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What type of vehicles are used for transfers ? Are they air-conditioned ?

We only use Petrol-fueled new models of cars and coaches for all surface transfers, in our endeavour to minimize the negative impacts on the environment .

If passengers have booked sightseeing tours in your city, are they provided with vouchers/pick-up information ?
As we have only organised tours for our clients, they do not need vouchers for their sightseeing.
How are the passengers assisted in their transfer ?
Our executive meets them in the lobby of the hotel in which they are staying by prior appointment. In case personal contact fails, our representative leaves a message in the key-hotel mentioning the details of their departure, such as, departure details of their onward flight, where to meet, whom to meet and when to meet.

On arrival at the airport, are passengers escorted to the check-in counter and assisted with check-in ?
At the airport, our representative assists them in baggage handling and check-in formalities for the final departure. Finally, he/she bids them good bye.

How fit do I have to be to trek ?
If you enjoy a day's walking and can walk up and down hills, you will be fine. If you participate in any sport, you will be fine. The trek has an easy grading although everyone will be out of breath at times. We would suggest some program of exercise starting one to two months prior to your arrival in Nepal. Step classes/stair master best prepare one for the hills.
How long do we trek per day ?
Up to a maximum of 5-6 hours a day with lunch breaks along the trail.

What kind of food will be served while on trek ?
A general idea will be :

Breakfast : Cereal/Muesli/Porridge/Eggs/Tomatoes/Toast/Jam/Honey/Tea/Coffee.
Lunch :
Salad/Spring Rolls/Pizza/Quiche/Local cuisines.
Dinner :
Soup/Curry/Pasta/Dumplings/Vegetables/Cake/Fruit Fritters/Local cuisines.
Will I need to be inoculated ?
Consult your local doctor who will have an updated list. However, most important are Gamma Globulin (for Hepatitis) and Tetanus. Do not go over the top otherwise you will end up cholera, rabies, malaria tablets and many others. In these cases, it is always worth talking to two doctors and then using you own judgement.

What happens in the event of an emergency ?
On trek, a helicopter will be summoned which will take a maximum of 6 hours to reach you. You will then be flown with your guide to Kathmandu where you will be met by our office staff and taken to the International Hospital. If necessary, an onward International medical flight will be arranged. Anywhere else on the trip, you will be taken by road to Kathmandu where the same process will occur. Ensure that your insurance policy covers you for such unlike eventualities.

How hot / cold does it get ?
As general rule, it is hot enough during the days, so wear an open-neck shirt with shorts and you will not be cold. During the evening, it gets cold so, long trousers and a pullover and / or jackets are required.

Should I bring my own medicine?

Please consult your local doctor and follow his advise. However, if you are taking any particular medicines, it would be best to bring these with you. A personal medical kit is highly recommended though.

Do I have to be Insured?
Yes, it is essential that you are fully insured. Proof of insurance may be requested after your arrival in Kathmandu. We recommend that helicopter evacuation is also included. Insurance is not readily available in Nepal.



1. Short treks up to 6,000 ft:

Footwear: Hiking boots or shoes, can be lightweight but preferably with some ankle support. Training-type shoes. Flip-flops or river sandals for use around camp, bathing or washing.

Clothing: Light rain gear, preferably wind proof. Two light sweaters, T-shirts, Two cotton shirts, plus one warmer shirt, Shorts, culottes, trousers, jeans, skirts (For Ladies: modest shorts are acceptable in well trekked areas, but cotton skirts are good whilst trekking as of course are jeans or trousers if preferred).Two pairs normal underwear, can easily rinse through and dry on daily basis. Two pairs "sports" type socks with a bit of body to them plus thinner pair for camp use, again can wash through. Sun hat, Track suit, useful around the campsite. Sleeping gear, sarong or Pyjamas.

Accessories: Personal first aid kit (should be reasonably comprehensive)Repair kit (needle and thread, shoe repair, glue, small scissors etc) Swim suit, UmbrellaNote book, pens, pencils Camera, spare film, binoculars (optional but recommended)SunglassesReading material, playing cards, games Two small towelsToilet kit + toilet paper Normal torch/flashlight plus head torch & spare batteriesYour Favourite snacksSwiss army knife or equivalent. Although Amazing Adventures supply sleeping bags, you may bring your own if you prefer

2. Treks from 6,000 ft to 10,000 ft (3,000m)

Footwear: Selection of good footwear is critical, Hiking boots with good grip and ankle support, Trainer type shoes Flip-flops or river sandals for use around camp, bathing or washing.

