tents are heavy to carry and are only provided for a minimum of 4 people. For under 4 people a smaller tent or Kitchen cum dinning Tent will be provided.

Not Included:
Entry fees to monuments of historical importance, Camera fees, Drinks, Personal Clothing any Medical/Personal Insurance, Any International Tkt, Visa fees, Apt Taxes, any tips to the hotel & local staff.

A Typical Day On Trek:

Soon after dawn you are served tea or coffee while still in your sleeping bag. A few minutes later a washing bowl of hot water is placed outside your tent. You can wash inside or outside the tent. Once dressed you can pack your kit-bag and day-pack in preparation for the day’s hike, and place these outside the tent. The camp staff will take down the tents. While this is happening, breakfast is served. In the Himalaya breakfast usually consists of cereals and/or porridge with milk, eggs, usually served with chapatis, (unleavened bread that is cooked on a hot iron plate) or pancakes with honey or jam. There is always plenty of tea and coffee. The camp will be being struck while you are eating, and you will need to be packed and out of your tents before breakfast.

You can take a leisurely breakfast will the staff prepare loads for the porters or pack animals. If you have not filled up your water bottle the night before ask the cook to fill your bottle with boiled water. You may also collect a packed lunch, although usually you may have a cooked meal at the lunch stop. Departure from camp could be from any time between dawn and 9.00am, depending on the day’s itinerary, but generally you will start walking at around 8.00am.Depending on the length of the day’s walk, you will walk for three or four hours before stopping for lunch. The lunch stop will last for about an hour.

You usually arrive at the next camp site by 5:00pm. Camp may already set up by the time you get there, and tea/juice and biscuits will be ready to welcome you. Supper will be ready soon after dark, and will be served in the dining tent or in some instances, around the camp fire. Camp fires will only be made if dead wood is available. The standard of cooking on trek is usually surprisingly good, with the style of cooking being a compromise between local and western food. Menus vary, but typically we start with soup. The main course is often a rice based meal with meat stew or mild curry, plus separate vegetable and salad dishes. A sweet dish is provided after the meal. Our meal is finished with tea, coffee or hot chocolate. Sometimes a bottle of local spirit is provided by the camp staff. However, you should only drink alcohol when you feel acclimatised. After dinner, the usual practise is for your water bottle to be filled with hot water and used as a hot water bottle for your sleeping bag and for drinking water the next day.

We would like you to enjoy the serenity of the unhurried atmosphere that exists in these wilderness regions. Our day to day camp routine on your trekking adventure is geared to allow you to make the most of your holiday.

General Instruction :
Trekking is a completely different world of activities when compared with our normal life. Uncertainties have to be faced with courage and determination. To face all these unlike problems, some important tips for a traveler on these adventurous yet demanding terrains are being described below:

- A complete medical check-up prior to start trekking.
- Toning up of the body and acclimatization should be strictly observed.
- Patients of asthma and diabetes should restrict their climb up to 3000 meters above sea level.
- In case of any severe sickness, provide first aid and then make arrangements to bring the patient to lower area and to hospital.
- rotect the body from changing weathers.
- Use well broken comfortable walking shoes.
- Collect maximum information about the trek.
- Keep all the equipment and food stuff in order.
- Camp site should be preferably near the source of drinking water.
- Do not camp under trees.
- Pitch the tent on an inclined surface and dig a small trench around.
- Set off for trek early in the morning, fording a stream will be easier at that time.
- After finishing cooking or after packing up the kitchen, extinguish fire completely, especially while camping in forests.
- Clean the camp site before setting off and dispose off wastes and litter to protect the natural beauty of the area.
- Check the first aid kit before starting off.
- Keep a handsome amount of medicines to be distributed in local people.
- Appoint a tour leader of group.

Trekking Equipments :
The following list only mentions the essential elements. You have to prepare a list of clothes and small personal articles you will need during the trek.

- A small backpack. About 40 l. It will contain all what you need during a trekking day and carried by you.
- A kit-bag with padlock or a big backpack. It will contain the 12 kg personal belongings, which will be carried by porters. We advise you to protect the inside of the kit-bag with a plastic bag.
- A a good sleeping bag.
- A a walking stick optional.
- A frontal lamp or an electric torch.
- A foam mattress is provided, but if you have a self-inflating mattress, we advise you to bring it.
- Hiking shoes.
- A sweater
- A fleece jacket
- A a waterproof jacket preferably Gore-Tex
- Good trousers
- Waterproof trousers preferably Gore-Tex
- Gloves and cap
- Sunglasses
- Sun cream
- A water bottle
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