On your trek you will be accompanied by a small and efficient trekking team, who will guide you, prepare the meals, and look after all the camping arrangements. We provide two-person tents with foam mattresses, eating utensils, dining & toilet tents. Everything is transported by pack animals: horses in the low lands and yaks at higher elevations. There are no teahouses or lodges along the trekking routes. There will be 3 to 4 ponies to carry the luggage.
What to pack:
Clothing: Due to the wide range of temperature and climatic conditions it is advisable to dress in layers. For protection against cold, layered clothing is better than one or two thick garments. Clothing should preferably be made from natural materials, which allow the body
You will be offending people if you walk around in skimpy or tight fitting clothes. Shorts are not welcomed and women are advised to wear below the knee skirts or fairly loose trousers. Do not wear sleeveless T shirts (singlet’s, vests) as outer garments. Dress modestly and respectfully for visits to monasteries, dzongs and other religious institutions. Hats, caps etc. should be removed before entering the premises.
Shoes: Bring comfortable sport shoes for light hikes & sightseeing; hiking boots for treks; semi formal shoes for dinners/appointments/functions.
Smoking: Smoking is prohibited in public places and cigarettes may not be bought or sold within the country. Visitors may bring in 200 cigarettes for their own use, on payment of import duty of 200%.
Regarding the amount, kindly refer the attached invoice for your kind information and do arrange to make the payment transfer before the actual deadline.
Hope these clarifies your query,