Clothing: Wind and rain gear One set thermal underwear. Fibre pile, or ski type jacket Hats - sun hat, plus woolly balaclava. One light, plus one warm sweater Warm gloves/mittens. Two cotton shirts, plus two warmer shirts, Socks-plenty - trekking plus camp wear. Shorts, culottes, trousers, jeans, skirts, Track suit. Three pairs normal underwear and Sleeping gear.

Accessories: Personal first aid kit (should be reasonably comprehensive)Repair kit (needle and thread, shoe repair, glue, small scissors etc) Swiss army knife or equivalent.Toilet kit + toilet paper Swim suit, Two small towelsNote book, pens, pencils UmbrellaCamera, spare film, binoculars (optional but recommended), Sunglasses Normal torch/flashlight plus head torch & spare batteries Reading material, playing cards, games

3. Treks in excess of 10,000' (3000m) and winter treks (15th November to 15th February):

Footwear: As list 2 plus, Consider the need for a pair of heavier/warmer trek boots dependent on trek plus warm booties for in camp evening wear. Clothing: As list 2 plus Down jacket, down/fibre pile trousers or salopettes, extra sweater, warm trousers, over mittens. Accessories: As list 2 plus, Good anti-dazzle glasses or goggles with side attachments, High altitude food supplements

4. Climbing Treks:
Additional to list No. 2 and 3 above, much will depend on the route/mountain being climbed, and on the time of year. We will supply fixed and climbing ropes plus ice/snow stakes but even for the less technical routes for example on Mera or Island Peak clients must have: A. Double boots: Modern plastic outer with separate inner boot is recommended. B. Crampons and ice axe (these can be hired from Amazing Adventures on request).

C. Climbing harness.

B. For Wildlife Safari and Birding Tours: Your walking boots and evening shoes; light-weight long trousers and long-sleeved shirt for safaris; short sleeved shirt and shorts for daytime in between safaris; casual clothes for the evenings. Dull / neutral colors are recommended.

C. FOR RAFTING: A complete change of dry clothes is required at the campsite or for the return drive to Kathmandu. Bring extra trousers, several shirts, a light sweater and a second pair of shoes.

In Autumn(mid-September to mid-November) and spring (March to June), shorts and bathing suits, a shirt, sneakers or a pair of tennis shoes and light rain gear are needed. For early autumn and late spring, bring a long sleeved shirt and light trousers and light rain gear. For winter (mid-November to end-February), in addition, bring a thick sweater or a down pile jacket and Poncho. Bring clothes you don't mind getting wet.

A flashlight, headlamp, a hat, suntan lotion or cream, sunglasses, a swimming suit, and a pocket-knife are suggested.

We encourage you to bring cameras and binoculars but these must be carried at your own risk.

Please do not bring jewelers or other valuable items. Amazing Adventures endeavours to do everything possible to ensure the safety and care of it's clients and their belongings but cannot be held responsible for any loss of personal effects.


"Amazing Adventures and thier sister concerns act as intermediary between the concerned airlines, hotels, transport - operators and local tourist offices providing the services. Amazing Adventures is therefore not responsible for any loss, injury or damage sustained by the tourists including those occurring outside the touring programmes. additional expenses incurred due to delay, accidents, natural disaster, political actions and unrest must be borne by the tourists. Programme, prices, services and conditions are based on those valid at the time of printing and are therefore subject to change without advance notice before or during the tour. Participation in our tour implies the tourists agreement to the above conditions".

Payment Condition:

Full Payment must reach us at least 15 days prior to the arrival date. Payment should be made by Bank Telex transfer or Credit Cards. If payment is made by Bank Draft, it must be 'A/C Payees' or 'Non - Negotiable'. We will not be responsible if the bank draft is lost while in transit and encashed fraudulently by a third party. We do not accept company or personal Cheque.